Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology is Norway’s university for higher education in technology and the natural sciences. NTNU has 7 faculties and 52 departments and it has research and education cooperation with more than 320 universities worldwide with prioritized geographical areas such as the EU, the USA, Japan, India, and China. NTNU is involved in 120 projects under FP7, 20 of these are Marie Curie fellowship projects. In 2003, NTNU Technology Transfer AS (TTO) was established to be even more actively involved in obtaining financing, ensuring relevant patent protection, developing ideas (often with the aid of prototyping), performing market analyses, establishing new companies and negotiating license agreements. TTO works on creating value out of research results in the form of new products or services that benefit society. The research profile of the group that will be involved in the Learn2Analyze project covers the field entertainment computing, training and learning technologies and mobile and cooperative applications. The group conducts experiment and field studies with students and in both formal and informal contexts. One of the priorities of the research group is educational/learning technologies research. The group covers the various areas needed for developing and evaluating learning tools, like user interfaces, software development, collaborative technology, and e-learning. The group has been participating in several nationally and internationally funded projects in the area. For example, Mirror (Reflective learning at work), CoCreat (Enabling creative collaboration through supportive technologies) and SIMOLA (Situated mobile language learning) are few of them.
Prof. Michael Giannakos
Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet / Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Department of Computer Science
Sem Sælandsvei 9
NO-7491 Trondheim, Norway
Phone: +47 73590731