Mikael holds a MSc Degree from NTNU (graduated 2014) and Bachelor Degree from HiT (Høgskolen i Telemark). With Mikaels background in Civil Engineering, his interests lie within the fields of Structural Engineering and Mechanics. His first few years was spent on the Hebron project, where he was lead on the test programme for the Tubular bearings in the TS connection. Mikael was partly stationed in Canada during his first years. His current position is research engineer where the focus is on calculation methods and code requirements for cracks in concrete (click here for more information on research program). Furthermore, Mikaels interests include constructability issues, as he is also a certified technician with experience on the field.