Department of Computer and Information Science

Research

Wearable computing. PhotoHigh competence within a broad spectrum of Computer and Information Science. To offer the best education in the country and conduct top of the line research, one needs to understand the complexities and correlations between the subfields.

Research Projects

We explore the frontiers of research in joint research projects from EU, the Research Council of Norway, and other partners.

EU Projects

Our FW7, Horizon2020, and EEA projects.

AMIDST Automated analysis of massive data streams Helge Langseth
CloudLightning Self-organizing heterogeneous clouds Anne C. Elster
HaBiT Harvesting big text data for under-resourced languages Björn Gambäck
LinkedDesign Integrated product lifecycle information system for manufacturing design John Krogstie
NASCENCE Nanoscale engineering for novel computation using evolution Gunnar Tufte
Ocean-Certain Impact of climatic and non-climatic factors on oceanic food production Pinar Özturk
PRESIOUS Degradation assessment and restoration and of cultural heritage objects Theoharis Theoharis
READEX Energy-efficient high-performance (exascale) computing Magnus Jahre

Norwegian Projects

Projects from the Research Council of Norway (NFR) and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad).

Agile 2.0 Next generation agile development methods Torgeir Dingsøyr
CLARINO Common language resources and technology infrastructure in Norway Björn Gambäck
Doil Digital Oil Eric Monteiro
Epi++ Programmable epigenetics Pål Sætrom
ExiBiDa Exploring New Dimensions in Big Data Kjetil Nørvåg
Join Game 2 National computer games resource network Alf Inge Wang
NORHED Linguistic Capacity Building Björn Gambäck
SUSS Agile development of safety-critical software Tor Stålhane

Centres for Research-based Innovation (SFI)

Strategic Research Areas at the IME faculty

Industry Partners

We are proud of our collaboration with our industry partners:

  • Norwegian Public Roads Administration / Statens Vegvesen
  • Schlumberger
  • Telenor
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