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Implementation of large-screen display for Loviisa NPP
IFE is currently engaged by Fortum Nuclear Services to implement a large-screen display for Loviisa nuclear power plant in Finland. IFE's process visualisation tool, ProcSee, will be used to implement the display, which will be installed at Fortum's R&D simulator in Espoo for evaluation. Provided a successful evaluation, the display may be installed in Loviisa training simulator and control room.
SWBus 4.6 released
SWBus 4.6 was released 21. May 2007
ProcSee 3.5 released
ProcSee version 3.5 was released 28. June 2007.
SWBus 4.5 released
SWBus version 4.5 was released 21. December 2006
ProcSee 3.4 released
ProcSee version 3.4 was released 21. December 2006.
ProcSee 3.3.1 released
Version 3.3.1 is a minor upgrade from 3.3 and is available on the Microsoft Windows platform only. Unix and Linux users should continue with version 3.3.
ProcSee 3.3 released
Version 3.3, the first version using the name ProcSee, was released 30. January 2006.
Picasso changes name to ProcSee
From October 2005, IFE’s software tool for developing and displaying dynamic graphical user interfaces changes name from Picasso to ProcSee.
OPC plugin for Picasso
OPC is an established industry standard for automation and process control applications on the Microsoft Windows platform. During the first half of 2005 we have added features to Picasso to better support accessing data from OPC servers. Below is a brief description of the new functionality and a simple way to download a beta version with the new features available.
Summary of the RCN evaluation of the Halden Reactor Project (Harg)
Implementing a decision by Parliament, the Norwegian Government, via the Ministry of Trade and Industry, asked the Research Council of Norway (RCN) to perform an evaluation of the OECD Halden Reactor Project (HRP), including the bilateral activity performed by IFE/Halden, according to a specified mandate.

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IFE seeks PhD Candidate within silane decomposition reactor technology
The Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) is an independent international research foundation based in Kjeller near Oslo. IFE is at the forefront of several research fields within energy research, environmental and nuclear technology, and develops new technological solutions for industry and the public sector in more than 30 countries. IFE has about 600 employees and an annual turnover of about NOK 850 Million.