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Tid og sted: 9. mars 2021 09:0010. mars 2021 13:00, zoom

How-to generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet the requirements of the funding organisations?

Trygve Brautaset in the lab at NTNU
Tid og sted: 10. mars 202112. mars 2021, Selbusjøen (outside of Trondheim)

This course prepares PhD candidates and early career researchers within biotechnology, life science and neighbouring scientific fields to adopt Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in their research practice.

Illustration medical devices
Tid og sted: 18. mars 2021 10:0011:00, Zoom

Do you have an idea for a medical device? Find out what it takes to bring it to the market and what you need to do when. Sign up to learn about the basic principles of the early developing phases of a medical device in a regulatory perspective.

Tid: 19. mars 2021 14:0015:00

In this week's NORAs webinar, you will meet the people behind a brand new center at University of Oslo. dScience is an interdisciplinary centre that consolidates capabilities within computational and data science. The centre will contribute to better data understanding, increase data driven knowledge, develop artificial intelligence and manage uncertainty, regardless of whether the data comes from nature or from human-made systems. 

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Illustration medical devices
Tid og sted: 25. mars 2021 10:0011:00, Zoom

Do you have an idea for a medical device? Find out what it takes to bring it to the market and what you need to do when. Sign up to learn about the basic principles of the early developing phases of a medical device in a regulatory perspective.

Tid og sted: 26. mars 2021 08:3009:30, Zoom

Lifestyle diseases such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes result from malfunctioning processes in multiple organs developing over a long period of time. How can we learn to diagnose these processes at an early stage from indirect measurements of proteins in the bloodstream?

Illustration intellectual property
Tid og sted: 15. apr. 2021 09:0010:30, Zoom

IPR biotech and software – basic laws and regulations. For researchers who are developing digital biotechnology solutions.

Illustration intellectual property
Tid og sted: 22. apr. 2021 09:0010:30, Zoom

Patenting and digital biotech – from biological insights to algorithmic solutions. For researchers who are developing digital biotechnology solutions. 

Tid og sted: 30. apr. 2021 08:3009:30, Online

How can we use computational models to understand how microbes work together in their natural habitats, and is it possible to design and control synthetic communities for application in industrial biotechnology?

Tid og sted: 9. juni 202111. juni 2021, Malangen Resort (Tromsø)

The annual conference for and by the members of the research school.

Tid og sted: 18. okt. 202120. okt. 2021, Trondheim

Gathering the Nordic network within metabolomics research! 

Tidligere

Tid: 5. mars 2021 14:0015:00

Cyber-physical systems, CPS, like self-driving vehicles, e.g., cars, drones and water vessels, are common in society, today. AI is used to enable the CPS to autonomously carry out tasks in the society. But how autonomous are they and when can we fully trust autonomous CPS in dynamic environments? What is needed and what must be done before accepting CPS in our cities and societies? In this presentation, Anne Håkansson will shed a light to these questions from her research point of view.  

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Tid: 26. feb. 2021 14:0015:00

In this week's NORA.startup webinar, you will meet two researchers; Rodica Mihai and Michael Riegler.

In this webinar we will explore innovation-based research approaches and learn from a researcher's perspective on getting in touch with startups or other companies and how they have approached this dialogue. The webinar ends in a plenary discussion on shared interests, challenges and possibilities, and how we might get even better at helping each other in this field.

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Green cells
Tid og sted: 26. feb. 2021 08:3009:30, Zoom

Organelle DNA is less protected than nuclear DNA and the risk of mutations could be high. How do eukaryotic organelles avoid the gradual buildup of deleterious mutations in the organelle DNA until function is lost?

Tid: 19. feb. 2021 14:0015:00

In this talk Anis Yazidi and Pedro Lind will present an overview of NordSTAR, our new Nordic Center for Sustainable and Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence Research at OsloMet. NordSTAR focuses on establishing and developing a new paradigm in Artificial Intelligence (AI) basic research, which we call Sustainable and Trustworthy AI.  Yazidi and Lind will argue that this paradigm will enable the development of new design principles for AI tools, which are sustainable and trustworthy by design. Moreover, they will describe in some detail the composition of NordSTAR in its five research groups: Security and Reliability, Explainable AI, Human factors in AI, Biologically-inspired Computational Systems and Quantum AI. Finally we will share the main steps for developing this academic environment in the next years.

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vann, fartøy, digital tvilling, skip
Tid og sted: 15. feb. 2021 11:0012:00, Zoom-webinar

Hvor ligger mulighetene og utfordringene knyttet til samspillet mellom forskningsdata og næringsutvikling i industrien, spisset mot digitale tvillinger og bærekraft? Meld deg på webinar 15. februar kl. 11.00-12.00.

Tid: 12. feb. 2021 14:0015:00

In this week's NORA.startup webinar, you will meet two startups; Tromsø-based Keenious and Fornebu-based Future Ready. Keenious provides a tool for document and writing analysis, making online research much more effortless and tolerable. Future Ready is a smart training platform. They work with companies in finance, media and telecom to help improve their outbound sales and customer service. 

As usual, we will hear from the two about their experiences on building an AI startup in Norway and pitfalls to avoid. We will also learn from their experiences in getting in touch with universities or research institutes and how they have gone about this dialogue. The webinar ends in a plenary discussion on shared interests, challenges, and possibilities and how we might get even better at helping each other in this field.

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Tid: 5. feb. 2021 14:0015:00

Current methods for training AI systems, such as in deep learning, are not biologically plausible. They require tremendous amount of energy and data for training, and they lack explainability. By looking at how the brain works, and how biological neural networks communicate and process information, it may be possible to develop AI systems that are less artificial and more true to biology, and therefore closer to replicating some of the key features of animal brains.

In this presentation, Stefano Nichele will discuss ongoing research using in-vitro biological neural network recordings, and novel bio-inspired AI models and substrates.

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Tid: 1. feb. 2021 13:004. feb. 2021 17:00

Software Carpentry aims to help researchers get their work done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic research computing skills. This hands-on workshop will cover basic concepts and tools, including program design, version control, data management, and task automation. 

Tid: 29. jan. 2021 14:0015:00

In this week's NORA.startup webinar, you will meet some of NORA.startup's members. Bergen Robotics develops and sells systems based on their AutoSENSOR platform and their main application is currently autonomous imaging of power line infrastructure and components using edge AI in drones and helicopters. While the startup Vake is building a tool to enhance maritime safety and transparency by extracting insight from satellite data.Bergen Robotics and Vake will present themselves and share some of their experiences on how to build an AI startup in Norway, and which typical pitfalls to avoid. 

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Bacteria
Tid og sted: 29. jan. 2021 08:3009:30, Zoom

Mucus is a viscoelastic material which protects epithelial surfaces from the external environment.  The functions of mucus are usually described as protection, lubrication, and transport , and in all these cases the physico-mechanical properties of the mucus are vital for function. But how does the presence of bacteria affect the function of the mucus?

Tid: 22. jan. 2021 14:0015:00

Feature selection is an important task in data analysis in general and especially with healthcare data where patients are often few, and features are many. Apart from prediction, interpretation of models is also of high importance and feature selection has a crucial role in this respect. By combining machine learning with component based multivariate statistical methods (chemometrics) one can design a workflow that helps medical staff gain deeper insights into their data.

In this webinar Oliver Tomic will show how RENT can help in finding stable biomarkers across subgroups of patients as well as giving a touch of personalised medicine by flagging patients that diverge from the rest.

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Tid: 15. jan. 2021 14:0015:00

In this week's NORA.startup webinar, we will look into the future. In 2020 we all experienced a tremendous digital shift, and AI played a pivotal role. At the same time, the ICT field flourished with AI-driven innovation. 2021 will be a year full of additional AI opportunities. 

This year's first NORA.startup webinar will explore some of these opportunities, and we will learn how Norwegian startups could seize those to become thriving AI companies. Anders Bryhni from Sintef Digital and Valeriya Naumova from Simula will share their views on which possibilities within AI they believe to be worth looking into in 2021, and which areas and industries we may expect to see AI put into use. Joining us will also be NORA's CEO Klas Pettersen who brings interesting insights on the possibilities within AI and health and data sharing systems. The webinar ends in a plenary discussion on shared opportunities and pitfalls. Tune in to learn about promising AI opportunities.

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Tid og sted: 14. jan. 2021 13:0014:45, Zoom

Fire sterke miljøer innen kunstig intelligens i Norge, NORA (Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium), Norwegian Open AI Lab, DigitalNorway og Cluster for Applied AI, samarbeider om å akselerere utvikling og anvendelse av kunstig intelligens (KI) i Norge. Sammen dekker vi hele verdikjeden for KI – fra forskning og utvikling til anvendelse og kommersialisering.

Det har gått ett år siden regjeringen la frem Norges første strategi for kunstig intelligens (KI). I den anledning ønsker vi å ta en fot i bakken for å diskutere hvordan Norge ligger an til å realisere målsetningene i strategien, og hvordan vi bør arbeide i årene som kommer. I webinaret vil vi sette fokus på konkrete tiltak som kan bidra til å gjøre Norge til en KI-nasjon.

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Tid: 8. jan. 2021 14:0015:00

With the rise of machine learning, analysis of medical data has become a very hot topic. There are continuously vast amounts of data collected both within the healthcare systems and by the users using devices such as cameras, sensors and mobile phones. In this talk Michael Riegler will focus on the potential of AI for health data, the challenges and possible applications.

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