New IO Center PhD

New IO Center PhD

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Camilla Knudsen Tveiten defended her PhD thesis at NTNU, with the title: "Conditions for resilient operations of complex systems undergoing technological alterations" on Friday 30th of May.
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The IO Center congratulates Camilla with successful completion of her PhD.

The committee that have evaluated the thesis consisted of:

  • Professor Erik Hollnagel, SydDansk Universitet
  • Professor Ole Andreas Engen, University of Stavanger
  • Professor Ulla Forseth, NTNU

Main supervisor for Camilla has been Professor Per Morten Schiefloe at NTNU.

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