Concept doctoral work
Doctoral candidates related to the programme
The Concept research programme contributes to the education of doctoral students. We have developed and organised several doctoral courses and seminars.
The following doctoral candidates are currently working on, or have completed, their PhD thesis in direct relation to the Concept research programme:
Atle Engebø, "Collaborative Project Delivery Methods" (2022)
Mari Oline Giske Stendebakken. Kulturminner og analyse. Vurdering av vernede bygninger innenfor kulturminnevern, arkitektur og offentlig investeringsanalyse (2019)
Paulos Abebe Wondimu. Early Contractor Involvment (ECI) Approaches for Public Project Owners (2019).
Ole Morten Magnussen. Up-Front Assessment and Quality Assurance of Major Investment Projects (2010).
Nils Olsson. Project Flexibility in Large Engineering Projects (2006).
Hans Petter Krane. Uncertainty Management of Projects from the Owners’ Perspective, with Main Focus on Managing Delivered Functionality (2010).
Mads Veiseth Improvement of Punctuality in Railway Operations: Development of the Punctuality Process (2009)
Anandasivakumar (Siva) Ekambaram. The Role of Knowledge Transfer in Reducing Reinvention of the Wheel in Project Organisations (2008)
John Walewski. Risk Analysis for International Capital Projects (2004)
The Concept research programme arranges meetings and courses for PhD candidates in collaboration with NTNU faculties. Experience has shown that such meetings can evolve to networks of PhD candidates who work with problems relevant to the study of the front-end phases of large projects. This contributes to professional development in the discipline and brings forth new problems. Moreover, the seminars comprise an arena for the mutual exchange of ideas and views among doctoral candidates.
At the moment the Concept research programme has two courses relevant for PhD students:
Doctoral seminars are arranged on an ad hoc basis.