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SINTEF Fiskeri og havbruk (SINTEF F&H)

SINTEF is a multidisciplinary organisation that finds intelligent, profitable solutions for the public and private sectors' needs based on research and development in technology, the natural sciences, medicine and the social sciences. The SINTEF Group is structured into six strategic areas and is Scandinavia's largest independent research organisation. There are about 1800 employees of whom around 85% are R&D personnel.

SINTEF collaborates closely with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the University of Oslo (University of Oslo). Personnel from NTNU work on SINTEF projects, while SINTEF staff teaches at NTNU. The SINTEF-NTNU community involves the widespread joint use of laboratories and equipment. A similar program of cooperation is being developed with the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Oslo.


SINTEF Fiskeri og Havbruk AS (SINTEF FH) is one of the institutes in SINTEF. SFH is owned by SINTEF by 97% and is a part of the strategic area SINTEF Marine. The institute comprises five main research sections in the fields of Processing Technology, Fisheries Technology, Aqua­culture Technology, Marine Resource Technology and International Projects & Consulting. SFH possesses a wide range of expertise and know how in exploiting renewable marine resources. As we enter 2010 there are about 115 employees and the turnover in 2008 was NOK 117 million. SFH has participated in many European Framework Programs both in FP5, FP6 (e.g. ICOS, TASC, OMEX, BASIS, BALANCE) and FP7 (ATP).


Tasks attributed: Contributor to WP 3 and WP 4. Carry out environmental modeling to be in Fisheries economic models and oil effect models


Principal Investigator:

Dag Slagstad is a Chief Scientist with long experience in developing 3D coupled models of hydrodynamic-ice-marine ecology. The focus has especially been on Barents Sea region.