Department of Informatics

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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.
The Department of Informatics warmly welcomes all new and previous students to a new semester. We hope everyone will have a fun and rich start of the semester.
Saket Saurabh has been awarded an ERC Starting Grant of 13 million NOK. Saurabh will establish his group at the Department of Informatics, University of Bergen.
Two papers with co-authors from the Algorithms group at the Department of informatics are accepted to FOCS 2012.
At the Department of Informatics in Bergen you can study together with some of the best ICT-researchers in Norway. According to the international expert committee which evaluated the ICT research in Norway on behalf of the Norwegian Research Council, the Department of Informatics in Bergen is the best in the country.
The 2011 Emil Artin Junior Prize in Mathematics has been awarded to Lilya Budaghyan at the Department of Informatics.
The bioinformatics platform Elixir.no developed by the Department of Informatics and led by Professor Inge Jonassen, has been awarded 50 million by the Norwegian Research Council.
Professor Inge Jonassen at the Department of Informatics has helped sequence the genomes of the cod.
Four papers with co-authors from the Algorithms Research Group of the University of Bergen are accepted to SODA 2012.