Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway

SoftICE members chairing the Joint IT Conference 2015 (NIK-NOKOBIT-NISK-UDIT)

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Three SoftICE members, Hans Georg Schaathun, Arne Styve, and Robin T. Bye, are co-chairing the Joint IT Conference 2015 (Felles IT-konferanse 2015) together with AAUC colleague Anniken Karlsen. The conference, which consists of four co-located conferences (NIK, NOKOBIT, NISK, and UDIT), takes place in Ålesund on 23-25 November.

Town of Ålesund.


NIK, NOKOBIT, and NISK are well established, Norwegian, academic conferences within different branches of computing and IT.
The art noveau city and its surrounding region is home to a long range of high technology companies, especially within the maritime industry. Aalesund University College has an active role in the maritime cluster (Global Centre of Expertise). Among computing related innovations, we find increasing use of simulation and visualisation, both for training on demanding marine operations and for virtual prototyping used in the design and development process, as well as artificial intelligence and cybernetics in control systems.
Important dates:

  • Submission deadline (NIK/NOKOBIT/UDIT): 1/7/15
  • Deadline for proposals for workshops and other programme items: 1/8/15
  • Submission deadline (NISK): 31/8/15
  • Author notification : 21/9/15
  • Camera-ready papers: 9/10/15
  • Conference: 23-25/11/15

Please see the conference website for more information, and please submit a paper!
Follow the conference on Twitter and Facebook, and please hashtag us: #itkonferanse2015

My name is Robin T. Bye and I am an associate professor in automation engineering at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway. In addition to teaching and supervision, I am the head of the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab. My research interests belong to the broad areas of cybernetics, artificial intelligence, neuroengineering, and education.

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About the Author: My name is Robin T. Bye and I am an associate professor in automation engineering at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway. In addition to teaching and supervision, I am the head of the Cyber-Physical Systems Lab. My research interests belong to the broad areas of cybernetics, artificial intelligence, neuroengineering, and education. .

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