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Evju (left) is pictured shortly after his defense was declared successful, with the Dean representing the University of Oslo (middle) and Professor Are Magnus Bruaset, Head of the Simula School of Research and Innovation (right).
This Friday, Øyvind Evju became the 100th PhD candidate to defend his thesis at Simula. Joakim Sundnes, now a Senior Research Scientist, was the first to defend his thesis at Simula's Fornebu...
Øyvind Evju defends his thesis
On Friday January 13th, Øyvind Evju defended his PhD thesis "Computational hemodynamics in cerebral aneurysms: Robustness of rupture risk indicators under different model assumptions". The...
Gabriel Balaban (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
On Tuesday January 10th, Gabriel Balaban defended his PhD thesis "Adjoint Data Assimilation Methods for Cardiac Mechanics". The defense took place at 13.15 at Storstua, Simula. ...
Simula announces two scholarships for budding IT entrepreneurs. The two winners will each get NOK 500 000 in an entrepreneurial scholarship in order to develop their business idea. One of the...
Simula congratulates Aslak Bergersen after he recieves the best thesis award from the Norwegian Computing Centre. (Photo: Simula)
Simula congratulates PhD student Aslak Bergersen, who won the award for best Master's thesis in Mathematics and Computer science at the University of Oslo...
Hans Petter Langtangen. (Photo: Simula/Sverre Jarild)
Our friend and colleague, Professor Hans Petter Langtangen, passed away on October 10th.
Simula Innovation have been awarded 5MNOK by Innovation Norway, to be invested in promising startup companies in the pre-seed phase.


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En ny type bonusordning får tommelen opp fra både NHO-sjefen og likestillingsmin...
En ny type bonusordning får tommelen opp fra både NHO-sjefen og likestillingsmin...
Forskningsbedriften Simula verdsetter på en spesiell måte at ansatte føder barn, skriver Dagens Næringsliv (bak betalingsmur). Der gis en babybonus på 25.000 kroner.
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Marie Elisabeth Rognes og Trond Nordfjærn får 50 000 hver for sin forskning. Det er Det kongelige Norske Videnskabers Selskab som deler ut prisen i Trondheim fredag 2. mars.
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