The team

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.

Ingerid Knutsdatter Risvik

Project Manager

Aurora Vinslid

Deputy Project Manager

Emil André Olsen

Head of Marketing

Gina Sofie Fasseland

Chief Software Engineer

Njål Rundereim

Chief Electrical Engineer

Olav Narjord

Head of Production

Simen Tufte

Chief Mechanical Engineer


Marketing is responsible for sponsorship agreements and follow-up as well as marketing and public relations which involves our website and social media profiles. The group plans and carries out our yearly career fair, RevolveDagen, and the official unveiling of the car. At the competition the marketing group is responsible for the Business Plan Presentation.

Emil André Olsen

Head of Marketing

Eivind Due-Tønnessen

Video- & Photographer

Gaute Ratvik

Key Account Manager

Joachim Kjeldsen Haug

Event Manager

Mia Li Elisenberg

Graphic Designer & Web Developer

Thea Skranefjell Martens

Social Media Manager

Embedded Electronics

Embedded Electronics is responsible for all low voltage systems on the car, including the accumulator management system, dashboard, damper control unit, inverter & motor controller, safety systems, sensors and vehicle control unit. This includes PCB design and software development. Embedded Electronics also makes sure that data from the car gets transferred wirelessly.

Magnus Thurmann

Group Leader Embedded Electronics

Calle Nexmark


Eirik Mathias Silnes

AMS Secondary

Emilie Dolonen Jensen

Safety Systems

Jonas Hole


Marius Alexandre Olivier

AMS Primary

Reidar Nerheim

Sensor Systems

William Moriggi

Inverter Development

Power Systems

Power Systems is responsible for providing reliable high voltage and current from our in-house designed battery pack to the motors in the most efficient way possible. Employing safe monitoring tools and ensuring that any failure in the electrical system will not harm the driver or crew are important tasks. The group will also work to reduce the effect of Electromagnetic Interferences on the car’s systems. They also develop a water based cooling system for the electric motor and inverter, and an air based cooling system for the accumulator, designed to allow all the components to run at optimal temperatures.

Joakim Saugen


Erlend Erdal

Wire Harness

Sivert Musum

Accumulator Responsible

Uros Piljevic

Inverter & PCB Casings CAD

William Gundersen

Accumulator CAD


Aerodynamics is interested in the flow of air around the car, the shape of the car parts and making the air flow smoothly to optimize the conditions during a race. Through CFD analysis, they are developing an effective and lightweight aerodynamic package, using high-lift wings, the underbody, as well as the car itself, to create downforce.

Martin Jensen

Group Leader Aerodynamics

David Velasquez

Aerodynamic Design

Haakon Strand

Simulation & Validation

Isak Krilic

Composite Production

Ole Bromseth

Aerodynamic Design

Peter Tufte

Fasterners & Fibersim

Tobias Binder

Aerodynamic Design


Chassis is responsible for designing and building the monocoque, a self supporting bodywork made out of carbon fibre. They will integrate the driver environment and the parts of every other group into the car, while maintaining the safety of its components and the driver.

Vedin Engmark Øyulvstad

Group Leader Chassis

Hans Victor Lidsheim Abrahamsen

Monocoque CAD & IA

Magnus Husby

SES & Simulation

Torbjørn Aaberge Nes

Inserts Fibersim

Suspension & Drivetrain

Suspension & Powertrain is responsible for the dynamics of the car and the mechanical aspect of the tractive system. These systems include the wheel assembly, suspension and brakes, and an in-house developed planetary gearbox. The main objective of the suspension is to make the tires maintain grip in every situation, and provide efficient power output from the motors. Our focus is to make a car with good handling characteristics and consistent feedback to the driver.

Simon Djønne Lund

Group Leader Suspension & Drivetrain

Audun Olsen

Vehicle Dynamics

Endre Stedje

Upright & Hub

Hemund Ulvar Engmark Øyulvstad


Marius Johannessen


Martin Johannes Bechmann-Hansen

Suspension Outboard

Tobias Tvete

Suspension Inboard

Driver Interface

Driver Interface is responsible for making the car able to steer and brake manually and autonomously, and be comfortable for the driver. This results in driver oriented design as well as designing for actuators in mind. The group works hard together in order to optimize the mechanical systems feedback and taking great care in the details that separates good feedback from noise for the driver.

Eirik Tjøstheim

Steering System

Herman Fjellestad

Pedalbox & EBS

Inge Slagsvold Eliassen

Brake System

Lasse Sætre


Control Systems

Control systems is the group responsible for the dynamic behaviour of the car. They ensure that all available grip is used to accelerate the car through the racetrack.

Andreas Rodahl

Group Leader Control Systems

Emil Jensen

Torque Vectoring

Eskil Aaning Mogstad


Jonas K Guttormsen

Modelling & Simulation

Markus Jørgensen

Modelling & Simulation

Data Engineering

To be able to fine-tune the car's performance, monitor the critical systems and analyze telemetry data from our cars, Software has developed Revolve's own analysis tool, Revolve Analyze.

Analyze is extremely important for monitoring the car's state while driving, as well as analyzing data from previously recorded runs. The team uses Analyze to improve the design of the car's components, and finding the optimal configuration for systems like KERS and Launch Control, to make the car go as fast as possible on the track.

Rémi Dujardin

Group Leader Data Engineering

Brian Johnstad

Data Engineer

Daniel Bjørge

Data Engineer

Mathias Presthagen

Data Engineer

Autonomous Systems

An intelligent autonomous race car must be able to map and perceive its surroundings in order to navigate unknown territories at higher speeds. Autonomous Systems combines live sensor input from lidar detection and state estimation to solve the driving problem using algorithms such as SLAM, particle filters, speed profiles and MPC.

The algorithms are extensive, and Autonomous Systems is responsible for developing the logic that sees, interprets and acts on the world around the vehicle. In simpler terms, they are the eyes, ears and brain of the car, facilitating its driverless operation.

Eline Håve

Group Leader Autonomous Systems

Joachim Fredheim

Autonomous Systems Engineer

Peder Tinholt Kristensen

Autonomous Systems Engineer

Richard Tøndel

Autonomous Systems Engineer

Tilde Veie

Autonomous Systems Engineer