Background and activities
Geir Mathisen (1956) is a Professor at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics. He is a member of the research group Industrial Computer and Instrumentation Systems. Mathisen has a MSc and a PhD both from the Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics at NTNU.
Main fields of competence
- Smart Grid
- Development methodology
- System engineering
- Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
- Intelligent instrumentation
- Distributed micro controller systems (specification, architecture, design, programming, communication)
Selected Research Projects
- 2012 - 2015 National coordinator/project leader, work package leade. EU project: "I3RES - ICT-based Intelligent management of Integrated RES for the smart grid optimal operation", Smart Grid project for management of renewable energy sources integrated in the distribution grid.
- 2012 - 2015 National coordinator/project leader, work package leade. ARTEMIS project: "e-GOTHAM, Sustainable-Smart Grid Open System for the Aggregated Control, Monitoring and Management of Energy", Smart Grid project for energy management in micro-grids.
- 2003 – 2004 Project leader at SINTEF. EU project: “WIRENET, power line data exchange for domestic and industrial automation based on UWB approach”.
- 2002 – 2005 National coordinator/project leader. EU project: “COVELESS, standardization of cork quality evaluation through the development of a harmless electronic device”.
- 2002 – 2004 Project leader at SINTEF. EU project: “HEARING, Development of a sound synthesis set for audiometric stations and self-diagnosis”.
- 2018 - Professor, Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU
- 2014-2018 Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics, NTNU
- 2002-2014 Adjunct Associate Professor, NTNU
- 1982- 2018 SINTEF Automatic Control
- 1980-1981 Norwegian Electric Power Research Institute (EFI) / Royal Norwegian Navy. Automation of engine room on board on navy ships. Avoidance of electromagnetic interference
- 1980 SINTEF Petroleum Technology Research Institute. New instrumentation for quantification of drilling mud
- Tekna – The Norwegian Society of Graduate Technical and Scientific Professionals
- NFA – Norwegian Society of Automatic Control