Non-academic collaboration

  • Telenor, primarily their research group in Trondheim (include a representative in the core team)
  • Uninett (include a representative in the core team)
  • Norwegian Communications Authority (??include a representative in the core team??)
  • Smart Grid Industry (producers, grid-operators, providers)
  • DNV GL (Jing Xie)

Research partners

QUAM Lab will establish tight research co-operations with a small (4-6) number of strong international research groups having similar research objectives and methodologies. The objectives and means of the co-operation are

  • Joint research projects, and as a part of this planning and application for such projects.
  • With respect to European partners, consortia formations and application of funding from COST and H2020 will be given priority.
  • International partners will be sought involved in applications for NFR funding.
    • Co-operation on education.
    • Exchange of PhD students, preferably as a part of joint projects.
    • Hosts on research leaves
    • If relevant, i.e., correspondence in study programmes, institutional exchange of MSc students.

Academic partners

The faculty at QUAM Lab have (had) or have planned research co-operation with the following research groups. A tighter research co-op with some of these will be sought established within three years.

  • Duke University – Pratt school of Engineering (Kishor Trivedi)
  • Department of Information Science and Telecommunications, University of Pittsburgh (David Tipper)
  • TU Munich – Munich Technical University (Prof. Kellerer / Carmen Mas Machuca)
  • University of Ghent (Piet Demeester / Mario Pickavet)
  • Budapest University of technology and economics (Gergely Biczók/….)
  • AGH University of Science and Technology (Piotr Cholda)
  • VTT Information technology (Ilkka Norros)
  • Dip. di Informatica Sistemi Produzione, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata” (Maurizio Naldi)
  • Hein Meling, University of Stavanger