June 4, 2021

Sigurd Skogestad

Sigurd Skogestad

Teaching Responsibilities

I am responsible for the course Process Control (approx. 60 students each year).

In addition, I teach a “crash course” in process control (about 6 lectures) as part of the course Separasjonsteknikk.

I also coteach two modules for the 5th year specialization: Advanced process control and sometimes Special topics (distillation) .

In the years 2009-2017 I taught the distillation, absorption and extraction part (50%) of the course TKP4105 Separation Technology for the 3rd year Chemical Engineering students.

In the years 1998-2003 and also in 2018, I taught the course TKP4120 Prosessteknikk (Material and energy balances) for students in the 2nd (or 1st) year of Chemical Engineering and 3rd year of petroleum engineering. The course is based on my text book.

Every year I offer a PhD course based on my book on Multivariable feedback control: KP8115. Advanced process control

In the years 1989-1999: PhD course (at Division of Electrical Engineering): 43917 Multivariable Frequency Analysis (approx. 10 students each year). The course is now replaced by a 4th year course on "Advanced Control of Industrial Processes" by Professor Morten Hovd.