For employees and students at the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering.
We would like to welcome employees and students at the faculty to weekly webinars! The purpose of this webinar series is to stimulate academic and free discussions on important topics in research, innovation and education, and also to provide a team- and culture-building arena at the IE Faculty.
- When: Fridays 08.30-09.00 (with some exceptions).
- Where: Teams
Invitations to the talks are sent through Outlook. Links to the webinars are also found in the Innsida post about each talk.
We encourage all the departments at the faculty to report contributions (topic, speaker and time) to the Arrangement Committee.
Dept. of Electronic Systems:
Dept. of Computer Science: Everything everywhere all at once using zeros and ones
Dept. of ICT and Natural Sciences: Autonomous ships, biomechanics, and digital twins
Dept. of Mathematical Sciences: Making sense of the world through mathematics and statistics
Theme: Can we have the AI cake and eat it too? A look at different aspects of the recent development.
Theme: Move over AI! The creative energy of student innovators running on caffeine and pizza cannot be replaced. How do we sustain student innovation (besides buying coffee and pizza)?
Theme: Russian roulette? Turkish pepper? Spanish inquisition? We take a closer look at security in Europe.
Theme: Consequences of Autonomous Ships? Surely, Castaway and Mutiny at sea as fiction genres are dead in the water?
Theme: Evolution in a nutshell: from natural stupidity to artificial intelligence?
||Looking into the crystal ball of 2023
||Ingrid Schjølberg, Dean at the IE faculty
||TALKFEST: Quantum computing: Benefits, threats and hypes. Conversation between Bor de Kock and Danilo Gligoroski. Q&A, discussion, and comments from the audience.
||Bor de Kock, Dept. of Information Security and Communication Technology, Danilo Gligoroski, Dept. of Information Security and Communication Technology
||The emergence of AI-assisted conformity in our online world
||Keith Downing, Dept. of Computer Science
||Training and Practicing Cybersecurity made available: experience in researching and building a cyber range
||Basel Katt, Dept. of Information Security and Communication Technology
||The latest from camp AI
||Inga Strümke, Dept. of Computer Science
||It started with Amanda - early online detection of cyber grooming
||Patrick Bours, Dept. of Information Security and Communication Technology
||AI for Cybersecurity and Cybersecurity for AI
||Sokratis Katsikas, Dept. of Information Security and Communication Technology
||AI in Healthcare - an interdisciplinary journey
||Kerstin Bach, Dept. of Computer Science
||Smart houses in the power system: how smart is it to be smart? (insights from two years of hands-on experiments)
||Sebastien Gros, Dept. of Engineering Cybernetics
Theme: Finally, everyone is talking about electricity. IE joins the discussion.
||TALKFEST: Much more nuclear fission power - necessary for the green transition or an existential threat to humankind? Conversation between Jonas Nøland and Ole-Morten Midtgård. Q&A, discussion, and comments from the audience.
||Jonas Nøland, Dept. of Electric Power Engineering, Ole-Morten Midtgård, IE Faculty
||We must charge trucks, cars, ships, and airplanes: How do we get sufficient batteries and plugs?
||Anngjerd Pleym, Dept. of Electric Power Engineering
||Is Smart Grid the solution to ensure the security of electricity supply?
||Gerd Kjølle, SINTEF/ FME CINELDI
||Why is the electricity so expensive and what can we do about it?
||Magnus Korpås, Dept. of Electric Power Engineering
The format is as following
- 15-20 minutes talk, 10-15 minutes for questions/discussions
- Presentations in English, no recording, no distribution of presentations
- The speaker is introduced by a member of the Arrangement Committee
- Low threshold and the possibility to reuse presentations
- Relevant and interesting research, projects and innovations
- Talks on challenges and future research (e.g. sustainability, digitalization, innovation and interdisciplinarity)