MONROE’s objective is to design and operate the first European transnational open platform for independent, large-scale monitoring and assessment of performance of MBB networks in heterogeneous environments.
The MONROE project now accepts proposals in its first open call. Application deadline is March 15, 2016.
A California beach
In conjunction with the University of California San Diego, Simula Research Laboratory is pleased to announce the 3rd edition of our annual Summer School in Computational Physiology.
Jessica Menold teaches a group of students
Simula Research Laboratory welcomes PhD students at Norwegian research institutions to Communicating Scientific Research 2016, a national PhD course on how to efficiently communicate science and…
Lightbulb drawn on blackboard
Following several years of strong participation in the FRINATEK program offered by the Research Council of Norway, Simula has for the second year in row secured five new projects in this very…
Erik Rogstad has defended his PHD
On Friday 29th of January, Erik Rogstad defended his PhD thesis "Automated regression testing of database applications". The defense took place at 13:00 in Storstua at Simula.…
Hans Petter Langtangen
Professor Hans Petter Langtangen receives an award from the Olav Thon foundation.
Pengpeng Ni has defended her thesis.
On the 18th of January 2016, Pengpeng Ni successfully defended her PhD thesis “Visual Perception of Scalable Video Streaming: Applied to Mobile Scenarios". The defense took place at 12:15, “…
Deputy Director Kyrre Lekve (Photo: Simula/Bård Gudim)
Deputy Managing Director of Simula, Kyrre Lekve, has visited six countries and eleven research organisations to investigate how fundamental research is organised outside the University sector in…
Mohammed Sourouri has defended his thesis.
On Thursday, December 17th, Mohammed Sourouri successfully defended his PhD thesis Scalable Heterogeneous Supercomputing: Programming Methodologies and Automated Code Generation. The defense took…
Magne Jørgensen (Photo: Sverre Jarild)
Simula researcher Magne Jørgensen is a member of the new council, which will contribute to the quality of government funded ICT projects from January 1st, 2016.