[TEACHERS]

OLE MØYSTAD
Professor
Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
ole.moystad@ntnu.no
http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/ole.moystad

Ole Møystad graduated from the Oslo School of Architecture. As part of his PhD studies he spent 1/2 year at the research department at the Centre for General Semiotics, Aarhus University, and received his PhD from AHO in 1994. He then took up a teaching and research position at the American University of Beirut for three years before he returned to Oslo and three years at the Architectural Academy.

I 2004 he became a post doc fellow and later adjunct professor at the NTNU. During the same period he was attached to ETSAB in Barcelona and the UAL in Lisbon as visiting lecturer in their PhD programs. The last ten years he has also run an architectural practice. He is partner in STUDIO hp AS (www.studiohp.as). In parallell with his professional and academic activities he has written, published and lectured in Norway and internationally for 20 years.

As of 2011 he is a professor at the NTNU based in Metamorfosis, Centre for Real Estate and Facilities Management


LISBET SAUARLIA
Adjunct Associate Professor
Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
lisbet.sauarlia@ntnu.no
http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/lisbet.sauarlia

Lisbet Sauarlia has a master of Philosophy in Social Anthropology from NTNU. Until 2004 she worked at the Department of Social Anthropology at the same university. From 2004 to 2008 she lived in Shanghai where she was engaged in different research projects, lecturing and writing articles for scientific magazines. Focus for research is Chinese culture, modernization/urbanization and architecture. Since1992 she has in cooperation with Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts given lectures and participated in research projects in China. She is currently Associated Professor II at Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology, NTNU.


KNUT RAMSTAD
Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Architecture and Fine Arts
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
knut.ramstad@ntnu.no
http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/knut.ramstad

M.Arch, Professor Knut Ramstad has throughout his career been emphasizing technology and technology application in architecture, engineering and project management. His work has stretchedfrom traditional architectural design to development (and implementation) of advanced digital tools,procedures and solutions for design, decision making, construction, communication, sale and facility management. As 3D Director in several high profile architectural developments, Ramstad hasdeveloped strategies and been in charge of 3D modeling, visualization and simulation. These procedures have been implemented in all project phases from programming through zoning, site plan,schematic design, detailed project and tendering phases, construction, marketing, sales and facility management. Responsibilities, products and services include 3D ​​BIM models, 3D graphics and animation, 3D simulation, real-time models, and presentation graphics, and in some cases also the development of display arenas. The projects include the Olympic venues in Lillehammer, Oslo MainAirport, the Telenor Fornebu project and the Tjuvholmen development.

Knut Ramstad got his Masters degree in Architecture at NTNU and has taught at The Oslo School of Architecture, The Norwegian Business School (BI) and at NTNU. Knut is currently running his own firm and works primarily in project management of the Tjuvholmen project in Oslo.


DONGMING XU
PhD Research Fellow
Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology,
Faculty of Architecture and Fine arts,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
dongming.xu@ntnu.no
http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/dongming

Dongming XU, born 1973, architect and PhD Research Fellow at the Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology, NTNU. He works on many national listed heritage conservation projects as an architect in Xi'an, China from 1996 to 2008 and has been the PhD Research Fellow at NTNU since 2008. His research topic and interest lie in the development of modern architectural conservation and archaeological site museums.


JØRGEN HALLÅS SKATLAND
PhD Candidate
Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology,
Faculty of Architecture and Fine arts,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
jorgen.skatland@ntnu.no
http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/jorgen.skatland


JOSTEIN BREINES
Teaching assistant
Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology,
Faculty of Architecture and Fine arts,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
jostein@datarommet.no
http://www.josteinbreines.com

Architect M.Arch. MNAL, currently working at Asplan Viak in Trondheim. He is inspired by the complexity and layering in our diverse field of work, from strategies to details. In 2012 he delivered his master thesis Looptopia, together with Mads Nermo, which since has been presented on different occasions – lastly at a meeting in the committee “How To Feed the Planet” in Paris, november 2012. He will be a part of the teaching team for the second time this fall, and will be focusing on tools in architecture presentation, information design and graphic design.


MADS NERMO
Teaching assistant
Department of Architectural Design, History and Technology,
Faculty of Architecture and Fine arts,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
madsnermo@gmail.com

M.Arch., working at Steinsvik Arkitektkontor AS in Tromsø and as a guest teacher at NTNU. Graduated the master-of-architecture-programme at NTNU with the master thesis titled "Looptopia Kirkenes" (www.looptopia.no) with Jostein Breines. The master thesis discuss important issues concerning sustainable development in rural areas and the relationship between regional planning and project design. The project focus on information design, linking important programs and presentations-of-data to a number of key projects in a regional strategy. He will be a part of the teaching team for the second time this fall, and will be focusing on tools in architecture presentation, information design and graphic design.