Mary Ann Lundteigen

Professor in Reliability Assessment Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Faculty of Engineering

+47 73597101 +47 93059365
S. P. Andersens veg 5, Valgrinda * 2.365a

Background and activities

 

CV is also found at http://folk.ntnu.no/lundteig/CV-maryann-lundteigen-public-rev-sept2016.pdf.

Lundteigen has a master in Technical Cybernetics (1993) and a PhD in RAMS (2009) from NTNU. She is employed as full time professor from January 1 2014. In the period from 2014- 2016, she has headed the RAMS group, and she is now the co-director in the research driven Centre for innovation in subsea production and processing (SUBPRO) as the co-director (see www.ntnu.edu/subpro).

About

  • Professor at the Department of Production and Quality Engineering
  • Member of the RAMS group - Reliability, availability, maintaince, and safety
  • Industry experience from oil and gas industry, including a previous postion offshore (at Ekofisk) and as a principal specialist with DNV in reliability and safety instrumented systems
  • Applied reseach experience from SINTEF

Background

PhD in safety and reliability assessment of safety instrumented systems:

Competence/interests:

  • Safety instrumented systems
  • Reliability assessments
  • Independence and common cause failures
  • Reliability requirements in light of environmental challenges
  • Safety integrity level (SIL)
  • Safety integrity and risk acceptance
  • Drilling and wellintervention systems
  • Railway signalling systems
  • SIS related standards (IEC 61508, IEC 61511, OLF 070) 

Professional career:

2014-: Professor, RAMS group at NTNU

2013 : Adjunct Professor, RAMS group at NTNU

2012-2013:  Principal Specialist DNV

2010 - 2012: Professor, RAMS group at NTNU

2009 - 2010  — Post doc position, RAMS Group at NTNU.

2005-2009 

  •  Ph.D. Scholarship holder, RAMS Group.
  • Awarded the ExxonMobil price for best applied doctorial thesis at the Doctoral Degree Awards Ceremony at NTNU on June 3rd 2009. See here for more information

2001-2005  

Research Scientist, SINTEF Institute ICT, Department for Applied Cybernetics. Group leader for Safety Critical Systems. Specialist areas: Safety Critical Systems, Integrated Operations/E-field, Petroleum Industry and Railway signalling systems.

1999-2001  — Automation Engineer (Automatiseringsleder);
Responsible for Automation systems at Nidar - Campaign based maintenance.

1994-1998

  • Offshore Supervisor Electrical & Automation department, Specialised Maintenance, Phillips Petroleum Co Norway.
  • Instrument engineer, Phillips Petroleum Co Norway; Offshore support and optimisation projects of offshore installations.
  • Trainee, Phillips Petroleum Co Norway.

Publications:

Professional memberships:

Master students supervised:

  • Ole-Henrik Dag Olsen (2016): Implementing IEC 61508 for Qualification of Safety-Instrumented Systems for Submergible Tube Bridges
  • Lars Hauff (2016): Optimization of Design, Safety and Cost of Pressure Protection Systems
  • Mohammad Amin Ghanooni (2015): Spurious activations of safety-instrumented systems
  • Godziuk, Anna Magdalena (2015): A proposal for a RAMS engineering process for blowout preventers
  • Mari Krogness Fornes (2015): Risk assessment of strait crossing bridges
  • Caroline Dutard (2015): Management of SIL performance of safety-instrumented systems
  • Zeba Gul (2015): Application software development for safety instrumented systems
  • Ingrid Zafira Harvinia (2015): Risk Assessment and SIL Allocation of Safety Instrumented Functions for Open Water Workover System
  • Eleojo Samuel Ocheni (2015): Impact of partial and imperfect testing on reliability assessment of safety instrumented systems - Possible approaches for inclusion of its effects in reliability assessments
  • Yining Dong (2015): Methodology for Identification of Dangerous Combinations of Output States of SIS (co-supervisor)
  • Can Li (2015): Safety Instrumented Systems on Older Facilities
  • Mbah Rowland (2014): Using reliability growth testing to reveal systematic faults in safety-instrumented systems (co-supervisor)
  • Åsa Snilstveit Hoem (2014): Use of field experience to improve the treatment of CCFs in reliability assessment of safety instrumented systems
  • Jon Mikkel Haugen (2014) Reliability Allocation and Assessment of Safety-Instrumented Systems (co-supervisor)
  • Martin Brataas (2014): Management of the integrity of safety instrumented systems
  • Wilmer Alberto Aguilar Marinez (2014): Methods for determining PFD/SIL for workover control systems with short test-intervals and imperfect testing
  • Tormod Danielsen Udnæs (2012): Reliability and Availability Assessment of Topologies for Subsea Control Systems
  • Remi Pinker (2012): Improved methods for reliability assessments of safety critical systems: An application example for BOP systems
  • Sondre Klakegg (2012): Improved methods for reliability assessments of safety-critical systems: An application example for BOP systems
  • Ishita Dash (2012): Provision of Reliability Data for New Technology Equipment in Subsea Production Systems
  • Henrik Finnema Moen (2012): Reliability Assessment of Safety Instrumented Systems: An Application Example For A Ballasting System 
  • Kristian Amundsen (2012):  A method for combining well safety risk and businessimpact risk
  • Ingunn Kristensen (2011):Balancing production availability and safety in subsea production systems
  • Yangjiao Liao ( 2011): SIL Follow-Up in the Operational Phase of Safety Instrumented System
  • Cuixin Shi (2011): Validation of non-compliant products for use with safety instrumented systems
  • Astrid Folkvord Janbu (2009): Treatment of Uncertainties in Reliability Assessment of Safety Instrumented Systems (co-supervisor)

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications