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Dr. Marie Rognes
The Young Academy of Norway is a new, interdisciplinary, Norwegian Academy of Sciences dedicated to young researchers.
Amir Reza presents his thesis
On Thursday, 24th, September, Amir Reza Yazdanshenas sucessfully defended his PhD thesis Towards System-Wide Analysis of Heterogeneous Component-Based Software Systems.
On 28 August 2015, Jonathan Feinberg successfully defended his PhD thesis "Some improvements and Applications of Non-intrusive Polynomial Chaos Expansions". The defense took place at 13:15...
On Wednesday August 26th 2015, Morten Mossige successfully defend his PhD thesis "Testing Robotics Software using Constraint Programming in a Continuous Integration Process". The defense...
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Simula Research Laboratory cordially invites interested parties to a scientific seminar on IMSI-catchers on Wednesday 26th of August. Please read on for sign-up and programme.
Secretary General Trond Fevolden of the Ministry of Research and Education honours the award winners Marie Rognes and Simon Funke. (Photo: Sverre Jarild)
The prestigious ”Wilkinson Prize for Numerical Software” is awarded to the Simula research scientists Marie Rognes and Simon Funke, together with their collaborators in the UK, for the development of...
From the right: Ole Petter Ottersen, principal of UiO, Kim Barrett, Dean of the Graduate Division at UCSD, and Aslak Tveito, Managing Director of Simula.
The Norwegian government granted funding for a unique Norwegian-American collaboration on research and education this fall. The SUURPh programme was recently formally opened at Simula Research...

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