PhD Candidates Affiliated with Project Norway
Continuous education of PhD candidates is important for the long-term research activities within project management. This is why Project Norway encourages and promotes PhD education, and continuously works to find funding for more stipends.
PhD Candidates (past and current)
Topic for the dissertation
|Marte Pettersen Buvik||
|Linda C. Hald||
Technology for project management of research - A study of cooperation arenas in international r&d projects.
|Kai Haakon Kristensen||
«Building Design Management – Management of the Cooperative Design and its Interdisciplinary Functions»
|Public defence 20.06.2013|
|Wenche Aarseth||Public defence 27.03.2012|
||Managing and organizing inter-institutional projects||Public defence 18.09.2013|
|Hans Petter Krane||
“Uncertainty Management of Projects from the Owner’s Perspective, with Main Focus on Managing Delivered Functionality “
|Public defence 07.04.2011|
|Ole M. Magnussen||Effects of up-front assessment and quality assurance of major investment projects||Public defence 21.06.2010|
|Jan Alexander Langlo||Where is all the knowledge we have lost in information? A study on communication and information quality in interorganisational project processes||
Public defence 11.06.2010
|Ole Jonny Klakegg||Governance of Major Public Investment Projects - In Pursuit of Relevance and Sustainability||Completed 11.02.2010|
|Siva Ekambaram||The role of knowledge transfer in reducing "reinvention of the wheel" in project organizations||Completed|
|Ola Lædre||The importance of early phase evaluation on contract selection in construction projects (In Norwegian)||Completed|
|Anne Live Vaagaasar||From Tool to Actor - How a project came to orchestrate its own life and that of others project||Completed|
|Nils Olsson||Project Flexibility in Large Engineering Projects||Completed|
After the doctoral defense is completed, the theses will be available at the corresponding institution (department / organization) where the doctoral candidate is attached to. Contact the institutions directly, if you want a printed copy of the thesis.
Partners of the Center have free access to electronic copy via their contact person.
General inquiries are to be addressed to General Manager at Project Norway.
The Concept Research Programme has created special pages for PhD students in project management. These pages are open to all, and serve as a forum for exchange of experience and point of contact between various students. Follow this link to access the pages.