Cyber-Physical Systems Laboratory at NTNU in Ålesund, Norway

Publications

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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SoftICE presenting intelligent virtual prototyping at ECMS 2017

SoftICE presenting intelligent virtual prototyping at ECMS 2017

SoftICE members Robin T. Bye and Ibrahim A. Hameed will be presenting some recent research results on intelligent virtual prototyping of maritime winches in two scientific papers to be presented at the 31st European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS) 2017 in Budapest, Hungary, on 23–26 May. The papers are co-authored by the two abovementioned researchers together with SoftICE colleagues […]

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NTNU Ålesund students win prestigious automation engineering award on USVs for aqua farm inspection

By on 23 May 2017 in Awards, Conferences, Publications, Research with 0 Comments
NTNU Ålesund students win prestigious automation engineering award on USVs for aqua farm inspection

Better late than never! In February 2017, bachelor students of automation engineering at NTNU Ålesund, Albert Havnegjerde, Vegard Kamsvåg og Sveinung Liavaag, won the prestigious Norwegian national award for the best bachelor thesis 2016 on automatic control given by the Norwegian Society for Automatic Control (NFA). The students also co-wrote a paper based on their work […]

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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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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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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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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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