Centre for application driven AI: energy, health and education

Tuesday 23 April 2024 13:00-16:00,
University of Stavanger.

Join our workshop on applied AI!

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The University of Stavanger has the ambition of applying for a Centre for Application driven AI with focus on the following three main topics: energy, health, and education. We see this as relevant for all three tracks in the call; technology, innovation, and societal consequences. We are also open to be partner on some of these topics, and other topics where we are research active.

The research council have announced the first step of the AI centre call: https://www.forskningsradet.no/forskningspolitikk-strategi/ltp/kunstig-intelligens/

The research council strongly encourage collaboration between institutions.

We believe that UiS has a strong foundation in these application areas – and we are welcoming other research institutions, industry and public sector with overlapping research interests to come together to plan for collaboration.

The workshop will be hybrid. We will welcome physical participants, but also make sure you can participate from remote, both as a speaker and for the discussion.

Date and time: 23.04.2024, 13.00-16.00

Place: University of Stavanger and online, details will be provided for registered participants


Discuss research challenges in application driven AI research for the three topics, including possible crossover topics like information retrieval.   Identify collaboration potential for one (or more) AI research centre.


  • Short introduction by UiS 
  • Discussion “Centre for application driven AI research”  
  • Topic presentations and discussions 
  • Energy
  • Health
  • Education and learning
  • The way forward

Details will be sent to participants closer to the meeting.

Sign up here!

We invite you to register for the workshop through this link, before 16.04.24.   If you want to give a 10 minutes presentation, please indicate so in the registration form: https://forms.office.com/e/2zKvPZv2NC?origin=lprLink