Professor. Vice Dean of researchDepartment of Mathematical Sciences Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
Background and activities
Ingelin Steinsland (1974) is professor at the Department of Mathematical Sciences. She is a member of the the Statistics group. Professor Steinsland has a MSc in Industrial Mathematics and a PhD in Statistics from NTNU. She is the Vice Dean of research at the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering.
Aim of research: Ingelin Steinsland aims to introduce new statistical methods and knowledge to applied scientists, and develop statistical methods and knowledge based on problems from applied scientists. She has a special focus on models and methods for large datasets, dependecies and uncertainty . Steinsland has some key interests; forecasting for physical systems, especially hydrology, quantitative genetics and citizen science. Recently she has been involved in NTNU's initativ on Covid 19.
- 2017- Vice Dean of research, Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, NTNU
- 2014- Professor of Statistics, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
- 2008-2014 Associate Professor, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
- 2008- Advisor, SINTEF Energy Research (part time)
- 2006-2007: Researcher SINTEF Energy Research
- 2004-2006 Post Doctor, Dept.of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU. Project: Markov chain Monte Carlo methods in quantitative genetics
- 2003-2004 Associate Professor (temporary), Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, NTNU
- 1998-1999 Software developer in a start-up (VoxelVision AS)
- 2009-2010 Visiting scholar at Department of Statistics, Stanford University, USA
- 2009-2010 Visiting professor at SAMSI/Duke University, North Carolina, USA
- 2001-2002 Visiting post graduate at Department of Statistics, Trinity College, Ireland
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
- (2020) A geostatistical two field model that combines point observations and nested areal observations, and quantifies long-term spatial variability - A case study of annual runoff predictions in the Voss area. arXiv.org.
- (2020) Uncertainty propagation through a point model for steady-state two-phase pipe flow. Algorithms. vol. 13 (3).
- (2019) Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH) – a community perspective. Hydrological Sciences Journal. vol. 64 (10).
- (2019) Streamflow forecast sensitivity to air temperature forecast calibration for 139 Norwegian catchments. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. vol. 23 (2).
- (2019) A geostatistical framework for estimating flow indices by exploiting short records and long-term spatial averages – Application to annual and monthly runoff. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions.
- (2019) Flexible modelling of spatial variation in agricultural field trials with the R package INLA. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. vol. 132 (12).
- (2018) Benefits of spatiotemporal modeling for short-term wind power forecasting at both individual and aggregated levels. Environmetrics. vol. 29 (3).
- (2017) Bayesian Model Averaging for Wind Speed Ensemble Forecasts Using Wind Speed and Direction. Weather and forecasting. vol. 32 (6).
- (2016) Effects of uncertainties in hydrological modelling. A case study of a mountainous catchment in Southern Norway. Journal of Hydrology. vol. 536.
- (2016) Is my study system good enough? A case study for identifying maternal effects. Ecology and Evolution. vol. 6 (11).
- (2016) Spatial modeling with system of stochastic partial differential equations. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics. vol. 8 (2).
- (2015) Weather SDM: estimating snow density with high precision using snow depth and local climate. Hydrology Research. vol. 46 (4).
- (2015) Estimation of a non-stationary model for annual precipitation in southern Norway using replicates of the spatial field. Spatial Statistics. vol. 14 C.
- (2014) Probabilistic postprocessing models for flow forecasts for a system of catchments and several lead times. Water Resources Research. vol. 50 (1).
- (2014) On estimation and identifiability issues of sex-linked inheritance with a case study of pigmentation in Swiss barn owl (Tyto alba). Ecology and Evolution. vol. 4 (9).
- (2014) Quantitative genetic modeling and inference in the presence of nonignorable missing data. Evolution. vol. 68 (6).
- (2013) Animal Models and Integrated Nested Laplace Approximations. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics. vol. 3 (8).
- (2013) Spatial models with explanatory variables in the dependence structure. Spatial Statistics. vol. 8.
- (2011) Comparing and Blending Regional Climate Model Predictions for the American Southwest. Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics. vol. 16 (4).
- (2010) Evaluation of statistical models for forecast errors from the HBV model. Journal of Hydrology. vol. 384 (1-2).