Managing Director NGI, Lars Andresen
Board of Directors
- Kaare Høeg (NGI), Chairman
- Øystein Nordgulen (NGU)
- Steinar Nordal (NTNU)
- Andreas Kääb (UiO)
- Anders Dahle (NORSAR)
- Tor Inge Tjelta (Statoil)
- Brigt Samdal(NVE)
- Herbert Einstein (MIT)
- Prof. Farrokh Nadim, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bjørn Kalsnes, Deputy Director, email@example.com
- Tini van der Harst, Administrative Assistant
- Prof. Kaare Høeg, Technical Adviser
International Scientific Advisors
- Prof. Gholamreza Mesri (U.of Illinois)
- Prof. Steven Kramer (U. of Washington)
- Prof. Kok-Kwang Phoon (Nat. U. of Singapore)
- Unni Eidsvig (NGI), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prof. Hilmar Bungum (NORSAR), Hilmar.Bungum@norsar.no
- Dr. Reginald Hermanns (NGU), Reginald.Hermanns@ngu.no
- Bjørn Kalsnes (NGI), email@example.com
- Dr. Maarten Vanneste (NGI), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prof. Andreas Kääb (UiO), email@example.com
- Dr. Carl Harbitz (NGI), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prof. Steinar Nordal (NTNU), email@example.com
Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI) is a leading international centre for research and consulting within the geosciences. NGI develops optimum solutions for society, and offers expertise on the behaviour of soil, rock and snow and their interaction with the natural and built environment. NGI works within the oil, gas and energy, building and construction, transportation, natural hazards and environment sectors.
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) is Norway's primary institution for educating the nation's future engineers and scientists. The university also has strong programmes in the social sciences, teacher education, the arts and humanities, medicine, architecture and fine art. NTNU's cross-disciplinary research delivers creative innovations that have far-reaching social and economic impact.
The University of Oslo (UiO) was founded in 1811, and is Norway's leading institution of higher education. Today the University has almost 30,000 students and a staff of 5,600. In 2011 students will be able to participate in a wide range of celebrations for the University's 200 years anniversary.
The Geological Survey of Norway (NGU) is the country's central institute for the collection, processing and distribution of information on the bedrock geology, superficial deposits, mineral resources and groundwater of mainland Norway. NGU is a government agency under the administration of the Ministry of Trade and Industry.
NORSAR is an internationally recognized, independent research foundation within the field of geo-science providing advanced, innovative products and solutions to demanding customers in the public and private sectors. NORSAR has its headquarters at Kjeller, with a branch office for seismic modelling located in Bergen.
The Research Council of Norway is Norway's official body for the development and implementation of national research strategy. The Council is responsible for enhancing Norway's knowledge base and for promoting basic and applied research and innovation in order to help meet research needs within society. The Research Council also works actively to encourage international research Cooperation.