About Uni Computing
Uni Computing, formerly Uni BCCS, is a department of Uni Research, affiliated with the University of Bergen.
Uni Computing initiates and administrates externally financed research projects with special emphasis on Computational Science.
Uni Computing consists of a common administration and 5 research groups. These groups share significant needs for computational resources, methods, algorithms, and software. A main objective of Uni Computing is to exploit the synergies between its groups and boost cross-disciplinary activity.
Uni Computing Units:
- The Environmental Flow Group (EFG) is primarily engaged in modelling and understanding fluid flow processes ranging from laboratory scale (mm) to hundreds of meters.
- The Computational Biology Unit (CBU) performs research, services, and training in bioinformatics focused on functional genomics.
- The high performance computing laboratory (Parallab), focuses on high performance computing, parallelisation, distributed programming and algorithms.
- The Computational Ecology Unit (CEU), has its main focus on population fluctuations, behavioural patterns and the ways life cycles emerge.
- The Computational Language Unit (CLU) is a research and development center for language technologies.