The challenge was to locate bottlenecks caused by heavy rain and reduce spilling of untreated water to the Oslo Fjord.
Department of Mechanical, Electronic and Chemical Engineering offers bachelor's and master's studies in engineering, and has research and development activities.
2020 (Database for Statistics on Higher Education)
FTEs in 2020 (Database for Statistics on Higher Education)
in engineering, and a complementary engineering and technology education
in Applied Computer and Information Technology
Pilestredet 35 (P35) in Oslo.
The Department of Mechanical, Electronics and Chemical Engineering at the Faculty of Technology, Art and Design collaborates with external parties to make its study programmes and R&D activities relevant to business and industry.
The department's external collaboration largely consists of extensive collaboration with enterprises and public agencies on bachelor's and master's theses.
The theses take realistic challenges in the field as their point of departure, and the work is organised such as to allow students to use knowledge and skills gained from their studies.
The university provides academic supervision and attends to the academic aspect of the work.
Students establish contact with the labour market and gain job opportunities, and the thesis work improves the relevance of the study programmes.
In addition, relevance seminars are held where businesses and public agencies provide input regarding how the study programmes can be made more relevant in relation to the labour market.