Øivind Wilhelmsen

Professor at the Department of Chemistry at NTNU, PI of PoreLab Center of Excellence, Senior Research scientist at SINTEF Energy Research

Email: Oivind.wilhelmsen@ntnu.no

Phone: +47 97 15 22 39

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Welcome to my research group

I am a Professor at the Department of Chemistry at NTNU and responsible for the Thermodynamics group. I am also one of the PIs of the Norwegian Centre of Excellence for research on porous media, Porelab, and work part time as a senior research scientist at SINTEF Energy Research.

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Our research group has a broad portfolio of activities within equilibrium and non-equilibrium thermodynamics. We combine experiments, theory and molecular simulations to address a variety of scientific and industrially relevant challenges, where sustainability and development of fundamental knowledge is important. Our lines of research are:

Latest news

We welcome Jonas to the group

We are very happy that Jonas Bueie has joined the group. He will do his PhD in the ERC project, Interlab, and will work to unravel the fundamental mechanism behind transfer of heat and mass across the vapor-liquid interface. He has now ...
We welcome Jonas to the group

New article on thermodynamically consistent modelling of flow in porous media

A new article has been published in the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, entitled Thermodynamically consistent modeling of gas flow and adsorption in porous media. This is a work who my colleague Magnus Aa. Gjennestad and me have been working ...
New article on thermodynamically consistent modelling of flow in porous media

New article on electrodialysis for antisolvent recovery

A new article has been published in the Chemical Engineering Journal, entitled Electrodialysis for efficient antisolvent recovery in precipitation of critical metals and lithium-ion battery recycling. The main person behind the article is PhD-candidate Simon B. B. Solberg, who has just delivered ...
New article on electrodialysis for antisolvent recovery