Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway

About

The Cyber-Physical Systems Lab (formerly SoftICE Lab) at the Department of ICT and Natural Sciences at NTNU in Ålesund consists of members who are affiliated with the bachelor programmes in computingautomation and power systems, and the master programme in simulation and visualisation. Our research interests are fueled by practical needs in local industry, in particular, the world-leading Blue Maritime Cluster (GCE), which has it geographical heart just across the road from campus in the Norwegian Maritime Competence Center (NMK).

Inge, our Pepper robot, was invited to the opening of the Telenor-NTNU AI-Lab.

Research areas

The CPS Lab focuses on the following research areas:

  • Maritime Technology
  • Medical Technology
  • Educational Technology

Specificially, members of the CPS Lab participate in the following research topics:

More details about our work can be found in our publications or obtained by visiting one of our seminars.

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