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Watch our new ELIXIR profile video to get an overview about ELIXIR. In it, Niklas Blomberg (ELIXIR Director), Ewan Birney (EMBL-EBI), Alfonso Valencia (ELIXIR Spain) and others explain what ELIXIR is and what it does, and Olav Lanes, Head of R&D at ArticZymes, explains why public data are so vital for innovation.
Five UiB scientists will receive over 100 million NOK from Bergen Research Foundation and the University of Bergen, who aim to lay the groundwork for world class research.
Advanced visualization is exploring new paths to reveal the function and structure of relevant natural phenomena or other artifacts of interest. Medicine, geoscience, and engineering are just three selected areas where new visualization research is needed. 3D Visualization World interviewed Dr. Helwig Hauser, professor in visualization at the Department of Informatics at the University of Bergen... Read more
Professor Michael Fellows loves mathematics, algorithms and computer science. The love resulted in not only ground-breaking research, but passion plays and true love.
The Department of Informatics cooperates with Simula Research Laboratory to increase data security in Norway. The partnership will materialize in a new company called Simula@UiB.
The new research school NORBIS aims to improve the PhD training in bioinformatics and biostatistics. Improved methods to gain more biological insight into the growing amount of biological data is the goal of the project.
Team from UiB won norwegian championship in programming.
Three students from the Department of Informatics, all master students in Algorithms, won the programming contest IDI Open 2014.
Every year the Meltzer foundation hands out prizes to young and exceptional researchers at the University of Bergen
The PhD education at the Department of informatics is organized under The Research School in Information and Communication Technology. Every year the school invites to a seminar where the PhD students learn presentation techniques and learn about each other's research.
This year's winter school will be held during March 19 - 21 in Finse.
Four researchers from the Algorithms group are co-authors of a paper recently accepted to STOC 2014.
At FOCS 2013, one of the two highest ranked conferences in Theoretical Computer Science, the following two papers will be presented, with co-authors associated to Bergen highlighted in boldface:
The team of Department of informatics that participated in the 21 km relay race at Bergen City Marathon on Saturday finished as number 46 out of 162 teams.
The university magazine, Hubro, has a story about algorithms in the next issue 1/2013, soon in print.
The team from University of Bergen was the best norwegian team during the North Western European Regional Programming Contest in Delft, November 23 - 25.
The best learning environment prize for 2012 at the University of Bergen is awarded to the Department of Informatics.

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