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 presenting pedagogical research at STEM-conference

By on 18 March 2015 in Conferences, Education, Publications, Research with 0 Comments

SoftICE members Hans Georg Schaathun and Robin T. Bye together with first author Welie A. Schaathun will be presenting pedagogical research on “Active Learning Using Microcontrollers (Aktiv læring i Mikrokontrollarar)” at the Norwegian STEM conference in Bergen 18-19 March (MNT-konferansen 2015). AAUC is also represented with other work, including “Development and Testing of Method to […]

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DRAMA project completed

By on 13 March 2015 in Projects, Research with 0 Comments
DRAMA project completed

The research project Dynamic Resource Allocation with Maritime Application (DRAMA) was funded by Regionalt Forskningsfond (RFF) Midt-Norge and the Research Council of Norway,  grant no. ES504913. A complete final report can be downloaded here. The project was officially ended during summer 2014, although work has continued since then through a PhD candidate, Brice Assimizele, and […]

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Master in Simulation and Visualisation

By on 12 March 2015 in Education with 0 Comments
Master in Simulation and Visualisation

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. The master programme that SoftICE is involved in is the new Master in Simulation and Visualisation, which says that Industry and […]

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PhD position in computing available

By on 11 March 2015 in Vacancies with 0 Comments

A PhD position in computing is available in the SoftICE lab (please see information below). To submit an application, please go here. Important dates Application deadline: 22.03.2015 Expected Start Date: 01.08.2015

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

By on 11 March 2015 in Conferences with 0 Comments
SoftICE members chairing the Joint IT Conference 2015 (NIK-NOKOBIT-NISK-UDIT)

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. NIK, NOKOBIT, and NISK are well established, […]

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Seminars by the SoftICE lab

By on 10 March 2015 in Seminars with 0 Comments

We have added a page with upcoming and past seminars. Please bookmark! Dates have not been set yet for the upcoming spring seminars but will come shortly. Past and planned seminars so far include work on virtual prototyping of offshore cranes, tug fleet optimisation algorithms, and pedagogical research.

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SoftICE blog

By on 27 January 2015 in SoftICE with 0 Comments

The SoftICE lab was formed during autumn 2014. Today is the start of our blog, which has been created adherring to the principle «don’t get it right, get it written». Over time we will provide glimpses of our research. Or so we hope. A research lab with a fancy acronym (SoftICE) is an attempt to consolidate a […]

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