Department of Informatics (IFI) was established in 1977 when a division of the Mathematics Department merged with a division of the Department of Physics. IFI was a pioneer offering the very first lectures within computer science in Norway. The department has a wide range of courses and study programmes, with 800 undergraduates, 450 master's students and 220 PhD students.
Science research assistant - reads abstracts for papers and provides relevant articles
The Katapult Accelerator is an impact-tech accelerator program, working hands-on with startups using exponential technologies to solve environmental and societal challenges.
mCASH operates a unique infrastructure that connects banks, merchants and people. We interconnect the old with the new, enabling you to pay with any funding source in any payment situation.
Research and development in the area of commercial exploitation of nano-scale science, engineering and technology
SINTEF is the largest independent research organisation in Scandinavia. We create value and innovation through knowledge generation and development of technological solutions that are brought into practical use.
Spacemaker AI develops a game changing AI technology that discovers the smartest ways to maximize the value of any building site.
Uni Research carries out research and development in the fields of biotechnology, health, environment, climate, energy and social sciences.
Streamlined home security and home automation