Students at Gjøvik University College (GUC) shall find out if a smartphone can be used to gather, store and transmit data on board on a weather balloon. That is why they are going to send a smartphone 15 000 feet up in the air.
Students attending the course «Mobile Systems Fundamentals» will be given smart phones and are following the lecturers presentation directly through mobile phone screen. -This is really fun, the students Tina Haaskjold and Cassandra Assenholt declare.
Colorlab at GUC got eight academic papers accepted at a single international conference. - Good research and international cooperation, Professor Jon Yngve Hardeberg explains.
Associate professor Simon McCallum presented three inspirational games topics and at The Gathering during Easter.
Sophisticated robots with artificial intelligence are not something that belongs to the future. – Students at Faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology have just adopted new robots in the classroom, says Associate Professor Sule Yildirim.
Suzanne Knudsen takes a semester abroad at Bond University in Australia as part of her Bachelor in Media Management at GUC. - I would definitely recommend this to other students. You can experience something new, and escape everyday life a bit, says Suzanne.
Liubov Kokorina and Bjørnar Rudsengen finished their Master`s Thesis this spring semester. Today they were awarded for best Master`s Thesis at Faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology.
- A life-changing experience - this is how Barbora Kominkova from the Czech Republic describes her exchange period at Gjøvik University College. Her original plan was to stay in Gjøvik for half a year, but she extended her stay to one year when she got the opportunity.Read more
Océ Print Logic technologies and Gjøvik University College have entered into a agreement on a four year research collaboration. Océ agrees to provide funding Marius Pedersen's PhD studies, in return he will research on problems with relevance for Océ.Read more