Credit giving PhD courses
- System Thinking (TE9107)
Lectures at Kongsberg, campus Krona
Every day from 8:40 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Homework project (week 26 - 36)
Home assignment submission due on Week 36, Friday 6th
Limited places (10)
- Research in Industrial Context (New dates 8-9-May, 2023, week 19)
Module 2: On-the-job training
Module 3: (place and time will be announced later)
Workshop 1: Autum 2024
For more information contact Geir Ringen
Internship/work within the industry
- Internship (free seat at one of our industry partners)
- 50% work (paid) at industry and get extension for PhD programme
- 100% work (paid) at industry and get extension for PhD programme
Duration of internship/work will vary for each available position. Extension to the PhD programme is up to one year so the total PhD time should not exceed 4 years.
Travel and accommodation grants
Members of Industry research school in complex systems can apply for travel grant to participate in the schools’ courses and workshops outside their hometown.
Members can receive up to NOK 2500 per round trip.
Hotel accommodation costs can be covered up to NOK 1200 per night for duration of the course.
We do not cover per diem/subsistence allowance.
Annual Autumn week: September 19-21, 2023
- Supervisor Applied Forum for Industrial Research (SAFIR)
- PhD course in "How to write an industrial CV?"
- PhD student presentations (PechaKucha)
- Presentations from professors at NTNU, UiA, USN
- Presentations from the industrial partners of INRESCOS
- Mach Making
- Course Innovation in Complex Systems (Workshop)
Membership in the Industrial Research School is open to all PhD students at Norwegian institutions, who feels that their project is related to complex industrial systems. You can be a member of several research schools simultaneously, and there are no obligations to being a member. It is not required that your project is directly related to an industrial company.