Team 2022

Team 2022

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Team 2022 consists of 5 main groups with different areas of expertise; Mechanical, Electrical, Software, Marketing and The Board. The team is put together of 53 students from different fields of study across all years, including Cybernetics and Robotics, Electronics, Marine Technology and Mechanical Engineering.

Together, these students are improving the AUV from last year, Beluga, making it ready to compete in RoboSub 2022. In addition, they are building an ASV.

The Board

The Board is responsible for coordinating the project and securing a sustainable development of the organization. Their involvement ensures close cooperation between the respective group leaders, and the team’s overall progression, budget and wellbeing.

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Børge Pahlm

Project Manager

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Jonas Fillan

Technical Lead - Hardware

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Andreas Skagen

Deputy Lead/CFO

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Silje Greidung

Marketing Lead

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Christopher Strøm

Technical Lead - Software

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Phong Vuoc Tran

Human Resources Lead

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Silje Greidung

Marketing Group Leader

Marketing

The marketing group is responsible for promoting Vortex NTNU, both on campus and through different channels online. Their main goal is to increase the interest in the organization among students and businesses. They are also responsible for the website and working towards sponsors.

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Martin Pham

Web Developer

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Ellen Iren Johnsen

Writer

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Andreas Jørgensen

So-Me

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Trygve Brendehaug

Photographer

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Ulrik Rørnes

Designer

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Ingrid Flatland

Graphic designer

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Truls Munch-Ellingsen

Mechanical Group Leader

Mechanical

The mechanical group's main responsibilities include 3D modeling in CAD, and developing the AUV's and ASV's physical parts. In addition, they also work on replicating equipment and parts which are used in the RoboSub competition so that the AUV's abilities can be tested. Essentially, they combine fluid statics with bright solutions to develop a stable and safe vehicle which will perform to the best of its abilities.

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Trygve Lægran

Mechanical member - ASV

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Håvard Nilsen

Mechanical member - AUV

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Jakob Kleinau

Mechanical member - ASV

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Sebastian Sudmann

Mechanical member - AUV

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Kenas Kutter

Mechanical member - ASV

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Truls Bakke Eftedal

Mechanical member - ASV/AUV

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Tina Harildstad

Electronics Group Leader

Electronics

The electronics group is responsible for all the electronics on the AUV and the ASV, and thereby they work with PCB and circuit design, in addition to choosing the electronical components needed for the vehicles to function as desired. They are also in charge for developing a well-working power supply solution. Last but not least, they also work with signal processing and acoustics.

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Olav Nymoen Posti

Acoustics - AUV

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Benjamin R. Andersen

Thruster System - ASV

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Hege Øverlie

Battery Pack

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Christian L. Knudsen

El House System - AUV

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Andreas Just

Communication - ASV

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Sander L. Nygård

PDB - AUV

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Jørgen By Trøen

PDB - ASV

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Benjaminas Visockis

Perception Lead

Software - Perception

The software group is responsible for the sensory vision and understanding of the AUV, and ensuring that the AUV performs the right tasks at the right time.  

Tasks involves taking input from various sensors placed on the drone, and using machine learning and state estimation to generate inputs to autonomously control the drone.

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Ivan Gushkov

Perception

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Simon Edward Volden

Perception

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Rohit D. Regunathan

Perception

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Jana Langholz

Perception

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Erik Rowe

Perception

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Kristian Sem

Perception

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Henrik Hammarstrøm

Perception

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Tarek El-Agroudi

Autonomous Lead

Software - Autonomous systems

The software group is responsible for the sensory vision and understanding of the AUV, and ensuring that the AUV performs the right tasks at the right time. 

Tasks involves taking input from various sensors placed on the drone, and using machine learning and state estimation to generate inputs to autonomously control the drone.

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Torben Falleth Olsen

Autonomous

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Viktor Naas

Autonomous

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Finn Gross Maurer

Autonomous

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Christiane Bøckman

Autonomous

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Ronja Kræmer

Autonomous

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Nicholas Bresina

Embedded Lead

Software - Embedded systems

The software group is responsible for the sensory vision and understanding of the AUV, and ensuring that the AUV performs the right tasks at the right time. 

Tasks involves taking input from various sensors placed on the drone, and using machine learning and state estimation to generate inputs to autonomously control the drone.

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Ingar Eik Høivik

Embedded

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Hannah Laugaland

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Mattias Formo

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Christian Le

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