Webinar Industrial PhD Student positions February 1st

Information and opportunity to ask questions, directed to those interested in applying for industrial PhD. Time: February 1 2019, 13:00–15:00 Register here. Details about the Call for Industrial PhD Student Positions can be found here.

Swedish infrastructure for AI

The report is commissioned by the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) and the Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC). The report forms the foundation for a planned investment in dedicated nationally available computational resources for research using AI methodology, such as Machine Learning. Editor: Anders Ynnerman Download and read more.

WASP Winter Conference 2019

WASP welcomes you to the annual Winter Conference, this time in Gothenburg! Please visit the page for the event for more information on program and accommodation. Registration for this event is closed.

Assistant Professorships in Machine Learning

WASP offers Assistant professorships in Machine Learning at two university sites, Umeå University and KTH Royal School of Engineering. Please visit the Positions page for more information and how to apply. We look forward to your application!

Prize for AI algorithm

How can units collaborate to complete a task in the best possible manner? Fredrik Präntare has been awarded the Lilla Polhemspris for his degree project that answers this question and solves an optimisation problem that has engaged engineers for years. The problem can be expressed in general terms: How should a team or workgroup be formed and collaborate in order to solve a problem in the most efficient manner? This optimisation problem is particularly familiar to researchers working in artificial intelligence, AI. Fredrik Präntare, WASP PhD student in the Department of Computer and Information Science at Linköping university, has developed […]