Bernardo Lino de Oliveira
On Wednesday, 5th of November, Bernardo Lino de Oliveira successfully defended his PhD thesis Computational Models for Cardiac Electromechanics.
Slow internet?
European Researchers collaborate in a project coordinated by Simula Research Laboratory, aiming to reduce Internet delays.
Ragnhild Eg
On Thursday, October 30 2014, Ragnhild Eg successfully defended her PhD thesis Preserving temporal integration in multimedia: Perceived synchrony across audiovisual content and quality distortions.
Pictured: Bente Thorsen (FrP), Kristin Vinje (H), and Professor Aslak Tveito.
The Norwegian Government has allocated an annual grant of NOK 10 million to formalise the education of ICT graduates, in collaboration with the best research environments in the world.
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Simula Research Laboratory has been granted four projects through the EU-financed Horizon2020 programme, the largest historical investment in research and innovation by the EU.
Simula Research Laboratory would like to cordially invite you to a keynote lecture given by Professor Yoram Rudy, an internationally-recognized scientist in the field of cardiac electrophysiology.
Bartosz Bogdański
On 12th August 2014 Bartosz Bogdański successfully defended his PhD thesis Optimized Routing for Fat-Tree Topologies. The defense took place at at 13:15 in Storstua at Simula Research Laboratory.
From left to right: Professor Are Magnus Bruaset, Dr. Øyvind Hjelle, Professor Xing Cai.
On Thursday the 3rd of July, Øyvind Hjelle defended his doctoral thesis A Hamilton-Jacobi Framework for Modeling Geological Folding and Deformation. The defense took place at Delft University of…
Young at Fornebu
On the evening of Wednesday, June 25th, Simula hosted "Young at Fornebu" at Technopolis, a networking event for young employees and especially summer interns based at Fornebu.…
Dr. Molly Maleckar, Director of SSRI
The University of California San Diego (UC San Diego), the University of Oslo (UiO), and Simula Research Laboratory are currently hosting a joint summer school in computational physiology.