Symposium was held at Forskningsparken, in Oslo and attracted 140 participants from academia, authorities and industry. The main symposium took three days and was full of science and good discussions. Over 100 abstracts were presented during the symposium.
Several CERAD scientists, PhD and master students contributed with a total of 19 abstracts and chaired sessions. Tânia Gomes, Dajana Blagojevic, Leif C. Lindemann, Terje Christensen, Lindis Skipperud, Jorke Kamstra, You Song and many others, shared their research results during this event.
More information on NETS 2016 can be found here.