Currently doing a masters degree in Information Science at the University of Bergen, and in my final year. This page is meant to showcase some of the things that I have done, in free time, professional and school projects.
The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, commonly referred to as IAESTE, is an international organization exchanging students for technical work experience abroad. IAESTE's aims are to connect students with employers in foreign countries, provide university students with technical experience, and culturally enrich students and their host communities.
This app is a hobby project developed by me and Fredrik V. Heimsæter. It downloads data from the university and presents them in a more user-friendly manner.
The app is developed for Android, and has proven to be quite useful for the IT-department at UiB in their daily room checking routines.
Article about the app in Bergen's student paper, Studvest
Developed for IAESTE Norway. It enables members of the organization to see news from the internal network, find contanct info about other members, and the calendar of different events in the organization.
Developed in PHP.
Developed using Unity. Functional protype developed as a project in INFO361 - Human Computer Interaction.
Functional protype developed as a project in INFO381 - Advanced topics in Artificial Intelligence.
The project was to develo an open source repository of dilemmas that can be arise in artificial intelligence. The repository is in the form of a web-application that enables users to easily read and export the dilemmas into datasets for further usage.
The goal to store dilemmas and make them searchable. To achieve this, we chose technologies that help us formalize our dilemmas and that allow us a fast and reliable search
This project was also written in to a research paper, that I presented as a poster at the AIES 2018 Conference in New Orleans.
Developed for IAESTE Norway. Developed for an easier display of IAESTEs international jobs, which previously was available on printed material and on IAESTE Norways intranet. Developed in ELM in collaboration with Anders Eide.