Gjøvik University College is granted support from the Research Council for four major projects within ICT research. -Impressive work of the research communities, rector Jørn Wroldsen states.
The Research Council has allocated 250 million NOK for ICT research, and a large proportion of this goes to research groups at GUC. Gjøvik are doing well both in research projects that will contribute to a safe information society and research for health care and welfare services.
The projects that receive support from the Research Council are:
Computational Forensics for Large-scale Fraud Detection, Crime Investigation and Prevention, project manager is professor Katrin Franke
Secure Access Control over Wide Area Network, project manager is professor Christoph Busch
IQ-MED: Image Quality enhancement in MEDical diagnosis, monitoring and treatment, project manager is associate professor Marius Pedersen
A Platform for Medical Image Processing, Transmission and Visualisation, project manager is associate professor Faouzi Alaya Cheikh
Researchers from the Faculty of Informatics and Media Technology and the Department of Health, Care and Nursing are involved in the various projects.
-This shows the broad spectrum of research performed at GUC, congratulations to all involved, Wroldsen concludes.