Students at NMBU who will take master's assignments in the spring of 2022 will already start in February / March this year (2021) defining assignments and making agreements with the supervisor. Under the auspices of earthresQue SFI, user partners can be the client for master's theses and help define the content of these together with the supervisor (from NMBU) and the student.
The first earthresQue workshop was held on 13 and 14 January 2021. The purpose was to make the centre's partners better acquainted with each other, provide input to work plans, and define the various partners' forms of cooperation and contributions.
On Tuesday, December 15th 2020, a digital kick-off was held for earthresQue SFI. With several speakers and over 70 persons who have participated in the kick-off through Zoom earthresQue has got its official start with representatives from 33 project partners from private, public and municipal sector.
The earthresQue centre is a Centre for Research-based Innovation (SFI) funded by the Research Council of Norway. The centre will develop technologies and systems for sustainable handling and treatment of waste and surplus masses.