NIK 2019 program

NIK program tirsdag 26. november
0845-0900
Åpning
0900-1000
Invitert foredrag NISK
1030 - 1200
Fast color edge preserving smoothing
Ali Alsam and Hans Jakob Rivertz
Finite element method application of ERBS Triangles
Tatiana Kravetc
Blending functions based on trigonometric and polynomial approximations of the Fabius function
Hans Olofsen
RadixInsert, a much faster stable algorithm for sorting floating-point numbers
Arne Maus
1300-1400
Invitert foredrag UDIT
Professor Alf Inge Wang, NTNU
1415-1600
VR and modelling
Translating 2D art into Virtual Reality and comparing the user experiences
Daniel Patel, Runar Tistel, Harald Soleim and Atle Geitung
Survey of interactions in popular VR experiences
Kjetil Raaen and Hanne Sørum
Escape Local Minima with Improved Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm
K. Darshana Abeyrathnaa and Chawalit Jeenanuntab
Implementation and Validation of a Predictive Fire Risk Indication Model
Sindre Stokkenes, Lars Kristensen and Torgrim Log
1600-1630
Pause
1630-1800
Plenary panel session: How should IT education address sustainability and climate change?

Invited panel:
Dr. Anne-Kathrin Peters, University of Uppsala
Simen Sommerfeldt, CTO hos Bouvet ASA
YY, experienced representative of higher IT education in Norway

Moderator: Birgit R. Krogstie, NTNU
NIK program onsdag 27. november
0900-1000
Invitert foredrag NIK
Davide Roverso
Chief Analytics Officer, eSmart Systems
1030 - 1200
Image recognition and Machine learning

Autonomous Vehicle Control: End-to-end Learning in Simulated Environments
Hege Haavaldsen, Max Aasbø, Frank Lindseth and Håkon Hukkelås
An automatic image-based system for detecting wild and stocked fish
Espen Myrum, Simen Andre Nørstebø, Sony George, Marius Pedersen and Jon Museth
Automated salamander recognition using deep neural networks and feature extraction
Jørgen Bakløkken, Felix Schoeler, Hugo Nørholm, Sony George, Marius Pedersen and Børre Dervo
Evaluating Population Based Training on Small Datasets
Frode Tennebø and Marius Geitle
1300-1400
Invitert foredrag NOKOBIT
1415-1600
Programming, sensors and logic
Evaluating accessibility testing in automated software build processes
Aleksander Bai, Rannveig Skjerve, Till Halbach and Kristin Fuglerud
Exploring future C++ features within a geometric modeling context
Jostein Bratlie and Rune Dalmo
Geological Multi-scenario Reasoning
Crystal Chang Dina, Leif Harald Karlsena, Irina Peneb, Oliver Stahla, Ingrid Chieh Yu, Thomas Østerlie
Unveiling the Data Shadow: A Scalable Software Architecture for Public Health and Electronically Assessed Data (PHEAD)
Tor-Morten Grønli, Andreas Biørn-Hansen, Siri Fagernes, Ragnhild Eg, Kjeld Hansen and Per Morten Fredriksen