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Norwegian University of Science and Technology Trondheim, Norway http://www.ntnu.no NTNU Campus Photos NTNU, August 2005 FACTS Organizational chart of NTNU BOARD RECTOR INFORMATION DIV. TECHNICAL DIV. FINANCIAL DIV. STUDENT & ACAD. DIV. UNIVERSITY DIRECTOR ORGANIZATIONAL DIV.

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NTNU Campus Photos

NTNU, August 2005

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FACTS

Organizational chart of NTNU

BOARD

RECTOR

INFORMATION DIV.

TECHNICAL DIV.

FINANCIAL DIV.

STUDENT & ACAD. DIV.

UNIVERSITY

DIRECTOR

ORGANIZATIONAL DIV.

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

MUSEUM OF NAT.HIST. & ARCHEOL.

FAKULTETENE

ARCHITECTURE

& FINE ART

ARTS

INFORMATION

TECHNOLOGY,

MATHEMATICS

& ELECTRICAL

ENGINEERING

MEDICINE

NATURAL

SCIENCES &

TECHNOLOGY

SOCIAL

SCIENCES & TECHNOLOGY

MANAGEMENT

ENGINEERING

SCIENCE &

TECHNOLOGY

NTNU, August 2005

ntnu key figures

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 000m2 owned and rented premises

cooperation with sintef

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

NTNU, May 2006

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Petroleum Education and ResearchatThe Norwegian University of Science and TechnologyTrondheim, Norwayhttp://www.petroleum.ntnu.no

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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
upstream petroleum curricula at ntnu
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

NTNU

Deptartment Chair: Jon Kleppe

Deputy Chair: Martin Landrø

Office Manager: Marit Raaness

Professors

Drilling

Production

Support staff

Reservoir

Geophysics

Anne Lise Brekken

Turid Halvorsen

Solveig Johnsen

Marit Raaness

Tone Sanne

Turid Uvsløkk

Madelein Wold

Knut Backe

Gunnar Bjerkan

Terje Bjerkan

Haakon Myhren

Roger Overaa

Lars Sandvik

Åge Sivertsen

Erlend Våtevik

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
  • Stovas
  • E. Tantserev3
  • E. Tjåland
  • B. Ursin
  • NN

emeritus

Adjunct (20%)

Postdoktor

70 PhD students within exploration and production of oil and gas

international m sc and ph d programs
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
many ph d candidates
Many Ph.D. candidates

Currently, around 70 Ph.D. candidates are enrolled in the areas of petroleum exploration and production

key academic research programs in the upstream field
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
    • 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
educational projects abroad
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
educational projects abroad19
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
research collaboration with industry
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

industry supported field courses

Petrox

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.

Svalex

Pyrex

Omanex

Industry Supported Field Courses
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Center for Research-Based Innovation

for

Integrated Operations

at

NTNU/SINTEF/IFE

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RESEARCH PARTNERS

INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS

COLLABORATING INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC PARTNERS

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Kyoto university

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PARTNERS

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RESEARCH CHALLENGES FOR INTEGRATED OPERATIONS

Visualization

Smarter

decisions

Geographically

dispersed teams

Data processing

Wearable

computing

Sensor technology

and automation