Biography Ingrid Måge
I have worked as a senior scientist at Nofima since 2008. My fields of research are multivariate data analysis and design of experiments. In my research I focus on multi-block methods(or data fusion) and multivariate ANOVA. I work mainly with applications in process modelling, and am dedicated to developing methods and strategies for data analysis that provide increased insight and value creation in real applications. Interpretation and understanding are just as important as good predictions. Much of my research revolves around methods of characterising and handling raw material variation in the food industry, as well as better utilization of the large amounts of data collected throughout the value chain.I also work with multivariate analysis of intervention studies, mainly related to gut microbiota. In this context, interpretation and visualization of results is crucial.
I have a master degree from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, 2002), and a PhD from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB, 2006). After my doctorate, I worked for a period in CAMO Software (2006-2008) before joining Nofima.
Ingrid Måge has 50 publications at Nofima:
1. January 2021 – 31. December 2025
Precision will develop enabling technology and knowledge, which will improve and modernize the existing land-based food industry. The novel biotechnological methodology to be developed will in long term potentially be the foundation of a new kind of Norwegian food industry that will produce tomorrow's food in a smart, sustainable and innovative way.
1. November 2020 – 31. October 2028
Digital Food Quality (short named DigiFoods) is a centre for research-based innovation (SFI) with the purpose of developing smart sensor solutions for food quality assessment directly in the processing lines, throughout the food value chains. The obtained food quality information will be used for optimization of both processes and value chains and make the food industry more efficient and sustainable.
1. January 2019 – 31. December 2021
How can digitalisation help us assess fish welfare?
1. July 2018 – 30. June 2021
The main goal in Smartbio is to develop novel process analytical technology, which will lead to new product innovations in the Enzymatic protein hydrolysis (EPH).
1. April 2017 – 30. April 2020
Food companies need better control over their production processes in order to improve raw material utilization and obtain stable and good product quality. OPTIMAT will use Big Data Analytics to identify important relationships between raw material quality, processing and end-product quality. .
9. February 2017 – 31. December 2022
Over almost 40 years, Nofima has built up a strong scientific community in the field of spectroscopy - rapid and non-destructive measurements for process optimization. We possess solid expertise within an international format and a modern instrument platform, which is unique in Norway and comparable to the best in Europe. We wish to develop this further by means of establishing the strategic research initiative Spectec.
1. January 2017 – 31. December 2020
The main goal of the strategic research program FoodMicro-Pack is to contribute to production and offering of safe and durable food, optimal packaging concepts and reduced food waste in the Norwegian food sector.
1. January 2016 – 31. December 2022
With the use of modern, research-based process technology and expertise, unused or under utilized biomass of marine or terrestrial origin can be used for new, marketable products. We coordinate, develop and increase Nofima’s total expertise related to the future of sustainable protein production. Peptek is a strategic research initiative focused on sustainability, total utilization, food safety and future food security.