Undervisningsseminar 27. mars

Undervisningsseminar

Automagisk sensur, adaptivt læringsverktøy, og aktiv læring

mandag 27. mars 2017 kl. 10-12

Auditorium Nørvasundet, Hovedbygningen, NTNU i Ålesund

Software and Intelligent Control Engineering (SoftICE) Laboratory ved Institutt for IKT og realfag (IIR) inviterer med dette til åpent seminar om moderne undervisning i høyere utdanning.

Program

10.00 Åpning v/Annik Magerholm Fet, viserektor, NTNU

10.05 System for automatisk individuell faglig begrunnelse og tilbakemelding v/Omid Mirmotahari, førsteamanuensis, Studielaben, Institutt for informatikk, UiO

11.00 Adaptivt læringsverktøy for matematikk v/Siebe van Albada, studieprogramleder simulering og visualisering, IIR, NTNU

11.20 Modelleringsverktøy for dingser v/Adrian Rutle, studiekoordinator informasjonsteknologi, Institutt for data- og realfag, HVL

11.40 Aktiv læring i matematikk v/Hans Georg Schaathun, professor, SoftICE Lab, IIR, NTNU

12.00 Avslutning

Hovedinnlegget holdes av Omid Mirmotahari, som har vunnet en rekke priser for undervisning, forskning og formidling. Nylig har han også figurert i media med innovative “automagiske” system for automatisk individuell faglig begrunnelse og tilbakemelding:

For mer informasjon, kontakt Robin T. Bye på robin.t.bye@ntnu.no eller +47 40082880.

Invitasjon til seminar: Undervisningsseminar2017.pdf

Seminar: A software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye will today present recent research on intelligent computer-automated product design. The talk is called A software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design and is a based on a recent paper that will be presented at the 30th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS 2016) in Regensburg, Germany, in June. The paper has been co-authored with SoftICE members Ottar L. Osen, Birger Skogeng Pedersen, Ibrahim A. Hameed, and Hans Georg Schaathun.

The seminar is open for all and will take place in room Åse at 13.00 today 29 April 2016, NTNU in Ålesund main building.

This work is part of the research project Artificial Intelligence for Crane Design (Kunstig intelligens for krandesign (KIK)) funded by RFF/Research Council of Norway.

AIPOarchitecture

Architecture of software framework for intelligent computer-automated product design.

The abstract is included below.  Continue reading

Seminar: The New Visualisation Lab – The What and the How

SoftICE member Arne Styve will tomorrow Wednesday 17 June give a brief presentation of the background for the new state-of-the-art visualisation lab at Aalesund University College, the technologies used, and the plans and the vision. The lab will be at the core for research and education purposes across all faculties at AAUC, and central the our newly started master programme in Simulation and Visualisation.

We invite for a broad discussion on possible applications after the talk.

We expect the giant canvas to arrive within a week or two, ready to be installed over the Summer. Thus there is little to see in the actual lab at the moment, and the tour and demo of the lab is postponed till the Autumn.

The seminar is open for all and will take place in room Borgundfjorden at 12.30 on Wednesday 17 June 2015, AAUC main building.

 

Seminar: Environmental Disasters from Grounding Accidents: A Case Study of Tugboat Positioning along the Norwegian Coast

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye together with PhD student Brice Assimizele will today present an introductory talk by Bye on the DRAMA research project as well as recent research on tug fleet optimisation (TFO). The main talk is by Assimizele and is called Environmental Disasters from Grounding Accidents: A Case Study of Tugboat Positioning along the Norwegian Coast. The talk is based on a recent research results documented in a journal paper manuscript co-authored by Brice Assimizele, Johannes Royset, Robin T. Bye, and Johan Oppen and soon to be submitted to a world-renowned journal.

The seminar is open for all and will take place in room Borgundfjorden at 12.30 today 13 May 2015, AAUC main building.

This work is part of the PhD research of Brice Assimizele and builds on previous DRAMA research.

To read more about the paper, please see the abstract is included below.  Continue reading

Seminar: A Computer-automated Design Tool for Intelligent Virtual Prototyping of Offshore Cranes

SoftICE member Robin T. Bye will today present recent research on virtual prototyping of offshore cranes. The talk is called A Computer-automated Design Tool for Intelligent Virtual Prototyping of Offshore Cranes and is a based on a recent paper that will be presented at the 29th European Conference on Modelling and Simulation (ECMS 2015) in Varna, Bulgary, late May.

The seminar is open for all and will take place in room Borgundfjorden at 12.30 today 6 May 2015, AAUC main building.

This work is part of the research project Artificial Intelligence for Crane Design (Kunstig intelligens for krandesign (KIK)) funded by RFF/Research Council of Norway.

To read more about the paper, see this blog post. The abstract is included below.  Continue reading