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Overview of some of NR's projects

Overview of some of NR's projects

To see a smaller range of projects within a department or research area, check the appropriate boxes. If several boxes are selected, then the selected projects satisfies at least one of the boxes in the selected column(s).


GEMOM – Genetic Message Oriented Secure Middleware

The main focus and goal of the GEMOM project were the significant and measurable increase in end-to-end intelligence, security and resilience of complex, distributed information systems that are evolutionary, self-organising, self healing, scalable and secure.

Geological Facies Models

NR has worked on methods for making realistic geological facies models for almost two decades. The goal is to reproduce the true geological heterogeneity and to describe the inherent uncertainty. Correct heterogeneity gives realistic flow patterns and the possibility to obtain unbiased forecasts from reservoir simulators.


Automatic oil spill monitoring and risk alert from satellite data


Global mapping of snow cover for climate change monitoring

Gode skrifttyper på skjerm

Prosjektet «Gode skrifttyper på skjerm» har som mål å oppsummere kunnskapsstatus på området og se på metoder for å undersøke hvilke skrifttyper som fungerer bra på skjerm for personer med redusert syn.


Urban green structure mapping by satellite images

The management of urban green structure has received much attention lately in the research community. The project was initiated to meet the need of municipalities in Norway to develop a green structure plan. Traditional mapping has its limitations, since the land use is in focus and not the actual land cover. Therefore, other sources of information about urban and suburban green structure are being sought.

Hands on 3D utstillinger

The Museum of Cultural History and the Norwegian Computing Center (NR) have developed a prototype for 3D-display of archaeological artifacts. At the Vikingship Museum in Oslo, visitors can interact with an object on a screen by using hand movements to move and match it, and zoom in on details. The object on the screen is a horse-saddle found in the Oseberg burial.

HAVANA - The Fault Modeling Tool

HAVANA is a software tool for describing faults and their impact on fluid flow in petroleum reservoirs. HAVANA can be used for:

  • Studies of flow effects on all fault scales.
  • Adding faults to simulation grids by displacing grid cells or by modifying transmissibility multiplicators.
  • Studies of the geometric uncertainty of the faults on volumes.


HAVANA is unique in its way of representing the faults. Each fault is described by:

High-dimensional statistical modelling of changes in wave climate and implications for maritime infrastructure (HDwave)

Future changes in ocean wind wave climate have broad implications for the physical infrastructure and environment in coastal, near- and offshore regions. A comprehensive assessment of the impact of climate change and the associated risks in these regions thus requires the consideration of changes in wave climate. The HDwave project aims to develop advanced statistical tools for the analysis of new data sets of wave climate projections


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