team 2022
the board
The Board is responsible for managing the organization and the project. They work closely with the group leaders to ensure that development projects are feasible, progression is made and budgets are kept. In addition, the board is responsible for the development of the organization, HSE and all other aspects included in the management of an engineering firm.
Sigurd Werner-Torgersen
Project Manager
Anders Oust
Head of Production
Asbjørn Ringnes Verlo
Chief Mechanical Engineer
Håkon Liverud
Chief Electrical Engineer
Kaja Erfjord
Deputy Project Manager
Aida Refvik Angell
Head of Marketing & Finance
The Marketing group is responsible for sponsorship agreements and follow-up as well as marketing and public relations which involves our website and social media profiles. All digital and physical marketing material, including organizing and promoting events and admission periods is the responsibility of marketing. The group also handles the organization's social media and website. Additionally, the group is responsible for all video and photography and team blog. Marketing plans and carries out our yearly career fair, RevolveDagen, and the car's official unveiling.
Aida Refvik Angell
Head of Marketing & Finance
Ingerid Knutsdatter Risvik
Financial Accountant
Mia Li Elisenberg
Graphic Designer
Sindre Nygaard Engen
Key Account Manager
Sivaranjith Sivarasa
Web Developer
Vårild H. Imbjørg Engmark Øyulvstad
Event Manager
Trond He
Social Media Manager
embedded electronics
Embedded Electronics is one of the largest groups in Revolve NTNU and are responsible for all the low-voltage electronics in the vehicle. After one year in this group, you will understand the process of creating a circuit board, from concept and design to prototyping and production.
Niklas Strømsnes
Group Leader Embedded Electronics
Camilla Greve Hartviksen
Inverter Software
Henrik Gustavson Grytten
BMS, SOC & SOH estimation
Jostein Brovold
William Karl Moriggi
Dashbord, PU & Lidar
Njål Rundereim
Safety Systems
power systems
Power Systems is the high-voltage group of revolve NTNU. It is also where the electrical systems meet the mechanical world. After one year in this group, you will have hands-on experience with Solidworks CAD, high-voltage batteries, a variety of cooling solutions, or wire harness manufacturing.
Elias Helle Kalland
Group Leader Power Systems
Caleb Wilson Sy
Accumulator CAD
Endre Stedje
Motor Validation CAD & Production
Joakim Saugen
Accumulator Responsible
Maria Schubring
Tom-Are Eidal
Wire Harness CAD
For the Aerodynamics team, the primary focus is on maximizing vehicle performance through precise manipulation of airflow. This involves the creation of an optimized wing package that enhances grip, hereby increasing the cornering abilities, by generating increased downforce.To achieve this, the wing package is methodically developed using a combination of iterative 3D modeling in CAD (Computer Aided Design), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations for accurate airflow analysis, and validation of simulation results. The team also creates the design of robust fastening mechanisms capable of withstanding aerodynamic forces. These fasteners are crafted using CAD software and the Finite Element Method (FEM). The wing elements and fasteners are produced using advanced carbon fiber resin casts, and different production methods to create aluminium components.
Børge Nyland
Group Leader Aerodynamics
Aksel Kvamme Aase
Aerodynamic Design
Henrik Standnes Grønlund
Composite Production Responsible
Herman Fjellestad
Aerodynamic Design
Inge Slagsvold Eliassen
Fasteners & Fibersim
Kris Michael Avellana Gabriel
Aerodynamic Design
The Chassis group plans, designs and produces the complete chassis of the car. The main structure is made out of carbon fiber and the group is responsible for integrating all other systems that are either to be inserted, or attached to the monocoque. Because of this, the group must have a good overview of all other systems of the car while also making sure the chassis reaches the requirements needed in order to create the fastest car. Weight, stiffness and safety are only some of the parameters the group must take into consideration while producing the monocoque.
Christina Austestad Hardeland
Group Leader Chassis & Production
Adithya Arun
Structural Equivalency Spreadsheet
Hemund Ulvar Engmark Øyulvstad
Chassis Design
Martin Johannes Bechmann-Hansen
Simulation & Impact Attenuator
suspension & drivetrain
The Suspension & Drivetrain group is responsible for all parts connecting the racecar to the road. Everything that happens after the electric motors have started turning is purely mechanical, and a well tuned suspension system can be the difference between winning a race or spinning out due to loss of grip. The system is based around our in-wheel design, where the motors are packed in the rim-center of each wheel, connected through the upright to the structural suspension. This keeps the chassis above ground, and directs driving forces to the in-board suspension translating heave and roll motion to get the best possible grip to the tarmac. Building the suspension system requires a lot of fine tuning to get optimal traction, stability and driving dynamics.
Carl Oscar Olson Rokkones
Group Leader Suspension & Powertrain
Audun Olsen
Vehicle Dynamics Mechanical
Henrik Døsvik
Brake System
Marius Dørmenen
Motor & Gearbox
Ola Flåskjer
Petter Vang
Structural Suspension Inboard
Sondre Audal
Structural Suspension Outboard
driver interface
The group's main responsibility is to be the joint between the driver and the car. The systems under this group is all Ergonomics, Steering system, Pedal box and steering system. Every system is acted on by the driver, and the feedback given to the driver is crucial for performance. The ergonomics create the seat, steering wheel and dashboard, While steering system creates the mechanical parts that translate rotation to lateral movement. The pedal box makes sure that the acceleration and deceleration input is smooth, responsive and reasonable.
Simen Tufte
Group Leader Driver Interface
Cedrick Syvertsen
Eirik Olsen Tjøstheim
Steering System
Gjermund Østgård Pedersen
control systems
The Control Systems group is all about race performance. Using advanced estimation- and control theory, we enhance the traction, handling and stability of the car and develop systems to assist the driver. We develop multiple driving modes with very different characteristics to make the car behave optimally, whether in a tight corner or a straight line. To aid development it does modelling and simulation, where we aim to build an accurate digital representation of our car. Through simulations, we are able to see the effects of different car parameters and setups, helping us make good design choices without physical testing.
Eskil Aaning Mogstad
Group Leader Control Systems
Adam Pawel Kosinski
Torque vectoring
Andreas William Rodahl
Torque Vectoring
Marius Von Hafenbrädl
Adaptive Dampers
Viljar Femoen
Modelling & Simulation
data engineering
The Data Engineering group is responsible for designing and developing cutting-edge analysis software, which is used to analyse the vehicles performance to create even better solutions! They design solutions for storage, analysis and visualisation such that Revolve NTNU can use sensor data to design better race cars! In addition the group has newly developed a system for keeping track of time and events when we are out testing. This ensures that we can analyse how well we use our time, increase our productivity, and filter out the flaws experienced during testing. For the coming year, the group is planning to develop a new and improved live telemetry- and monitoring platform for on-site analysis. This will decrease the downtime debugging the car, and make the sensor data easily accessible for further analysis.
Inge Grelland
Software Engineer
Juni Sæther Skarpaas
Software Engineer
autonomous systems
The Autonomous Systems (AS) group ensures the car can drive on its own, without a driver. An intelligent autonomous race car must be able to map and perceive its surroundings to navigate unknown territories using LiDAR, SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) and path planning. The group develops the logic that works as the car's eyes, ears and brain, making it able to understand its environment. In other words, the group converts sensor input to meaningful information about the vehicle and its environment. In addition to this, the group is responsible for the car’s autonomous control system. This is the system that enables the car to act on the sensor input, making it able to drive from A to B.
Gina Sofie Fasseland
Group Leader Autonomous Systems
Aksel Næstby
Autonomous Control Engineer
Brage Imset
Autonomous Systems Engineer
Haakon Haaland Paaske
Autonomous Systems Engineer
Lars Breirem
Autonomous Systems Engineer
The Board is responsible for managing the organization and the project. They work closely with the group leaders to ensure that development projects are feasible, progression is made and budgets are kept. In addition, the board is responsible for the development of the organization, HSE and all other aspects included in the management of an engineering firm.
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