The PhD theses submitted by the candidates in SFI Offshore Mechatronics are listed here as they are submitted:
PhD-1: Sondre Sanden Tørdal (UiA), PhD thesis defended on March 19, 2019. Title of Thesis: Real-Time Motion Compensation in Ship-to-Ship Load Handling.
PhD-2: Andrej Cibicik (NTNU), PhD thesis defended on January 8, 2020. Title of Thesis: Dynamics of Rigid and Flexible Manipulators Using Screw Theory.
PhD-3: Alexander Meyer Sjøberg (NTNU), PhD thesis defended on January 30, 2020. Title of Thesis: Estimation and Control on Lie Groups based on Formulations on the Lie Algebra.
PhD-4: Aksel Sveier (NTNU), PhD thesis defended on February 18, 2020. Title of Thesis: Quaternions and Dual Quaternions for State and Parameter Estimation.
PhD-6: Sondre Nordås (UiA), PhD thesis defended on April 16, 2020. Title of Thesis: Using Digital Hydraulics in Secondary Control of Motor Drive
PhD-6: Martin Hemmer (UiA), PhD thesis defended on May 15, 2020. Title of Thesis: Condition Monitoring Methods for Large, Low-speed Bearings.
PhD-7: Geir Ole Tysse (NTNU), PhD defended on August 11, 2020. Title of thesis: Modeling and Control of Ship-Mounted Cranes.
PhD-8: Daniel Hagen (UiA), PhD defended on September 2, 2020. Title of Thesis: Improving Energy Efficiency and Motion Control in Load-Carrying Applications using Self-Contained Cylinders.
PhD-9: Viktor H. Donkov (AAU), PhD thesis defended on January 15, 2021. Title of the thesis: Secondary Control of Multi-chamber Cylinders for Low-speed High-force Applications
PhD-10: Lars Ivar Hatledal(NTNU Aalesund), PhD defended on Friday March 19, 2021. Title of the thesis: Protocols and Standards for Simulation and Co-simulation.
PhD-11: Thiago G. Monteiro (NTNU Aalesund), PhD thesis submitted on November 3, 2020. Title of the thesis: A Cross-modal Integrated Sensor Fusion System for Fatigue and Awareness Assessment in Demanding Marine Operations.
PhD-12: Thilina Weerasinghe (UiA), PhD thesis submitted on December 18, 2020. Title of the thesis: Enabling mMTC and URLLC in 5G: Initial Access, Traffc Prediction, and User Availability