Recruiting

We have scientists from more than 34 countries, we participate in big, international projects and 40% of our incomes are generated from international clients. IFE has a good working environment and competitive salaries. We focus on competence development and health, environment and safety.

Institute for Energy Technology (IFE) is an independent international research foundation located in Norway at Kjeller and in Halden. IFE is in the forefront of several fields within international energy research, safety, environmental-, petroleum- and nuclear technology.  IFE develops new technological solutions for industry and public sector in more than 30 countries. IFE has a comprehensive activity in the field of nuclear medicine and the development of new radiopharmaceuticals. IFE is the host of the International OECD Halden Reactor Project. The number of employees is about 600 and the annual turnover is about NOK 1 billion.

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Open Positions

Fagansvarlig Radavfall

Deadline: As soon as possible Location: Kjeller

Prosjektledere i Sektor Atomavfall

Deadline: As soon as possible Location: Kjeller

Avdelingsleder Radavfall

Deadline: As soon as possible Location: Kjeller

Scientist/Senior Scientist - silane pyrolysis reactor technology

Deadline: 2017-06-15 Location: Kjeller

Masters Theses

Master thesis. Solar cells and silicon production

Master thesis. Environmental Technology

MSc projects are available in the fields of environmental technology, geothermal energy and CO2 capture and storage. Projects 1-4 are relevant for students in chemistry, chemical engineering, geochemistry, industrial engineering, process engineering, physics or materials science. Projects 5-8 are relevant for students with a background in physics, geology, mathematics, mathematical earth sciences, numerical simulation, computation or mechanics.

Master thesis. Physics