Research

HVL develops new knowledge that contributes to solving challenges in society in a sustainable perspective. The research activities take place in a regional, national and international research community, and students and partners are involved.

Areas of focus in our research

 

Research updates

  • Western Norway University of Applied Sciences plays a central role in the new hydrogen center in Western Norway. Through research and education, the academic community will contribute to a faster decarbonisation of society.

  • The two researchers Reza Arghandeh and Jacob Yde, from the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences (WNUAS) have received EEA grants for international collaborative research and innovation projects. Accordingly, they get access to their European partners’ vital expertise in mathematical modelling and climate research.

Research at the faculties