Carl M. Larsen
Carl M. Larsen was born in 1945 and obtained a siv.ing. (M.S.) degree in naval architecture, Nth degree, (later NTNU) in 1970 and a dr.ing. in marine technology (also Nth) in 1976. He is currently Professor of marine structures with stochastic dynamic response of slender marine structures and hydroelasticity as main research fields. He has in particular been working on vortex-induced vibrations during the latest years. He has been member of 5 International Ship and Offshore Structure Committees (ISSCs) including 2 as Chairman. He has been Visiting Professor for one year at University of Michigan, US, and also Visiting Expert at Elf Aquitaine, Pau (one year) and Statoil (5 months). Larsen has engaged in active research cooperation that has resulted in joint publications with colleagues at MIT, University of Michigan and University College of London. He has educated 10 dr. ing. and is presently supervising 4 dr.ing. students. He has authored approximately 65 papers in scientific journals, conferences, and books and given 6 invited lectures at international conferences. He has been active in commercial research projects through SINTEF and MARINTEK. This work has resulted in more than 40 reports. Larsen has served as Dean of the Faculty of Marine Technology for three years and has served in several university committees and working groups.
Biography Updated on 31 May 2012