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Overview of some of NR's projects

Overview of some of NR's projects

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Modeling of resistance to antibiotics

Pills in a boxThe efficiency of antibiotics has over a long period led to overuse and misuse, causing the bacteria to develop resistance to one or more antibacterial agents. Infections and diseases that were successfully treated by antibiotics are now becoming an increasing public health problem. 

Modeling transmission of infectious diseases in aquaculture

Infectious diseases constitute a constant threat to the Norwegian fish farming industry with major economic implications, in addition to being a problem for fish welfare and the environment. Norwegian Computing Center develop stochastic simulation models to describe how infectious diseases are transmitted between fish farms, including models for infectious salmon anaemia, pancras disease and sea lice.

MonCO2 - Monitoring Geological CO2 storage

The full project name is Monitoring Geological CO2 Storage: Quantitative CO2 Prediction with Uncertainty from Physical Modeling and Multiple Time-Lapse Data Types. The project is funded by the Norwegian Research Council and the industrial partners Statoil and ExxonMobil. We collaborate with the University of Bergen and Stanford University to develop improved methods for quantitative prediction of the distributions of CO2 in subsurface storage sites.

MOSKUS – MObile musculoSKeletal User Self-management

The MOSKUS project is about to develop a smart ICT solution to support self-management for patients suffering from arthritis, a prevalent and debilitating chronic disease. Self-management education using ICT tools can empower patients to become effective health-care participants; thus, saving costs in the health care sector and improving the clinical outcome.

MOSKUS – MObile musculoSKeletal User Self-management

MOSKUS prosjektet er i ferd med å utvikle en smart IKT-løsning som støtter egenmestring for pasienter med revmatisk sykdom. Egenmestring basert på IKT-verktøy kan gi pasienter mulighet til å bli aktive deltakere i egen helsesituasjon. Når pasienten selv kan ta ansvar for sykdomsmestring kan utgifter i samfunnet til helse og omsorg reduseres, samtidig som man øker den kliniske effekten.

MOVIS – Performance Monitoring System for Video Streaming Networks

When watching streamed video over the Internet consumers are annoyed by disturbances in service quality. In the delivery chain live video content is streamed by a content provider through the network of an Internet Service Provider (ISP) to the consumer's home network, and then shown on a PC. Should a consumer experience reduced quality a variety of reasons can apply along the entire delivery chain. Monitoring service quality can help to identify the reasons for reduced quality.In an assessment process a test panel have evaluated video content streamed under various conditions.

Multipoint Methods for Improved Reservoir Models

The aim of this project is to develop new and improved methods for modelling geological facies by combining the efficiency of multipoint methods with the robustness and consistency of Markov random field methods. Develop software tools and test new methods on real cases and data.

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Net citizen/Nettborger – Social media for all

Social media such as Facebook and Twitter are extremely popular, be it for leisure or on a professional basis. They provide means for participation in the digital society and greatly ease communication and networking. Unfortunately, the various social media platforms far too often exclude persons with disabilities due to inaccessible and poor design. Hence, there is a considerable demand for new knowledge regarding the design, accessibility and usability of these new communication channels.


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