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Presentasjon av foreleserne

Av: Straumsheim Jens Petter | Publisert: 09.06.2016 12:58:35

Kort presentasjon av forelesere og kursholdere i kurset Industrielt internett​

JJ Berends

Martin Steinert

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​I am Professor of Eng. Design and Innovation at the Department of Eng. Design and Materials at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), founder of TrollLABS (RCN project 236739) and Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences – NTVA. I mainly teach fuzzy front-end engineering for radical new product/service/system concepts and graduate research seminars for PhDs engaged in topics related to new product design and development. My various research projects are usually multidisciplinary (ME/CS/EE/Neuro- and Cognitive Sc.) and often connected with industry or other academic units. The aim of our 9 PhD strong group is to uncover, understand and leverage early stage engineering design paradigms with a special focus onto human-machine/object interactions. To do so, we engage into extreme concept
creation projects ourselves, based on concrete challenges from, for example, Kongsberg Technology Forum companies, Kavli Institute of Neuroscience, Novelda AS, or various companies incl. startups from the Molde and Trondheim region … or we just do a technology push project ourselves, currently also together with Stanford University (ME310) and CERN (CERN CBI).
Recently we have published in Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Int. Journal of Product Development, Int. Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, Journal of Eng. Design and Technology, Int. Journal of Design, Int. Journal of Eng. Education, Tech.Forecasting and Social Change, Energy Policy, Information Knowledge System Management Journal …
Ever since a short stint at MIT (also coaching the ME capstone course 2.009) and my time as Deputy Director at the Center for Design Research and at the d.research program (Hasso Plattner Design Thinking Research program) and Assistant Prof. (acting) ME at Stanford University, the overarching aim of my research and teaching is to always push the boundaries for Norwegian product development teams, so that they will ideate, more radical new concepts, faster.

Federico Lozano

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​Federico is an Assistant Professor of Innovation at the Norwegian University of

Science & Technology (NTNU), and the co-founder of the Lab for Design Thinkers in Tromsø, Northern Norway. He earned his MBA from Stanford University,where he was awarded the Social Innovation Fellowship. Upon graduation, Federico launched Puentes Global, an entrepreneurial-training social venture based in Spain. He also served as one of the first employees at d.light design, a global design-driven social enterprise based in India and founded at the Stanford d.school. Federico is also the co-founder of Pracademy AS, a leading designthinking training company. He was recently awarded the Teacher of the Year prize by the students of NTNU's Department of Engineering Design and Materials. Read more about him at www.mypracademy.com.

​Jan Richard Sagli

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​I finished my PhD in cybernetics (robotics control) at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (former NTNU) in 1991, and worked with Glamox, Sintef (Multiphase Flow Lab) and Dynamica (consultant in process control) before I joined Statoil R&D in 1998 as a process control engineer. In 2001 I was appointed as leader for process control at R&D. From 2005 I took on leading large R&D-projects within the area of integrated operations and real time production optimization, before I moved to Calgary, Canada in 2009 to lead the R&D Well and Production for the oil sands development.

I moved back to Norway in September 2012 into an exciting position as manager for innovation, where my main tasks have been to identify and implement methods to improve how Statoil initiate and run R&D projects.

Per Kristian Rekdal

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​Per Kristian Rekdal er førsteamanuensis i kvantitative metodefag ved Høgskolen i Molde.  Her er noen av temaene for hans forskning:

Teoretisk fysikk innen kvanteoptikk og kvanteinformasjon:

  • atom chips
  • foton spredning
  • dekoherens fenomen
  • micromasere
  • faseoverganger
  • Casimir-Polder kraft and QED
  • hukommelseseffekter i spontane emisjonsprosesser

Stephen Ezell

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​​Stephen Ezell is vice president, global innovation policy, at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF). He focuses on science and technology policy, international competitiveness, trade, manufacturing, and services issues.
He is the coauthor of Innovating in a Service-Driven Economy: Insights, Application, and Practice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) and Innovation Economics: The Race for Global Advantage (Yale, 2012).
Ezell comes to ITIF from Peer Insight, an innovation research and consulting firm he cofounded in 2003 to study the practice of innovation in service industries. At Peer Insight, Ezell led the Global Service Innovation Consortium, published multiple research papers on service innovation, and researched national service innovation policies being implemented by governments worldwide.

Hallgeir Gammelsæter

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Anvendelse av organisasjonsteori i studiet av samfunn og organisasjoner. De siste årene har det særlig vært idrettens organisasjoner, men jeg har også erfaring fra studier av både private selskaper, offentlige institusjoner og offentlig politikk, bl.a. regional utvikling og innovasjonspolitikk.
Doktoravhandlingen min var en studie av endringer i Hafslund Nycomed, Elkem og Norsk Hydro og hadde tittelen "Organisasjonsendring gjennom generasjoner av ledere".

Oskar Solenes

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​Kai Olsen

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​Kai A. Olsen (1950) er professor i informatikk ved Høgskolen i Molde, Universitetet i Bergen og University of Pittsburgh, USA (adjunct professor). I dag arbeider han med IT-strategi, hvordan vi best kan utnytte denne gjennomgripende teknologien. Det er blant annet utdypet i boka ”How Information Technology Is Conquering the World: Workplace, Private Life, and Society”, Scarecrow Press, USA., 2012.

Olsen har utviklet komplette datasystemer for flere bedrifter. Han har oppgaver innen IT-rådgiving for flere landsdekkende kjeder. Olsen er en ivrig samfunnsdebattant. Der har han markert seg med en sterk skepsis til at vi kan få førerløse biler på vanlige norske veier ”innen få år”, slik mange hevder. Samtidig har han engasjert seg sterkt for å vise fordelene med å gjøre Norge til et kontantfritt samfunn. Her har han skrevet rapporter for Finansforbundet og utført flere oppdrag for NHO. En grunnidé bak Olsens forskning er å vise forskjellen mellom hvilke IT-oppgaver som er mulig å realisere, som digitale betalingssystemer, og de som er vanskelig eller kanskje også umulig å realisere, som førerløse biler på vanlige veier. Vi får samme problemstilling når vi i dag snakker om «machine learning» og «big data». Mye kan realiseres, men ikke alt.

Peder Inge Furseth

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​I am a leadership and innovation strategy researcher and teacher with 20 years of experience. Leadership is about producing useful change; innovation is about coming up with something new that has economic or non-economic value.
My speciality is to integrate executive education with research, workshops and professional networks. My main topics in research are service innovation, business models, innovation culture, multi-channel integration, social networks, and value formation. My main teaching is the master of management program called Innovation & Commercialization (Nyskaping og kommersialisering), a 150 hour course that has modules both in Oslo and in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Trond Petersen

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Bjørn Terje Asheim

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​Harald Fardal

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​Harald Fardal, PhD Direktoratet for samfunnssikkerhet og beredskap

​Christian Sørgaard

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​Christian er daglig leder i Designit Oslo. Han er en dreven forretningsutvikler og har lang erfaring med tjenesteinnovasjon i offentlig og privat sektor.

Lise Lillebrygfjeld Halse

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Fagansvarlig

 

​I am an associate professor at Molde University College, where I teach organizational theory and supply chain management, and carry out research focusing on innovation in clusters and business networks. Since I am concerned about cooperation between the industry and academia, I established in 2016 a research project together with NTNU, called Manufacturing Network 4.0, where innovation in global manufacturing networks is one of the topics being addressed. Another important research topic in this project is the major changes manufacturing companies now are facing related to what has been named the fourth industrial revolution. Read more about the project: http://www.forskningsradet.no/prognett-bia/Nyheter/Les_om_Manufacturing_Network_40
/1254012687916&lang=no

Before I started my PhD, I worked several years as an engineer in private and public companies. In my PhD I studied the historical evolution of the Maritime cluster in North West Norway, with a particular emphasize on how globalization may have affected cooperation and innovativeness (http://panorama.himolde.no/2014/06/18/lonnsom-smoring-og-skjaer-i-sjoen/ )

 

 

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