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Group photo of the RegML '17 course attendees (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
On May 02-06, the Regularization Methods for Machine Learning (RegML) school was held at Simula. The biannual school has gained much popularity since originally initiated at University of Genova and...
Simula's Center for Resilient Networks and Applications (CRNA) performs long-term measurements of Norwegian mobile broadband networks. The measurements form the basis for an annual report on the...
Secondary school students from Sandvika high school
The Simula School of Research and Innovation (SSRI) offers programming courses for secondary students in the local area, through our youth outreach programme. Last week, SSRI hosted a course in...
Minister of Research and Education Torbjørn Røe Isaksen visits Simula (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, Minister of Research and Education, visited Simula today. The visit is a part of the revision of the long-term plan for research and higher education.
International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering 2017
In memory of our dear colleague and friend professor Hans Petter Langtangen who recently passed away, Simula Research Laboratory organizes an international conference on Computational Science and...
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In conjunction with the University of California San Diego, Simula Research Laboratory is pleased to announce the 4th edition of our annual Summer School in Computational Physiology. Please apply...
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RegML is a 22 hours advanced machine learning course including theory classes and practical laboratory sessions. The course is to be organised jointly with the University of Genova and MIT, and co-...

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Hvordan komme i gang med programmering i realfagene og hvordan bruke det i undervisningen? Det var tema for det første kræsjkurset i Python i regi av Tekna Realistene denne uken.
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Skal vi sikre at alle elever går ut av skolen med forståelse for hvordan programmering fungerer, må vi starte med lærerne. Følg seminar om temaet direkte fra Universitetet i Oslo mandag 12. november her.
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Forskningsrådet deler ut 196 millioner kroner til forskning på IKT-sikkerhet. - I verste fall kan noen koble Norge helt av internett, med dyptgripende konsekvenser for vår digitale hverdag, forklarer forskningsprofessor Haakon Bryhni for E24.
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