New centre representatives from our host institutions

When we started the second funding period of the Centre for Digital Life Norway – DLN 2.0 – 1 February, we also expanded from three to seven host institutions and made changes to our organisation. Now the members of the new expert task force and junior resource group are ready.

The competence hub that manages the Centre for Digital Life Norway consists of an operational management team of senior advisers employed by the centre and an expert task force with scientific representatives who contribute to the centre's work as part of their job at the host institutions. 

Members of the expert task force

NTNU: Scientific director Trygve Brautaset, centre manager Kam Sripada, Olav Haraldseth and Roger Strand; SINTEF: Hanne Haslene-Hox; University of Oslo (UiO): Kjetill S. Jakobsen, Marianne Fyhn and Janna Saarela; Oslo University Hospital (OUS): Vessela Kristensen and Arnoldo Frigessi; University of Bergen (UiB): Inge Jonassen, Camilla Krakstad and Susanna Röblitz; Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU): Phillip Pope; and UiT The Arctic University of Norway: Jeanette H. Andersen. 

An important task of the expert task force is to anchor the activities of the centre in the host institutions.

Junior resource group

The new junior resource group consists of PhD students and postdoctoral fellows from the host institutions. The members will vary over time. Current members are shown on the picture. The group will be a resource for the centre's competence hub.

Maria Hesjedal, PhD student NTNU; Simona Kavaliauskiene, postdoctoral fellow OUS; Eric Juskewitz, PhD student UiT; Emil Karlsen, PhD student NTNU; and Marte Jenssen, PhD student UiT.
By Norunn K. Torheim
Published Apr. 28, 2021 7:55 AM - Last modified Apr. 28, 2021 7:55 AM