On Dec. 19-20, 2016, Certus was visited by its Scientific Advisory Board. The visit was organized at Bryne, in ABB Robotics’ facilities. During the first day, the technical programme included a visit of the robot testing facilities, and several scientific presentations by the PhD students, postdocs and research scientists of Certus. In the second day, Read more about Visit by Scientific Advisory Board[…]
Mathieu Collet wrote his Master’s thesis with Certus in 2015, and during his stay he wrote a script for an industrial robot from ABB. Mathieu used constraint programming to create the movements of the robot, where the robot itself intelligently generates a Hamiltonian circuit. Other collaborators on this video were Certus Centre leader Arnaud Gotlieb and Advisor Karoline Read more about Certus’ ABB Robot demonstration nominated for “best robot video” in AAAI’s Video Competition[…]
The newsletter covers the period since June 2016 with news on Certus’ scientific activities. The newsletter is written for partners and affiliates of Certus, however, it is now made available here for anyone with an interest in Software Engineering.
Certus usually hosts two annual workshops where the partners and the Certus team come together and plan future collaborations. On October 10th and 11th, Certus hosted the workshop of fall 2016 at Soria Moria, Oslo. The purpose of this workshop was to work together to trace a path for 2017 in the Annual Work Plan. Read more about Annual User Workshop at Soria Moria[…]
On Tuesday, September 13th, The Cancer Registry of Norway organized a mini-symposium on “Utilizing Healthcare Registries for personalised cancer prevention and treatment” at the Jonas Einarsson Auditorium, Oslo Cancer Cluster Innovation Park. The symposium brought together representatives from the Certus Centre at Simula Research Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Labs, BigInsight at the University of Oslo, Karolinska Institute, Read more about Mini symposium on healthcare registries at the Cancer Registry of Norway[…]
August 22-25th 2016, Simula hosted a Crash Course in Machine Learning (ML), which Certus co-sponsored. ML as an Artificial Intelligence discipline takes a growing place in software development processes, and Certus researchers believe that more and more interesting AI-based techniques will help to foster innovation in this area. The unique combination of competences at Simula Read more about Certus sponsors Crash Course on Machine Learning[…]
We present our congratulations to Arnaud Gotlieb, Dusica Marijan and Alexandre Pétillon from the Certus Centre and Simula, and Mats Carlsson from SICS in Sweden. This team of researchers has received the prestigious Best Paper Award at the 11th International Conference on Software Engineering and Applications, or ICSOFT-EA 2016, for their paper, titled “A New Approach to Feature-based Test Suite Reduction Read more about Certus scientists receive Best Paper Award at ICSOFT-EA ’16[…]
2016 has been eventful for Certus so far. Jan-Christian Kerlefsen has become the new leader of the board, the Cancer Registry of Norway has joined the ranks as a new User Partner, and the centre’s researchers have attended numerous conferences and academic events. The newsletter is written for partners and affiliates of Certus, however, it is Read more about Newsletter: Certus summarises the first half of 2016[…]
On Friday, October 30th, 2015, Certus held its 8th annual user partner workshop in the company of its industry collaborators. The workshop was held at the offices of Cisco at Lysaker this year, with a varied programme. Presentations While the Certus project leaders presented the status and content of their research, several of the partners gave talks Read more about Certus’ 8th Annual User Partner Workshop a success[…]
Mathieu Collet did his Master’s degree in collaboration with the Certus centre, and he wrote a script for an industrial ABB robot. He is using constraint programming to create the movements of the robot, where the robot itself intelligently generates a Hamiltonian circuit. Have a look at his demonstration below.