Norwegian roads are economically important routes for seafood. Because the product loses considerable value if delivered late, the reliable operation of these roads is important to the seafood industry.
Who can participate?
The challenge is open to students from a range of disciplines. All students from NTNU are eligible to apply.
Travel, accommodations and most meals are covered..
Participating students will work in teams to develop innovative solutions to improve the transportation of seafood on two critical routes. One is on Skjervøy, north of Tromsø, and the other on Frøya, west of Trondheim.
A substantial cash prize will be awarded to the winning design. The winning team may also receive funding to continue their work post the challenge.
The challenge will take place from June 13th-17th 2018, and will include site visits and dedicated work days.
Basic eligibility requirements:
- A student at NTNU
- Has skills, knowledge and/or has attended training relevant to transportation systems design operations or logistic
- Able to work in multi-national teams of 3 to 5 people
Interested students should send the following application material by May 3rd.
- A short resumé.
- A list of classes and other skills or training relevant to solving transportation challenges.
- A one page statement indicating why you would be a good choice as a participant in the design challenge.
The students that have been selected for the challenge will get notices by May 7th.
June 13th – Tromsø
Bus trip to Skjervøy
Site visit Lerøy Aurora
Huritgruten Skjervøy – Tromsø
June 14th – Tromsø
Workshop with Troms – Finnmark Fylkeskommune
Plane to Trondheim
June 15th – Trondheim
Bus trip to Hitra
Start working in groups – friday evening
June 16th – Trondhiem
June 17th – Trondheim
Presentation with prizes
The Seafood Industry Transportation Challenge
For any questions, please direct them to: firstname.lastname@example.org