VERDIKT's vision is that Norwegian ICT research will put Norway at the forefront of the development and application of knowledge to enhance interaction, innovation and value creation in the ICT-based network community.
Have you ever lost your way in a large office building or on a university campus? Normal GPS systems are of little assistance in these cases. A new smartphone app shows you the internal layout of a building and helps you to find your way.
Self-configuring data networks may provide crucial help to emergency and rescue operations in hard-to-access areas. Norwegian researchers are developing software that makes it easier to transmit vital video streams over such networks.
Snow is the be-all and end-all for alpine ski resorts. Now a tiny sensor has been developed to determine how much cold gold there is on the slopes and how much more should be produced. The sensor is based on Norwegian radar technology and is no larger than a match head.
One of the world’s largest specialist groups within the field of big-data analytics is being assembled in Norway. The centre for Information Access Disruptions (iAD), with its head office in Tromsø, is at the core of this activity.
The first Nordic Spring School in Logic is organized under the auspices of the Scandinavian Logic Society and is supported by the Department of Mathematics of the University of Oslo.
This workshop aims to create a forum to explore and generate ideas in further development of supercomputer architectures, algorithms, configurations, and other important issues across the boundaries of High Performance Computing, Cloud Computing and Big Data Analysis.
The Research Council of Norway
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