Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway

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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.

AI@IIR

By on 8 November 2018

The following document provides an overview of intelligent control engineering (ICE) and AI in education and research at the Department of ICT and Natural Sciences (IIR) at NTNU: ICE_AI_IIR.pdf The document demonstrates how the application of ICE and AI traces back to early 2000s, when department staff began using methods from AI in combination with cybernetics […]

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Medical Technology

By on 8 November 2018
Medical Technology

Within the field of medical technology, the CPS Lab has the following two focus areas: Biomechanics Neuroengineering The following CPS members are involved in medical technology research: Webjørn Rekdalsbakken, associate professor, IIR (research area coordinator) Robin T. Bye, associate professor, IIR Ottar L. Osen, associate professor, IIR Ibrahim A. Hameed, associate professor, IIR N. Varatharajan […]

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Blog

By on 1 October 2018

Autonomous Ships

By on 20 February 2018

Autonomous Ships is a strategic research project studying methods and technology for enabling autonomous operations of maritime vessels. The project employs methodology from the fields of cybernetics, AI, optimization, formal methods, and more to solve guidance, navigation, control, and path planning problems such as collision-free and safe autonomous ship docking, harbour maneuvering, and transit. Starting […]

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TEFT

By on 5 February 2018
TEFT

CPS member Ottar L. Osen was vital in initiating TEFT, a 20 MNOK research and development project related to service innovation, entrepreneurship, finance, and technology (“tjenesteinnovasjon, entreprenørskap, finans og teknologi”) sponsored by Sparebanken Møre and executed in cooperation between the Department of International Business (IIF) and the Department of ICT and Natural Sciences (IIR). The project […]

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Robotics

By on 23 January 2018
Robotics

A key research area for the CPS Lab is next-generation collaborative robots with a high degree of autonomy. The CPS Lab robot family Our department has invested in a large collection of robots over the years. For studying aspects of industrial, academic, and social robotics, we currently own or have access to the following robots: […]

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SoftICE presenting at January seminar on Digitalization at Ålesund high school

By on 12 January 2018 in Events, Seminars with 0 Comments
SoftICE presenting at January seminar on Digitalization at Ålesund high school

SoftICE members Ottar L. Osen and Robin T. Bye are presenting at the annual January seminar at Ålesund high school on Friday 12 January 2018. This year’s theme is digitalization. The seminar will take place both at Parken kulturhus and at Latinskolen. Osen will also take part in the panel discussion. The title of the […]

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CSEDU 2017 papers selected for special issue in CCIS Springer series

In April 2017, SoftICE members Ottar L. Osen and Robin T. Bye presented two papers on educational research at CSEDU 2017. According to the CSEDU website, “[t]he very best papers presented at this event are selected by the conference and program chairs of the event based on a number of criteria that include the classifications and […]

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Contact

By on 2 August 2017

This is just a short excerpt for the contact page.

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Brice Assimizele defends PhD thesis

By on 14 June 2017 in Events, Research with 0 Comments
Brice Assimizele defends PhD thesis

On 12 June 2017, Brice Assimizele defended his PhD thesis at Molde University College (MUC). The thesis is entitled Models and algorithms for optimal dynamic allocation of patrol tugs to oil tankers along the northern Norwegian coast and qualifies Dr. Assimizele to the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Logistics (Operations Research) –Specialized in Maritime Operations. […]

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