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Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is responsible for teaching, research and development within electrical and computer engineering at UiS.

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Facts
Employees

60

Students

700

Visiting address

Kristine Bonnevies vei 22, 4021 Stavanger Kjølv Egelands house, E block (4. etg)

About department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

The department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a growing range of studies, from bachelor to Ph.d. level.

Kjølv Egelands house on UiS campus Ullandhaug

We offer bachelor's and master's degree in computer technology, computer science (Data Science), automation and electronics design, robotics and signal processing. At the doctoral level, the department provides PhD education in information technology.

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Head of department
51832029
Institutt for data- og elektroteknologi
Instituttleder
Head of Office
51833501
Fakultetsadministrasjonen TN
Kontorsjef
Study Coordinator
51831726
Kontor for utdanningsadministrative tjenester
Rådgiver
Study Coordinator
51831276
Kontor for utdanningsadministrative tjenester
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studies

Studies

Studentar frå IDE på UiS

The department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers a growing range of studies, from bachelor to Phd level (see full list on our Norwegian pages).

Master of Science in Applied Data Science

Applied Data Science is a two-year Master's programme that aims to increase the ICT competence of engineers from different fields. Taught in English.

Master of Science in Applied Data Science – part-time

The programme is offered as a 2-year full-time study and as a part-time study over 4 years.

Master of Science in Computer Science

The MSc in Computer Science gives a broad foundation within the field of computer science. This study programme has two specialisations: Reliable and Secure Systems, and Data Science. Master of Science in Computer Science is a international study programme and all courses are given in English.

Master of Science in Computer Science – part-time

The programme is offered as a 2-year full-time study and as a part-time study over 4 years.

PhD - Information Technology, Mathematics and Physics

Information Technology, Mathematics and Physics is a subfield within the doctoral programme in Science and Technology at UiS. The subfield has specialisations in cybernetics / signal processing; computer science; physics and mathematics. The doctoral programme is linked to the research within each of these specialisations.

 

Research

Research at the department

The department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science has research in computer technology, signal processing and cybernetics.

The department has the program area Health Technology, several research groups and other interdisciplinary research collaboration. We have great expertise in artificial intelligence, and has gathered this investment in the Stavanger AI Lab network.

Research

Stavanger AI Lab

A node for research, innovation and education in artificial intelligence at University of Stavanger (UiS).

Stavanger AI Lab connects researchers, educators and students at UiS with partners in industry, business and public sector with the focus on artificial intelligence (AI) research and development.

Research


Welfare Technology

With the help of new technology and smarter organization in the health sector, the researchers at UiS are working to solve health challenges in our welfare society.

Photo: UiS/Cathrine Sneberg

research

Biomedical data analysis

Biomedical data analysis is an interdisciplinary research group that uses ideas and approaches from signal and image processing, statistics, biology, chemistry and medicine.

Health technology innovations contribute significantly in the health and care sector. These activities are connected to BMDLab (Biomedical Data Analysis Laboratory).

Head of research group are professors Kjersti Engan and Trygve Eftestøl.

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