The ICT community at the University of Agder will develop new solutions with the use of 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) in smart transport on land and at sea.
The IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Motion Control (AMC2020) took place fully digitally on September 14-16 after been postponed from April 20-22 due to COVID-19.
60 students from 11 study programmes are members of the student club Align Racing UiA where they build their own racing car. Thursday 25 April they launched this year’s race car.
Our society is becoming more and more digital. Without expertise in digital security, we become very vulnerable, according to Professor Geir Køien, programme coordinator for UiA's new master's programme in cyber security.
Over 700 new bachelor and master students participated in the first compulsory HSE exercise in Grimstad on the 3. and 4. of September.
The award “best master's thesis” is a research award for students at the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) programme at the Faculty of Technology and Science in Grimstad. The purpose of the prize is to inspire and motivate students, but also to show the importance of research at the master's level. Rolf Arne Kjellby, Svein Erik Løtveit and Thor Eirik Johnsrud won this year’s award. The thesis was supervised by Professor Linga Reddy Cenkeramaddi and Professor Geir Jevne.
Faculty of Technology and Science Grimstad arranges the time's largest mandatory HSE course from 03. September to 04. September for 600 new students.
Throughout the course, Senior Engineer Rita Sølvi Ditlefsen and HSE Advisor Helge Wehus, will guide the students through theory and practice in facilitated laboratories.
The University of Agder competed successfully in The Research Council of Norway -INDNOR Progamme, with the project LUCAT (Low-altitude UAV communication and tracking).
Sondre Sanden Tørdal and Philipp Schubert are some of the PhD students who use UiA’s Motion Laboratory to develop new solutions for the industry.
New Master’s programme in Coastal Ecology at the University of Agder (UiA) starting August 2018.
In their Master’s thesis in ICT, Torry Tufteland and Guro Ødesneltvedt work on artificial intelligence. The programming is inspired by how ants collaborate on finding food.
UiA’s newest research group is called Sustainable buildings and infrastructure. By gathering experts on sustainable solutions in one group, UiA and its partners will provide the community access to competences on an international level.