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With over 10 000 downloads per chapter, "Solving PDEs in Python: The FEniCS Tutorial I" by Hans Petter Langtangen and Anders Logg is one of the most downloaded open-access books in all of...
Julia Vibe (Photo: Private)
On Monday February 5th, Julia Vibe defended her PhD thesis "Vertical plate motions in the West Siberian Basin and Northern Europe as indicators of mantle-induced dynamic topography". The...
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Oslo and Akershus University college was today granted status as a university with the name OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (“OsloMet – storbyuniversitet” in Norwegian). Simula Research...
Henrik Nicolay Finsberg (Photo: Simula)
On Wednesday January 17th, Henrik Nicolay Finsberg defended his PhD thesis "Patient-Specific Computational Modeling of Cardiac Mechanics". The defense took place at 13:15 at Storstua,...
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Simula has been granted funding for nine additional doctoral candidates. 50 doctoral candidates have been distributed across academic institutions, and nearly half of them are earmarked for ICT...
From left to right: Trond Vidar Stensby and Are Magnus Bruaset (both Kalkulo), together with Bjørn Poul Ringvold and Jakob Skogseid (both Statoil). Skogseid and Stensby have been fundamental to the conceptual and technical development of 4DPlates.
On December 20th, 2017, Kalkulo and Statoil signed a license agreement that allows Kalkulo to commercialise 4DPlates, a software-based technology for advanced geological modelling, and the result of...
Summer interns of 2017 relaxing at Simula (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
A summer internship with Simula is a great way to kick off your research career, or to bulk up your resume while contributing to cutting edge research. Apply before February 1st, 2018.


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