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.

SoftICE presents intelligent virtual prototyping and mind control at ECMS 2016

SoftICE presents intelligent virtual prototyping and mind control at ECMS 2016

SoftICE members Robin T. Bye, Ottar L. Osen, and Ibrahim A. Hameed will be presenting flaming hot research in four scientific papers to be presented at the 30th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS) 2016 to be hold in Regensburg, Germany on 31 May — 3 June. The papers are co-authored by the three abovementioned […]

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Seminar: A software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design

By on 29 April 2016 in Projects, Seminars with 1 Comment
Seminar: A software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye will today present recent research on intelligent computer-automated product design. The talk is called A software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design and is a based on a recent paper that will be presented at the 30th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS 2016) in Regensburg, Germany, in June. […]

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EEG brain control for ALS and stroke patients

By on 28 September 2015 in Neuroengineering, Projects with 1 Comment
EEG brain control for ALS and stroke patients

In the SoftICE lab, we have had several bachelor projects over the years that have examined how to use inexpensive commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) electroencephalography (EEG) equipment to enable brain control in virtual environments. Specifically, we have been using the scientific version of the Emotiv Epoc EEG headset, which has 14 sensors that measure raw EEG signals […]

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A Riemannian field theory of human movements

By on 22 September 2015 in Neuroengineering, Publications with 0 Comments
A Riemannian field theory of human movements

Building on his PhD work in neuroengineering and modelling and simulation of human movement control systems, SoftICE member Robin T. Bye has together with researchers Peter D. Neilson and Megan D. Neilson from the Neuroengineering Laboratory at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, co-authored a paper about a Riemannian theory of the entire human […]

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Parallel Randomness

By on 25 June 2015 in Publications with 0 Comments
Parallel Randomness

My latest paper Evaluation of splittable pseudo-random generators has appeared online last week in the Journal of Functional Programming. What is the big deal of randomness? Randomness is the key to several common applications of computers, including games and secure communication to name but two of the most obvious ones. Games, such as lotteries and […]

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Seminar: The New Visualisation Lab – The What and the How

By on 16 June 2015 in Education, Research, Seminars with 0 Comments

SoftICE member Arne Styve will tomorrow Wednesday 17 June give a brief presentation of the background for the new state-of-the-art visualisation lab at Aalesund University College, the technologies used, and the plans and the vision. The lab will be at the core for research and education purposes across all faculties at AAUC, and central the […]

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Seminar: Environmental Disasters from Grounding Accidents: A Case Study of Tugboat Positioning along the Norwegian Coast

By on 13 May 2015 in Projects, Seminars, Uncategorized with 0 Comments

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye together with PhD student Brice Assimizele will today present an introductory talk by Bye on the DRAMA research project as well as recent research on tug fleet optimisation (TFO). The main talk is by Assimizele and is called Environmental Disasters from Grounding Accidents: A Case Study of Tugboat Positioning along the Norwegian […]

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Seminar: A Computer-automated Design Tool for Intelligent Virtual Prototyping of Offshore Cranes

By on 6 May 2015 in Projects, Seminars with 0 Comments

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye will today present recent research on virtual prototyping of offshore cranes. The talk is called A Computer-automated Design Tool for Intelligent Virtual Prototyping of Offshore Cranes and is a based on a recent paper that will be presented at the 29th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS 2015) in Varna, Bulgary, […]

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ONSITE – Design driven field studies for safer demanding marine operations

By on 25 March 2015 in Projects with 0 Comments

SoftICE takes part in the ONSITE project, which is headed by the Ocean Industries Concept Lab at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. We had the kick-off meeting 24 March 2015 with project partners from DNV GL, Ulstein Group, and Pon Power AS. ONSITE seeks to strengthen the Norwegian maritime industry by securing an […]

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Paper on intelligent virtual prototyping of offshore cranes accepted for ECMS 2015

By on 25 March 2015 in Conferences, Publications, Research with 1 Comment
Paper on intelligent virtual prototyping of offshore cranes accepted for ECMS 2015

SoftICE members Robin T. Bye and Ottar L. Osen have together with eminent automation student Birger Skogeng Pedersen written a scientific research paper called “A Computer-Automated Design Tool for Intelligent Virtual Prototyping of Offshore Cranes.” The paper has been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in the Proceedings of the 29th European Conference on Modelling and […]

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