DNA sequence (Illustration: Colourbox)
Simula Research Laboratory is part of an international group of scientists from 6 countries that are bringing together their expertise to develop a combined experimental and systems biology platform…
Anti-Fragile ICT Systems
Professor Kjell Jørgen Hole recently published the first book in the series on Simula Springerbriefs on Computing, and the first book to exclusively introduce anti-fragile systems.
Head of Simula@UiB, Professor Kjell J. Hole
The research centre Simula@UiB was opened on April 7th. The centre will focus on the security of ICT infrastructure and is headed by Professor Kjell J. Hole (pictured).
SUURPh students enjoying the Californian beach
Over 4 days in the beginning of April, students, advisors and other main stakeholders in the SUURPh programme gathered in La Jolla, close to the University campus in San Diego, for the inaugural…
CRNA Report on the Robustness of Mobile Networks
Simula's Center for Resilient Networks and Applications (CRNA) performs long-term measurements of Norwegian mobile broadband networks. The measurements form the basis for an annual report on the…
The Simula Board. Photo by Simula/Bård Gudim
The annual accounts for Simula Research Laboratory were approved by the Board of Directors 9 March 2016.
Marie Rognes, Head of BioComp at Simula. (Photo: Sverre Jarild/Simula)
Siden 2010 har ledelsen ved Simula jobbet målbevisst med å øke kvinneandelen ved Simula. Innsatsen har lønnet seg, og det er nå nesten 30 prosent kvinner blant Simulas forskere, godt over…
Kristin Vinje og Anita Krohn Traaseth
Lederansvaret i Simula førte til store muligheter i næringslivet og politikken for Anita Krohn Traaseth og Kristin Vinje.
Professor Olav Lysne (Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim)
The Ministry of Defense has appointed a committee that are to investigate key issues related to the access to retrieve information from the telephone and data traffic going in and out of Norway. The…
Kjetil Raaen is being congratulated, having defended his PhD
On Monday 7th of March, Kjetil Raaen defended his PhD thesis "Response time in games: Requirements and improvements". The defense took place at 13:15 in Storstua at Simula.…