Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway

Master in Simulation and Visualisation

By on 12 March 2015 in Education with 0 Comments

On Wednesday 11 March, Aalesund University College invited students, professionals, and others interested in commencing master studies at AAUC to our campus for a half-day seminar filled with invited talks and presentations of our master programmes.

Students using the Oculus Rift glasses for virtual reality.


The master programme that SoftICE is involved in is the new Master in Simulation and Visualisation, which says that

Industry and society is getting more complex, providing engineers with new challenges. Simulation and visualization are powerful tools to test new ideas, to optimize performance of systems, and to provide support for making decisions. They are also used to analyze big amounts of data, and to connect information to real and virtual landscapes and cities. The use is rapidly increasing in industry, in public planning and management, as well as widely used in dedicated simulators to train pilots, sea captains and police.

Please visit the link to read more, and please apply before 15 April!
Photos from the seminars:

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Geir Atle Storhaug, Senior Systems Engineer at Offshore Simulator Centre (OSC) and part-time Assistant Professor at AAUC, talks about the usefulness of completing the Master in Simulation and Visualisation when working in the industry.


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Assistant Professor and SoftICE member Arne Styve (formerly employed at OSC) talks about job opportunities in simulation and visualisation.


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Potential master students pay careful attention while AAUC staff are busy with their mobile and laptop! 😉


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Professor and head of the SoftICE lab, Hans Georg Schaathun, talks about artificial intelligence and two of our master courses in AI.


 
 

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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