Department of Informatics

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This week, the group tasked with developing future leaders in artificial intelligence gathered.
On the 13.11.2023, nine Life Science Research Infrastructure programs in Norway signed an agreement for establishing a long-term collaboration aiming to revolutionise the management and exchange of life science data in Norway
Værmeldinger har alltid vært viktige for planlegging av skipsfart. I masteroppgaven sin har Fredrik Åhgren Sørum laget en ny modell som skal hjelpe å minimere drivstoffbruk for skip som leverer offshore-utstyr fra Mongstad.
On 15 November, the University of Bergen will kickstart LEAD AI, a program for training future leaders in artificial intelligence. The event is meant to be a first get-to-know-each-other meeting for representatives from the participating UiB entities and partners.
From August 7 - 11, 50+ data scientists from across Norway came together at the Joint CEDAS-NORBIS Summer School to discuss data science and its biomedical applications. The summer school featured keynotes, theoretical and practical sessions on Machine Learning, Statistics, and Visual Data Science.
There is still a lot we don’t know about cells. This lab has made a discovery that challenges previous understanding of cellular structures.
Last week, the FPT Fest took place in honor of Mike Fellows; distinguished computer scientist and emeritus of The Department of Informatics.
CEDAS, the Center for Data Science at the University of Bergen, and NORBIS, the Norwegian Research School in Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, and Systems Biology, invite both starting and experienced data scientists to an exciting joint summer school on data science and its biomedical applications from 7-11 August 2023.
Department of Informatics will host the 97th Plenary Meeting of Technical Committee 39 of ECMA International, the standardizing body for the JavaScript programming language.
For the next five years, the ERC grant will allow Prof. Eivind Valen to develop new informatics methods to explore a basic molecular biology mystery that remains unsolved: the cap code.
NORA Research School provides exchange opportunities for PhD students in AI related fields. Mariyam Khan just arrived at The Alan Turing Institute in London for a six-month research stay.
Ladestasjonar til sjøs skal gi betre utnytting av fornybar energi i offshore-industri.
An exciting seminar about combining evolutionary optimization algorithms with experimental, atomistic resolution target data to create a semi-automated tool for building high-fidelity molecular dynamics models.