New partners in sensors and geothermal
Associate Professor Mona Mihailescu from University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania visited CMR. She is also due to visit Iceland where her other partner in green energy is situated.
Stian Anfinsen, Head of renewable at CMR together with Associate Professor Mona Mihailescu from University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania. Photocop. Gunn Janne Myrseth, CMR
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest is the largest and the oldest technical university in the country and among the most prestigious universities in Romania. Today, the POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest is undergoing a continuous modernization process, being involved in a permanent dialogue with great universities in Europe and all over the world. They now want to cooperate with CMR on projects regarding sensors in general and specifically, geothermal applications.
Mihailescu is Associate Professor at the “Faculty of Applied Science, Holographic Processing and Imaging Laboratory, and Integrated Optoelectronic Laboratory, and Faculty of Power Engineering, Hydraulic Laboratory”. Her university, the POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest (UPB), is leading a preproject financed through an EEA Grant with the title “Combined optical and acoustic methods to monitor the equipments and the environmental conditions in renewable power plants (geothermal, hydro, wind)”. We will join this project.
Photos below shows CMR scientist Peter James Thomas, expert in optical sensors, and CMR scientist Kirsti Midttømme together with Mona Mihailescu and CMR scientist Ranveig Nygaard Bjørk.