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The University of Oslo and Simula renewed the partnership agreement. Simula has been collaborating with UiO ever since the beginning. The first formal agreement was signed in 2005, and was adjusted...
This year's symposium was held in downtown Oslo on May 29th, with the theme "The Norwegian Cybersecurity Workforce: Mind the Gap". The symposium was jointly organised by the NTNU...
Director of SSRI Marianne Aasen meets with the finalists. (Photo: Karoline Hagane/Simula)
Niels Henrik Abel's mathematical competition challenges students in the Norwegian school system to practice mathematical problem-solving. The finalists from the competition will compete...
MInister of Research and Higher Education Iselin Nybø, Minister of Justice, Public Security and Immigration Tor Mikkel Wara. Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane
The Minister of Research and Higher Education Iselin Nybø and the Minister of Justice, Public Security and Immigration Tor Mikkel Wara visited Simula yesterday. The purpose of the visit was to...
Dr. Kyrre Lekve (Simula) and Professor Katrin Franke (NTNU) at the opening of the 2017 Cyber Security Seminar. Photo: Simula
The 3rd Cyber and Information Security Symposium, jointly organized by the NTNU Center for Cyber and Information Security (NTNU CCIS) and Simula Research Laboratory (Simula) will take place on May...
A tiny subset of the Jupyter contributors and users that made Jupyter possible — Biannual development meeting, 2016, LBNL. (Photo: blog.jupyter.org)
Simula's Min Ragan-Kelley is among the 15 steering committee members, who are the official award winners. The ACM Software System Award is awarded annually to an institution or individual(s)...
Simula Metropolitan’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...

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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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Regjeringen har blinket ut tre spesielle satsingsområder som skal få 1,5 milliarder ekstra forskningskroner de kommende fire årene.
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