Background and activities
My name is Robin T. Bye and I am an associate professor in automation engineering and head of the Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory (formerly Software and Intelligent Control Engineering Laboratory) at NTNU in Ålesund. Apart from teaching automation and computer engineering classes at both the bachelor and master level on topics such as artificial intelligence, cybernetics, microcontrollers, and intelligent systems, I also supervise PhD, master, and bachelor students on their thesis topics. My main research interests belong to areas such as intelligent control engineering, virtual prototyping, computational modelling and simulation of human movements, and dynamic resource allocation and operations research, as well as research in teaching and education.
Please visit my website at www.robinbye.com for more information about my professional activities, including my CV, research projects, and publications (the list below is autogenerated and not exhaustive).
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2018) Preventing environmental disasters from grounding accidents : a case study of tugboat positioning along the Norwegian coast. Journal of the Operational Research Society. vol. 69 (11).
- (2018) A Flipped Classroom Approach for Teaching a Master’s Course on Artificial Intelligence. Communications in Computer and Information Science. vol. 865.
- (2018) A Riemannian Geometry Theory of Three-Dimensional Binocular Visual Perception. Vision. vol. 2 (43).
- (2018) CommonLang: a DSL for defining robot tasks. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. vol. 2245.
- (2018) Proceedings of The 59th Conference on Simulation and Modelling (SIMS 59). Linköping University Electronic Press. 2018. ISBN 978-91-7685-494-5. Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings (1).
- (2018) Visualization and Collision Risk Assessment of Real Ships in a Mixed-Reality Environment using Live Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data. Proceedings of the European Conference on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
- (2018) Observations and Reflections on Teaching Electrical and Computer Engineering Courses. Computers Supported Education : 9th International Conference, CSEDU 2017, Porto, Portugal, April 21-23, 2017, Revised Selected Papers.
- (2017) A comparison between optimization algorithms applied to offshore crane design using an online crane prototyping tool. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing. vol. 533.
- (2017) The Teacher as a Facilitator for Learning - Flipped Classroom in a Master’s Course on Artificial Intelligence. CSEDU 2017 9th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPUTER SUPPORTED EDUCATION..
- (2017) An intelligent winch prototyping tool. Proceedings of the 31st European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS '17).
- (2015) Digital art application development: A project to increase motivation in systems development courses for bachelor students in computer engineering. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. vol. 9353.
- (2015) Konkurranse som driver for læring - erfaringer fra et emne i dataingeniørstudiet. NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi. vol. 23 (1).
- (2015) A Riemannian geometry theory of human movement: The geodesic synergy hypothesis. Human Movement Science. vol. 44.
- (2015) Aktiv læring i Mikrokontrollarar. UNIPED. vol. 38 (4).
- (2014) Development of adaptive locomotion of a caterpillar-like robot based on a sensory feedback CPG model. Advanced Robotics. vol. 28 (6).
- (2013) ECMS 2013 Conference Proceedings. 2013. ISBN 978-0-9564944-6-7.
- (2013) Proceedings 27th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation ECMS 2013, May 27th - May 30th, 2013, Ålesund, Norway. ECMS European Council for Modelling and Simulation. 2013. ISBN 978-0-9564944-6-7.
- (2012) A Receding Horizon Genetic Algorithm for Dynamic Resource Allocation: A Case Study on Optimal Positioning of Tugs. Studies in Computational Intelligence. vol. 399.
- (2010) The BUMP model of response planning: Intermittent predictive control accounts for 10 Hz physiological tremor. Human Movement Science. vol. 29 (5).
- Movement instruction
- Computer technology
- Electro-technical sciences
- Industrial and product design
- Information and communication technology
- Medical technology
- Technical cybernetics
- Artificial intelligence
- Intelligent systems
- Student activity
- Autonomous ships
- Computer-automated design
- Cyber-physical systems
- Machine Vision
- Autonomous systems
- Flipped classroom
- Virtual prototyping
- Brain research