The global competence and first-class laboratory facility at NTNU have enabled this ground-breaking second-generation membrane technology.
20 years of research and development by Professor Liyuan Deng and her team at the most advanced technology center for carbon capture has resulted in this unique patent.
The technology can meet the global demand for small to medium scale carbon capture, often within a constrained space, including low concentration of CO2.
Prof. Liyuan Deng
Leader of the Membrane research team in Chemical Engineering Department at NTNU.
More than 20 years of research into novel and highly efficient membrane gas separation processes
Dr. Arne Lindbråthen
Experienced researcher at NTNU with expertise in chemical engineering and gas separation membranes.
Previously part of a startup and tech commercialization projects with industry and NTNU
The membrane technology has been developed by NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) over the last 15 years.
NTNU is Norway’s leading technology university with an international focus.
The university, which has it’s headquartered in Trondheim, 5,000 scientific employees in strong professional environments.