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International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering 2017 (Illustration: cseconf2017.simula.no)
CSEConf17 is an international conference on computational science and engineering organised in honour of the late Professor Hans Petter Langtangen. The main topics for the conference will be software...
Marie Rognes (Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim)
On Tuesday September 26 Marie Rognes will be speaking at the Cutting Edge Festival in Oslo. Simula is one of the sponsors of the festival, and representatives from The Simula Garage (Gründergarasjen...
Thomas Rolfsnes (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
On Friday September 1st, Thomas Gramstad Rolfsnes defended his PhD thesis "Improving History-Based Recommendation Systems for Software Evolution". The defense took place at 13:15 at...
Deepak Dwarakanath (Photo: Simula/Karoline Hagane)
On Wednesday August 30th, Deepak Dwarakanath defended his PhD thesis "Robustness of Feature Based Calibration in New Age 3D Applications". The defense took place at 13.15 at Storstua,...
Dzugias Baltrunas
On Thursday 17. August, Džiugas Baltrūnas defended his PhD thesis "On Reliability in Mobile Broadband Networks". The defense took place at 13.15 at Storstua, Simula. ...
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Out of 92 applications, 19 projects have been invited to contract negotiations in the fifth round of national investments in research infrastructure. Simula's project on exascale computing is...
Alessio Lavecchia
On 30 June 2017, Alessio Lavecchia successfully defended his PhD thesis "Continental rift formation and transition to oceanic seafloor spreading: a case study of the Afar triple junction"...

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Hvordan komme i gang med programmering i realfagene og hvordan bruke det i undervisningen? Det var tema for det første kræsjkurset i Python i regi av Tekna Realistene denne uken.
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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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