From 12 June to 28 July, interns at AKVA group's Digital team, based in the Trondheim office, have been working on up-and-coming and relevant products combining several fields of technology.
Meet our six talented students:
Håkon has just completed a Civil Engineer degree in Aquaculture at the University of Bergen. He has a passion for the sea, loves fishing and his goal is to find new ways to utilize the ocean's rich resources in an even more sustainable way.
Mina has just graduated as a Civil Engineer in Cybernetics and Robotics from NTNU. She likes to exercise, the outdoors, knit, friends, and not least technical things. This summer she is enjoying learning more about future food production.
Vegard is a 23-year-old computer technology student from Trondheim studying in Stavanger. He is interested in programming and cloud technology. In his free time, he likes to spend time with friends and climb.
Thomas is taking a Master's in Cybernetics and Robotics at NTNU, where he specializes in the use of computer vision and machine learning for use in the aquaculture industry. In the autumn, he will start a master's thesis on the use of AI to automatically analyze shell loss in fish. His dream is to contribute to the aquaculture industry by developing new sustainable technologies. In his free time, Thomas likes to spend time in nature and play frisbee golf.
Kamilla will start her fifth year at the Civil Engineering in Physics and Mathematics in Trondheim, where she specializes in biophysical systems. She thought this summer has been very educational and has gained many new experiences within the industry. She also likes being with friends, knitting and playing football.
Mathias is in the final year of a master's in Industrial Design, with a specialization in interaction design at NTNU in Trondheim. He is very interested in food, football and music. Working with fish all summer, Mathias has developed a deep appreciation for seafood, which has led to having plenty of fish for dinner (a healthy choice, no doubt).
The future looks bright, let`s make aquaculture more sustainable.