PhD courses

 

The courses in this portfolio will be offered on compact form, which implies that lectures and practical training will be scheduled so as to facilitate attendance by PhD candidates from all the partner institutions. A possible arrangement is that lectures are concentrated in two series of one week duration each. Students traveling from other institutions to attend courses may apply for financial support to cover travel and lodging. The courses only run if a sufficiently large number of students sign up for it.

The network can also contribute financially to the development of new courses on compact form within nanotechnology for microsystems. Contact us for further information.

Our compact course portfolio at present:

Course

Host

Next

FE8126 Low-Voltage/Low-Power Analog CMOS

NTNU

Fall 2017

FE8135 Nanostructuring

NTNU/UoB

Spring 2018

MN-ACT9000 Acoustic Transducers

USN

Fall 2017

MN-BIO9000 BIOMEMS Extended

USN

Fall 2017

MN-ENE9005 Energy Harvesting

USN

 Info later

MENA 9510 Advanced Characterization Methods

UoO

Fall 2017

FYS 9230 Modelling and design of micro- and nanosystems

UoO

Fall 2017

 

 

 

Information about travel support

Courses Fall   2013

Courses Spring 2014

Courses Fall 2014

Courses Spring 2015

Courses Fall 2015

Courses Spring 2016

Courses Fall 2016

Courses Spring 2017

 

IMPORTANT!

Forms to fill out for visiting students

Course at NTNU?

PhD-candidates at University of Bergen, University College of Southeast Norway, or University of Oslo who plan to take any of the courses given at NTNU need to fill out the registration form for external candidates. You also need to submit confirmation that you have been accepted as a PhD student at your home institution. More information about research courses for external candidates available on NTNUs web pages.

The deadline for visiting student applications at NTNU is 15 September for the fall semester and 15 February for the spring semester. The same deadlines also apply for registrations to courses. If it’s past the deadline, contact the course teacher to check out the possibilities to follow the course anyway.

Course at University of Oslo (UoO)?

PhD-candidates from NTNU, University of Bergen, or University College of Southeast Norway who plan to take any courses given at University of Oslo needs to fill out this application for acceptance at UoO (PDF). The deadline is 1. August for the fall semester. For the spring semester the deadline is 12. January. You also need to submit confirmation that you have been accepted as a PhD student at your home institution. For more information about a doctoral degree from UoO, check these pages.

Registration deadline for courses at UoO is 1 September for the fall semester and 1 February for the spring semester. If it’s past the deadline, contact the course teacher to check out the possibilities to follow the course anyway.

Course at University College of Southeast Norway (USN)?

PhD-candidates from NTNU, University of Oslo, or University of Bergen who plan to take any courses given at University College of Southeast Norway need to fill out the form for external applicants on USN’s website. You also need to submit a confirmation that you have been accepted as a PhD student at your home institution. More information is available here.

Send the form to Kristin Granerød at USN by e-mail or regular mail:
Att.: Kristin Granerød.
Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge,
Fakultet for teknologi og maritime fag,
Postboks 2243,
3103 Tønsberg,

 

 

PhD level courses within the field of nanotechnology and microsystems available at NTNU, University of Oslo, and University College of Southeast Norway (USN) (not on compact form), can be found on the following webpages:

NTNU:

General website for PhD courses at NTNU 

PhD programme in Electronics and Telecommunication

PhD programme in Physics

 

University of Oslo:

General website for courses at Department of Physics at UoO

General website for courses at Department of Informatics at UoO

 

University College of Southeast Norway (USN):

Academic programmes at USN

PhD programme in Applied Micro- and Nanosystems