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OsloMet Artificial Intelligence Lab

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OsloMet AI Lab administers research and student projects in artificial intelligence, both applied and basic research, including theory and the use of machine learning in different areas.

OsloMet Artificial Intelligence Lab (AI Lab) is a joint research centre for OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University and SimulaMet located in the heart of Oslo. The Department of Computer Science is the host of the centre located in Pilestredet 52 in Oslo.

The Applied Artificial Intelligence research group (AAI) took the initiative to the lab, which has members from many research groups at OsloMet and SimulaMet, and is at the forefront of artificial intelligence in Norway. Al Lab’s partners are

Picture from the lab opening

Digitalisation Minister Nikolai Astrup is introduced to the new lab and the work on artificial intelligence by researcher Gustavo Mello. In the background, Deputy Head and Strategy Coordinator for the lab, Stefano Nichele. Photo: Sonja Balci.

  • Lab management

    Lab manager 

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      Deputy managers

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        Michael Riegler
        Senior Research Scientist

      • The lab's objectives

        The aims of OsloMet Artificial Intelligence Lab are to

        • conduct ground-breaking research in the field of artificial intelligence
        • educate students and attract talent
        • collaborate closely with the industry
        • foster collaborations on artificial intelligence and applications
        • host presentations, meetings, conferences and hackatons in the field of artificial intelligence
        • be a partner for national and international groups and companies working on artificial intelligence
      • Focus areas

        • 'Autonomous and Adaptive Systems' focuses on robotic systems and the internet of things. Robotic systems include physical robots such as vehicles, drones and other robotic platforms, as well as robotic software such as expert systems and AI-based control systems. Systems based on the internet of things can be applied to a number of different areas. Areas of research:
          • 'Computational intelligence, adaptive systems and real-time analytics'. Researchers: Jianhua Zhang, Anis Yazidi, Hugo Hammer, Michael Riegler
          • 'Autonomous IT and Networking Systems'. Researchers: Evrim Acar Ataman, Ahmed Elmokashfi, Özgü Alay, Hårek Haugerud, Kyrre Begnum, Anis Yazidi, Paal Engelstad, Thanh van Do, Boning Feng.
          • 'Robotics'. Researcher: Alex Alcocer
        • 'Decision Support and Personalized Systems' comprises systems where people use artificial intelligence for decision support, for example in the health services, or to make automatic solutions based on the users’ learning. Areas of research:
          • 'Computational Neuroscience and Neuroengineering'. Researchers: Jianhua Zhang, Peyman Mirtaheri, Tulpesh Patel, Gustavo Mello
          • 'Health Technology'. Researchers: Peyman Mirtaheri, Trine Haugen, Michael Riegler, Pål Halvorsen, Hugo Hammer, Anis Yazidi, Jianhua Zhang. 'Construction and Building Engineering'. Researchers: Vagelis Plevris, Nam Bui
        • 'Machine Learning Models and Optimization' comprises activities at a theoretical level to improve machine learning models and other metamodels for artificial intelligence, and to improve solutions for complex IT systems issues or other complex systems (multi-objective optimization). Areas of research:
          • 'Artificial Life and Complex Systems'. Researchers: Stefano Nichele, Gustavo Mello, Jianhua Zhang.
          • 'Machine Learning Methodology'.  Researchers: Evrim Acar Ataman, Jianhua Zhang, Stefano Nichele, Gustavo Mello, Pedro Lind, Michael Riegler, Hugo Hammer, Anis Yazidi.
          • 'Computer architecture and hardware'. Researchers: Pål Halvorsen, Michael Riegler.
          • 'Quantum Computing'.  Researchers: Sergey Demisov, Sølve Selstø, Leiv Øyehaug, Simen Bræck.
          • 'Ethics and responsible research and innovation'. Researchers: Anders Braarud Hanssen, Tale Skjølsvik, Joachim Breunig, Mads Gjefsen, Knut Vie, Anthony Giannoumis.
      • Associated research groups and independent members

        OsloMet Artificial Intelligence Lab consists of members from the following research groups and labs:

        Other researchers affiliated to the lab, but not mentioned in the research groups, are ...

        Please contact us if you would like to join us.

      AI education

      Contact

      • Address and contact information

        Office address

        OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, Oslo, Norway
        Pilestredet 52, third floor, entrance A.

        Map: Google Maps, 52 Pilestredet

        Contacts for the media and scientific cooperation – see core members above.