David Cameron

Centre Coordinator
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Phone +47 22 85 04 46
Mobile phone + 47 48084637
Room 8463
Visiting address Gaustadaleen 23B Staircase D 8th Floor

Research Interests

  • Computer-aided process engineering.
  • Integrated operations.
  • Decision support for industrial operations.
  • Simulation.
  • Optimisation.
  • Control systems.
  • Industrial application of information technology.


1987 B.Eng. (Hons I and Medal) in Chemical Engineering, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia

1991 Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge.

Work Experience

2013-2015 Director, Petroleum Energy and Industry, Sopra Steria AS

2011-2015 Senior Managing Consultant, Chemicals & Petroleum, IBM

2010-2011 Product Manager, Dynamic Simulation Solutions, Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies

2009-2010 Manager Technology Development, Kongsberg Oil & Gas Technologies

2007-2009 Chief Engineer, Kongsberg Maritime

2005-2006 Director, Research & Development, Fantoft Process Technologies AS

2001-2005 Development Manager, Fantoft Prosess AS

2000-2001 Technical Manager Control and Optimisation, Fantoft Prosess AS

1999-2000 Principal Research Engineer, Norsk Hydro

1993-1999 Senior Research Engineer, Norsk Hydro

1992-1993 Research Engineer, BHP Corporate Research

1987-1992 Engineer, BHP Corporate Research

1982-1986 Chemical Engineering Trainee, BHP Steel

Tags: SIRIUS - Centre for Research-driven Innovation, semantic technologies, digitalisation, oil and gas, automation


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  • Cameron, David Bruce (2017). Digitalization in the Natural Resources Industry: A Challenge and an Opportunity.
  • Cameron, David Bruce (2017). Digitalization: How can we mix the ”new oil” and the old oil? The role of IT research. Show summary
  • Cameron, David Bruce (2017). Getting the Dinosaurs to Dance: Innovation culture meets academia and the oil and gas industry.
  • Cameron, David Bruce (2017). Successful big data projects.
  • Cameron, David Bruce; Waaler, Arild; Hovland, Dag & Skjæveland, Martin G (2017). Practical Knowledge Representation for Data Access to Subsurface Data: The Achievements and Potential of the Optique Platform.

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Published Nov. 18, 2015 11:34 AM - Last modified May 12, 2017 1:08 PM