Simula has institutional partnerships with educational institutions, both in Norway and abroad. Several of these partnerships have solidified into joint research centres and PhD-training programs, while others focus on continuing education and outreach projects. These partnerships are listed below.
For more information about Simula's educational collaborators and partners, please see here.
Joint research centers
Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering (SimulaMet) is a collaborative research center jointly owned by Simula and Oslo Metropolitan University. SimulaMet conducts research and educates Masters students and PhD candidates in digital engineering. (More information)
Simula UiB is a collaborative research center jointly owned by Simula and the University of Bergen. Simula UiB conducts research and educates Masters students and PhD candidates in cybersecurity. (More information)
Simula@BI is a collaboration between Simula and BI that focuses on applied and fundamental research in data science, with focus on applications in the intersection between business and data science. Simula@BI educates Masters students.
Joint research & PhD training program
SUURPh is a collaborative reesarch and PhD training program involving Simula, the University of Oslo (UiO), and the University of California San Diego (UCSD). In addition to training cohorts of 8-10 PhD students, all of whom spend a significant portion of their research time at UCSD, SUURPh also organises an annual summer school in computational physiology (SSCP).
Continuing education & outreach projects
Simula Learning and Østfold University College (HiØ) run a joint life-long learning program that teaches coding literacy to teachers.
Simula Learning and Andøya Space Education regularly arrange different outreach activities in astrophysics and other science activities.