Karoline Halvorsen

Project Manager

The Board

The board is responsible for managing the organization and the project. The board works 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.

Helge Bergo

Deputy Project Manager & Head of Finance

Toralf Frich

Chief Driverless Engineer

Erik Brettingen Johansen

Marketing Manager

Eirik Bodsberg

Chief Mechanical Engineer

Odin Aleksander Severinsen

Chief Electrical Engineer

Erik Brettingen Johansen

Marketing Manager


The marketing group is responsible for sponsorship agreements and follow-up, marketing and public relations as well as our web site and social media profiles. The group plans and carries out our yearly career day, RevolveDagen, and the official unveiling of the car. At the competition the marketing group is responsible for the business presentation.

Ola Kirkerud

Key Account Manager

Sebastian Veum

Key Account Manager

Mohammad Rafi Khajeh

Web Developer & Event Manager

Martin Berger

Graphic Design

Øyvind Ingebrigtsen

Film & Communications

Lars van der Lee

Software Group Leader


Revolve Analyze is our in-house developed software used to analyze data acquired from the car’s sensors. It receives real time telemetry data during test drives as well as racing, and is essential for continuously improving the car and drivers throughout the season.

Karl Petter Aubert

Software Engineer

Jørgen Fagervik

Software Engineer

Thomas Blaalid

Software Engineer

Emil Andersen

Software Engineer

Ask Sommervoll

Software Engineer


Colin MacDonald

Accumulator & Housing Group Leader

Accumulator & Housing

The Accumulator and Housing group 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 the crew is essential challenges. The group will also work to reduce the effect of EMI on the car’s systems.

Henrique Lemos


André Kristo

Inverter Casing

Kristian Moe

Battery Casing & CAD

Shubham Sethi

Wire Harness

Viktor Korsnes

Embedded Electronics Group Leader

Embedded Electronics

This group is responsible for all low voltage systems on the car, such as the driver interface, safety systems, wire harness, sensors and data acquisition. In addition, the Electronics group work closely with the Software group to transmit telemetry data wirelessly to their in-house developed software Revolve Analyze.

Nikolai Nymo

Vehicle Control Unit

Åsmund Eek

Bootloader, CAN & AMS Software

Håkon Skeie


Hermann Sundklakk


Kolbjørn Austreng

Sensors & Telemetry

Jan Ottar Olsen

Battery Management Systems

Eskil Mogstad

Dashboard and Data Acquisition

Jostein Brovold

Safety Systems

Christian Holmvik

Autonomous Control Unit

Vegard Slettahjell Skjefstad

Aerodynamics Group Leader


The aerodynamics group is responsible for external and internal flow of the car. 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. 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.

Jens Mildestveit


Asier Beascoechea


Magnus Fiksdahl

Fasteners & Production

Ole Martin Gjerde


Christian Trandem

Monocoque Group Leader


The monocoque group is responsible building and designing 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.

Anders Oust

Impact Attenuator

Simen Ekornåsvåg

SES & Simulation

Tom Lowder


Daniel Steinsland


Roberts Racko

Drivers Environment

Martin Palm

Suspension & Drivetrain Group Leader

Suspension & Drivetrain

The Suspension group is responsible for the dynamics of the car, and the mechanical aspect of the tractive system. These systems include the wheel assembly, steering system and brakes, and an in-house developed planetary gearbox, The main objective of the suspension is to make the tires maintain grip during all driving situations, 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.

Mathias Lien

Gear & Motor

Vemund Vestreng

Steering System

Mats Erik Haugan

Rims & Test

Truls Mentzoni Skoglund

Upright & Caliper

Kristoffer Haugland


Kristoffer Weaver


Max Kruse

Steering System DV

Petter Grønlie

Brake System DV


Martin Sandberg

Perception & Navigation Group Leader

Perception & Navigation

An intelligent autonomous race car must be able to map and perceive it’s surroundings in order to navigate through unknown territories in higher speeds. Perception & Navigation combines sensor data from LiDAR detection and camera images to solve algorithms such as SLAM, Visual Odometry, Dynamic Track Finding and MPCC.

As the algorithms are extensive, we are responsible for developing a processing unit in which the systems can run reliably on. In simple terms, we are the eyes and brain of the driverless car which facilitates the car to perform optimal actions.

Isak Hammer

Track Finder

Morgan Heggland

Detection Specialist

Anna Hermansen

Detection Specialist

Jacob Dahl

Sensor & Processing

Adrian Skibelid

SLAM & Visual Odometry

Petter Moen

Image Detection & Sensor Fusion

Marius Hamre Nordrik

Vehicle Dynamics & Control System Group Leader

Vehicle Dynamics & Control Systems

Vehicle Dynamics & Control system is the group responsible for the dynamic behaviour of the car and the control systems used for optimal control of the vehicle.
We ensure that all available grip is used to accelerate the car throught the racetrack.

Jacob Vigerust

Adaptive Dampers

Bo Willem Woelfert

Vehicle Dynamics

Amund Fjøsne

Adaptive dampers

Tom Daniel Grande

Torque Vectoring

Christine Borg

Torque Vectoring

Jens Joberg

Modeling & State Estimation

Marcus Engebretsen

Path Planning & Control Systems


You can have the best autonomous system on the competition, but still, lose if the car is not in driving conditions. The purpose of the Hardware group is to get acquainted with last year’s car, Atmos, and then further develop both the electrical and mechanical systems so that they are adapted to autonomous driving. The tasks of this group are some of the most important for the entire driverless project, and after one year in the group, they will have gained elevated knowledge of all electrical and mechanical foundations on the car.

Christian Holmvik

Autonomous Control Unit

Jostein Brovold

Safety Systems

Petter Grønlie

Brake System DV

Max Kruse

Steering System DV

Kristoffer Weaver