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Prorector Morten Irgens, Director of the Simula Garage Christian Bjerke, and Rector Curt Rice of OsloMet. (Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim)
The Simula Garage, or Gründergarasjen, is a work space and competence centre where entrepreneurs can get their businesses started for free. The Garage is expanding and opened a new branch at OsloMet...
PhD students at Simula. (Photo: Bård Gudim)
Last year, a record 17 PhD students under Simula supervision completed their PhD. In total, 115 PhD students have completed their thesis at Simula since 2001.
The newest volume of the Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing is now available for download. This book illuminates our unrealistic assumptions about time and helps us avoid making overoptimistic time...
Baby Bonus cake (Photo: Karoline Hagane/Simula)
Simula will provide new parents with a one-time 25 000 NOK payout. The Baby Bonus is an initiative that aims to strengthen a family-friendly working environment and support new parents in balancing...
Professor Olav Lysne (Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim)
The latest volume of the Simula SpringerBriefs on Computing is now available for download. The book aims to answer two questions: Can electronic equipment from untrusted vendors be verified? Can an...
Marie Rognes. Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim
The prize is awarded annually to researchers in Norway below the age of 40 who have accomplished exceptional results within their field, with documented originality and talent.
A California beach
In conjunction with the University of California San Diego and UiO, Simula Research Laboratory is pleased to announce the 5th edition of our annual Summer School in Computational Physiology. Please...

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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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Khrono
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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E24
Regjeringen har blinket ut tre spesielle satsingsområder som skal få 1,5 milliarder ekstra forskningskroner de kommende fire årene.
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Dn.no