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1 "Measurements and sensor operation in harsh and remote environments" IRTG lecture week in Bergen, October 15-19, 2012 jointly organized by the International Research Training Group "Intelligent Detectors and their Applications" and the Petroleum Research School of Norway

2 2 Lectures: Auditorium A and B Student presentations on Friday: Allegaten 55, room 359, 3rd floor Reception/Lunches/Dinner: Canteen, Allegaten 55, 3rd floor Trip to Hanøytangen: Bus leaves at 11:30, return around 17:00 Sign up for the trip! Alternative: “Offshore Technology Days 2012” - Norway’s largest annual oil, gas & energy exhibition Wednesday 9-17, Thursday 9-16, No fee, but you have to register online; free shuttle bus Practicalities

3 3 Measurements and sensor operation in harsh and remote environments Physics is an experimental science -> measurements are the key Sensors: Front-end of a detector system – convert a physical observable (e.g. a high energetic particle) into an (electric) signal Harsh and remote environments Large Hadron Collider and subsea/borehole instrumentation Programme

4 4 Program Monday, , Allegaten 66, Auditorium A 14:00 Dieter Roehrich (UiB): Introduction 14:15 Geir Ersland (UiB): Introduction to Reservoir Physics 15:15 Oddmund Lervik (FMC): Introduction to Process Technology 16:30 17:00 Reception (Allegaten 55, cantine, 3rd floor) Tuesday, ,Allegaten 66, Auditorium B Session "Nuclear methods in Reservoir Physics" 10:00 Jarand Gauteplass (UiB): Imaging techniques for rock characterization and EOR processes 10:30 Asmund Haugen (UiB): Interaction between CT, NTI and MRI for Numerical Analysis of Core Floods for Enhanced Oil Recovery 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Lars Petter Hauge (UiB): MRI of Hydrate Formation and Gas Production from Hydrates by CO2 Injection 12:00 Geir Ersland (UiB): NMR T2 Relaxation for Fluid Saturation and Wettability Determination 12:30 Lunch Session "Sensor operation in harsh and remote environments I" 14:00 Dieter Roehrich (UiB): Detector operation at the Large Hadron Collider 15:00 Coffee 15:30 Stig Helge Larsen (Data Respons):Reliability in subsea electronics Programme

5 5 Program Wednesday, , Allegaten 66, Auditorium B Session "Sensor operation in harsh and remote environments II" 09:00 Oyvind Wetteland (Zenzor): Downhole instrumentation 10:00 Joar Martin Ostby (SINTEF): ASICs for high temperature and harsh environments 11:00 Coffee/Lunch 11:30 Visit of a rig at Hanoytangen, Askoy (tbc) Thursday, , Allegaten 66, Auditorium A (9-10), Auditorium B (10-19) Session "Sensor operation in harsh and remote environments III" 09:00 Matthias Richter (UiO): Detector control systems at the LHC 10:00 Arne Graue (UiB): Detector Development within Petroleum EOR Research 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Ketil Roed (UiO): Radiation effects in electronics components 12:30 Lunch 14:00 Arve Thorsen (Baker Hughes): Drilling/borehole instrumentation 16:00 Coffee 16:30 Kumar Somappa Admar Ajit (HiB): Offshore wireless communication 17:30 NN (NTNU?): Borehole instrumentation 19:00 Dinner Programme

6 6 Program Friday , Allegaten 55, room 359, 3rd floor 10:00 Martin Ferno (UiB): Using PET/CT as a new Imaging Tool for Core Analysis and Multiphase flow Session "PhD reports and evaluation" 10:20 Presentations of PhD projects 11:00 Coffee 11:30 Presentations of PhD projects 12:30 Adjourn Programme


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