Norwegian University of
Science and Technology
Trondheim, Norway
http://www.ntnu.no
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NTNU Campus Photos
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NTNU, August 2005
FACTS
Organizational chart of NTNU
BOARD
RECTOR
UNIVERSITY
DIRECTOR
INFORMATION DIV.
ORGANIZATIONAL DIV.
TECHNICAL DIV.
FINANCIAL DIV.
UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
STUDENT & ACAD. DIV.
MUSEUM OF NAT.HIST. & ARCHEOL.
FAKULTETENE
ARCHITECTURE
& FINE ART
ARTS
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY,
MATHEMATICS
& ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
ENGINEERING
SCIENCE &
TECHNOLOGY
MEDICINE
NATURAL
SCIENCES &
TECHNOLOGY
SOCIAL
SCIENCES &
TECHNOLOGY
MANAGEMENT
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FACTS
NTNU key figures
53 departments in 7 faculties
20 000 registered students, 6500 admitted
60000student applications
3300 B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees awarded
270 Ph.D. degrees awarded
Staff: 4 200 person-years
2 500 employed in education and research;
Budget: EUR 525 million
560 000 m2 owned and rented premises
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R&D
Cooperation with SINTEF
SINTEF is one of Europe’s largest independent
research organizations
Turnover NOK 2 billion, 2000 staff (500 in Oslo)
Established in 1950 as the contract research
organization of the Norwegian Inst. of Technology
Contract research in technology, natural sciences,
medicine and social sciences
Cooperates with NTNU in terms of staff, equipment,
laboratories and dissemination
15 Gemini Centres for joint NTNU/SINTEF R&D
Many NTNU staff are permanent SINTEF advisers
Many SINTEF staff are adjunct professors at NTNU
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Petroleum Education and
Research
at
The Norwegian University
of Science and Technology
Trondheim, Norway
http://www.petroleum.ntnu.no
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Gløshaugen and Lerkendal Stadion in the middle,
Petroleum Center (SINTEF & NTNU) at lower right
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Brief statistics of petroleum education
at Norwegian University of Science and Technology
•established in 1973
•first class graduated in 1974
•More than 2000 graduated sivilingeniørs and M.Sc.’s during 1974-
2009
•119 graduated Ph.D.´s during 1977-2009
•around 80 M.Sc.’s graduate per year
•around 10 Ph.D.´s graduate per year
•currently around 90 full-time teachers, staff, researchers
•around 350 students enrolled at B.Sc. and M.Sc. levels
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Upstream part of the petroleum
activities
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Upstream Petroleum Curricula at NTNU
Department of Petroleum
Technology and Applied
Geophysics
Department of Geology and
Mineral Resourses
Engineering
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Petroleum Geology
Petroleum Geophysics
Drilling Engineering
Reservoir Engineering
Production Engineering
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Department of Petroleum Engineering
and Applied Geophysics
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Deptartment Chair: Jon Kleppe
Deputy Chair: Martin Landrø
Office Manager: Marit Raaness
Professors
Support staff
Drilling
Production
Reservoir
Geophysics
Anne Lise Brekken
Turid Halvorsen
Solveig Johnsen
Marit Raaness
Tone Sanne
Turid Uvsløkk
Madelein Wold
E. Fjær2
R. Holt
A. Rødland
S. Sangesland
P. Skalle
N. Thompson3
NN2
NN2
H. Asheim
M. Golan
J. S. Gudmundsson
H. Herfjord1
S. Dale2
T. van Golf-Racht1
Nanij Hadia3
O. S. Hustad2
L. Høier2
T. Aa. Jelmert
Hassan Karimaie3
J. Kleppe
H. Langeland
Jan Åge Stensen2
O. Torsæter
C. H. Whitson
NN
NN2
P. Avseth2
L. Amundsen2
B. Arntsen
J. Ebbing2
C. Kenter2
M. Landrø
O. B. Lile1
C. Puigdefabregas2
J. S. Rønning2
A.Stovas
E. Tantserev3
E. Tjåland
B. Ursin
NN
Knut Backe
Gunnar Bjerkan
Terje Bjerkan
Haakon Myhren
Roger Overaa
Lars Sandvik
Åge Sivertsen
Erlend Våtevik
1)
2)
3)
emeritus
Adjunct (20%)
Postdoktor
70 PhD students within exploration and production of oil and gas
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International M.Sc. and Ph.D. Programs
• English Language Instruction
• 40% non-Norwegian Students in M.Sc. Program
• 50% non-Norwegians in Ph.D. Program
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Many Ph.D. candidates
Currently, around 70 Ph.D. candidates
are enrolled in the areas of petroleum
exploration and production
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Key academic research programs in the
upstream field
ROSE – The Rock-Seismic Program
4D Seismic – Reservoir Simulation Program
Improved Oil Recovery Program
Subsea Program
New Drilling Methods Program
Smart Fields/Integrated Operations Program
Heavy Oil Recovery Program
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International Research Partners
• USA
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Carnegie-Mellon University
Colorado School of Mines
Stanford University
Texas A&M University
University of Oklahoma
University of Texas, Austin
Purdue University
• Netherlands
– TU Delft
• Venezuela
– Simon Bolivar Universidad
• Brazil
– PUC
– Unicamp
– Salvador
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International Research Partners
• Russia
– Tomsk Polytechnic University
– Pomor University
– Novosibirsk
• India
– National Geophysical Research Institute
– ONGC
• Japan
– Kyoto University
• Italy
– Milano Politechnical University
• Germany
– Free University of Berlin
• Australia
– Curtin University
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Educational Projects Abroad
• Russia
– Continued education in Petroleum Engineering 1996-2004
– Master of Petroleum Management, 2005-
Supported by Ministry of Foreign Affairs
• Angola
– Development of petroleum curricula at Universidade Agosthino Neto in Luanda.
– Supported by Sonangol, MinPet, StatoilHydro og NORAD
• Venezuela
– Curricula development at Simon Bolivar Universidad, supported by StatoilHydro
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Educational Projects Abroad
• Azerbadjan
– Modernization of petroleum education at Azerbadjan State Oil
Academy, supported by NORAD
• Bangladesh
– Development of petroleum curricula at Bangladesh University of
Engineering and Technology, supported by NORAD
• Mozambique
– Development of petroleum curricula at Universidade Eduardo Mundlane,
supported by NORAD
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Research collaboration with industry
Aker Solutions, BG Norge, Bridge Energy, BP, CGG,
Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Det norske, DnV, Enterprise Oil
(Shell), ExxonMobil, ENI, FMC, Fugro-Jason, GdF Suez,
IBM, Kongsberg, Lundin, Petrobras, PGS Geophysical,
Revus Energy, RockSource, Schlumberger, Shell,
StatoilHydro,TOTAL, Wavefield Inseis
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Gullfaks Database at the Department
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NORNE Database at the Department
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Industry Supported Field Courses
Geological Field Courses
Through a close cooperation with Statoil, Norsk
Hydro, BP, and Shell, several field courses for
M.Sc. students have been developed over the
past few years. The courses take place at
Svalbard, in England, in the Pyrenees and in
Oman.
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Center for Research-Based Innovation
for
Integrated Operations
at
NTNU/SINTEF/IFE
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Oil and gas production at present
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Oil and gas production of the future
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Control Room for Integrated Operations
at the department
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RESEARCH PARTNERS
INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS
COLLABORATING INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC PARTNERS
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INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PARTNERS
Kyoto university
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RESEARCH CHALLENGES FOR INTEGRATED OPERATIONS
Visualization
Data processing
Smarter
decisions
Geographically
dispersed teams
Wearable
computing
Sensor technology
and automation
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Annual International Conference
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