About SSRI

SSRI provided researcher training and educational opportunities Simula. This has now changed.

Educational opportunities at Simula, from the master to the postdoctoral level, were previously organized within SSRI. Following a recent reorganisation, the outreach and group-level training activities have separated into two new units:

Simula Learning - helps companies with developing digital skills, such as cybersecurity, coding literacy and machine learning. They provide the skills needed to be up to date in today's digital world (more information).

Simula Academy - provides courses and training opportunities for summer interns, master's students, PhD candidates and postdocs, researchers and other employee groups to develop the skills needed to become experts and leaders in their field (more information).

Shortcuts:

  • MSc students - if you have started your master's degree, you can apply to write your thesis under supervision from a Simula researcher. For information about doing your MSc thesis research at Simula, please see here.
  • Summer interns - Every year we also announce available internships for the coming summer.
  • PhD and Postdocs - available positions are listed on our careers page. For information about being a PhD candidate or postdoc at Simula, please see here.
  • Outreach - the Prepare program aims to increase the engagement in science among the youth in the local community. For more information, please see here.
  • Continuing education - life-long learning courses are offered through Simula Learning. The CodeSchool (Kodeskolen) offer courses in programming (Python), specially designed for teachers and other target groups.

About SSRI & Simula Learning

SSRI (the Simula School of Research and Innovation) is a company owned by Simula Research Laboratory, Equinor, Bærum municipality, and Telenor ASA. SSRI has recently changed its name to Simula Learning, and going forward the company's main activity will be lifelong learning on digital competence. Marianne Aasen will continue as director.