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Faculty of Technology, Art and Design (TKD)

The Faculty of Technology, Art and Design offers higher education and research and development within technical subjects, arts and design.


2023 (Database for Statistics on Higher Education)

Bachelor's programmes

plus courses for one year and six-months, exchange students and further education

Master's programmes
PhD programmes


Finally, a practical introductory book in quantum physics

Professor Sølve Selstø has written a practical textbook that provides an innovative approach to learning quantum physics, published by the prestigious Cambridge University Press.

Portrait of Sølve Selstø with the book in her hands. Crossroads in the background. Green trees and red brick building at the back.
NordSTAR presented keynote on AI Trustworthiness

NordSTAR, recently took centre stage at the BMW Research Group Machine Learning and Big Data event, where they delivered an insightful keynote presentation on the quantitative assessment of AI trustworthiness.

A young woman with a slightly puzzled expression points to a robotic arm controlled by artificial intelligence.
The design of streets and roads has a lot to say for public health

City planners, architects and geographers from OsloMet contribute to Skarnes becoming a more health-promoting settlement, which better includes families with children, the elderly and disabled citizens.

Outdoor area in the center of Skarnes. Benches in the foreground, and walkway to the left. Indress building, car park and residential building in the background. Snow on the ground, blue sky and sun.
Space Syntax has Come of Age: A comprehensive review of literature from 1976 to 2023

The annual scientific output has grown, has spread to many countries, and contains progress in both theory and applications. The field has become important in urban planning and urban design.

From Aker brygge in Oslo. It's sunny and people are out walking on the pavement. Buildings on the right and the quay on the left.
OsloMet launches a master's programme in mechanical engineering

OsloMet launches a Master of Science programme in mechanical engineering in 2024. The new master has a particular focus on sustainable technology.

Image of a hand touching equipment in the machine laboratory at OsloMe
OsloMet will use artificial intelligence to warn of extreme climate.

NordSTAR at OsloMet will work on Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods for forecasting and monitoring extreme climate events in the DHEFEUS project.

Image of dark and heavy clouds lying low over a mountain. Sun over forest and settlement below, but the clouds warn of a change in weather.
The quantum computers get their own lab

OsloMet has got a gathering place for everyone interested in quantum computer technology, its own lab.

Picture from the quantum lab, with one of the quantum computers on the left, posters presenting the research project on the wall, and a bookshelf and screen on the right. In the foreground a table with a laptop.