Research Group

Computing

Main board in the making

The research objective of the Computing (COMP) group is to develop and analyse fundamental technologies that enable the performance-sensitive computer systems and applications of the future.

The research activities of the Computing group range from basic research on unconventional computation and theoretical algorithms to application-oriented research in the areas of high-performance computing, bioinformatics, computer vision, graphics and search.

The Computing group covers all main abstraction levels of computer systems and consists of experts in computer architecture, system software, compilers, parallel computing, algorithms and visual computing. This makes the group ideally positioned for both in-depth studies in established fields and cross-disciplinary efforts spanning multiple abstraction levels.

Contact

Magnus Jahre

Magnus Jahre 
Head of research group

Publications

We aim to disseminate our research results to the scientific community through scientific publications. We publish at the highest international level.

View all Computing group publications

Projects

Our research activity is organised around research projects. Currently we contribute to the following projects.

EU Projects

National Projects

  • NFR: Programmable epigenetics (Epi++) | Pål Sætrom
  • VR: Leveraging Multi-Value Logic to Modulate Approximation in Future Nano Devices | Magnus Själander

Strategic Research Areas

Other Projects

Partners

Research and business partners associated with our research group.

Research Partners

  • St.Olav's Hospital
  • Sintef
  • Democritus University of Thrace
  • University of Houston
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • University of Cork

Industry Collaborations

We have a long history of cooperation with industry partners.

Our master students have a skill set that results in them having little difficulty in getting employed in Trondheim, the rest of Norway, or abroad.

Infrastructure

Laboratories and teaching areas used by our researchers and students.

Laboratories

 

Education

We educate students within: