AI4X Industry, Feb 12

AI4X Industry February 12, 2018

AI4X is a series of one day conferences on the theme of Artificial Intelligence (AI), its development and application in different sectors in Sweden. The conferences are organized by WASP AI funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

Place: City Conference Center Folkets Hus, Barnhusgatan 12-14, Stockholm.
Registration: free of charge, including lunch and coffee (sek 500 for no-show)


8.30 –   9.00                     Registration
9.00 –   9.30                     Introduction Danica Kragic, Fredrik Heintz and Daniel Gillblad
9.30 –  10.30                     Lightning talks 1

  1. Alf Isaksson, ABB Corporate Research   Presentation
  2. Kenneth Bodin, Algoryx Simulation AB   Presentation
  3. Daniel Langkilde, Annotell   Presentation
  4. Claus Bendtsen, AstraZeneca   Presentation
  5. Olle Steffner, BillerudKorsnäs AB   Presentation
  6. Mats Källman, Epiroc Rock Drills AB   Presentation
  7. Rickard Cöster, Ericsson
  8. Patrick Couch, IBM   Presentation
  9. Christoffer Göransson, Inovia AB   Presentation
  10. Kent Andersson, Kent Ola Andersson, Uppsala
  11. Stuart Mendelsohn, Lilsis AB   Presentation
  12. Esa Wikström, LKAB   Presentation
  13. Patric Karlsson, Mestro AB   Presentation
  14. Martin Nilsson, Rise SICS Kista   Presentation
  15. Tomas Olsson, RISE SICS Västerås   Presentation

10.30 – 11.30                     Poster session 1
11.30 – 12.30                     Lightning talks 2

  1. Christian Guttmann, Nordic AI Institute   Presentation
  2. Helene Svahn, Permobil   Presentation
  3. Henrik Holter, Saab Surveillance
  4. Per-Olof Persson, Saab Dynamics
  5. Euhanna Ghadimi, Scania, Enabling AI at connected vehicles: On-board vs off-board   Presentation
  6. David Nilsson, International AB
  7. Kristoffer Mellberg, Tacton Systems   Presentation
  8. Nina Dahl, nAbleGrowth
  9. David Gustafsson, Totalförsvarets forskningsinstitut, FOI
  10. Ida-Maria Sintorn, Vironova AB, Autonomous MiniTEM in minitime   Presentation
  11. Erik Landolsi, Visionists AB   Presentation
  12. Torbjörn Martinsson, Volvo CE’s AI plan
  13. Mats Nordlund, Zenuity AB   Presentation
  14. Ola Nilsson, RoboNews AB
  15. Gunnar Peters, Huwaei

12.30 – 14.00                    Poster session 2 (lunch served 12.30-13.30)
14.00 – 15.15                    Lightning talks 3

  1. Håkan Grahn, Blekinge Institute of Technology, BigData@BTH – Scalable resource-efficient systems for big data analytics   Presentation
  2. Ivica Crnkovic, Chalmers University of Technology   Presentation
  3. Bengt Lennartson, Chalmers University of Technology, AI/ML for Planning and Control   Presentation
  4. Hossein Azizpour, KTH
  5. Jim Dowling, KTH, Hops: Big Data and Scale-Out AI in One Platform   Presentation
  6. Joakim Gustafson, KTH Speech, Music and Hearing   Presentation
  7. Henrik Hult, KTH Department of Mathematics, Presentation of Brummer & Partners MathDataLab   Presentation
  8. Tony Lindeberg, KTH, Computational Brain Science   Presentation
  9. Karl Meinke, KTH EECS-TCS Department   Presentation
  10. Martin Monperrus, KTH, AI for code: programs automatically repairing other programs   Presentation
  11. Florian Pokorny, KTH
  12. Patrick Doherty, Linköping University
  13. Michael Felsberg, Linköping University   Presentation
  14. Gustaf Hendeby, Linköping University   Presentation
  15. Patrick Lambrix, Linköping University   Presentation
  16. Elin Anna Topp and Jacek Malec, Lund University   Presentation
  17. Fredrik Tufvesson, Lund University   Presentation
  18. Peter Funk, Mälardalens Högskola   Presentation
  19. Shafiq Urréhman Umeå, University Sweden   Presentation
  20. Riccardo Scandariato, University of Gothenburg, AI for Software Engineering, and vice versa   Presentation
  21. Wen Zhou, Shanghai University and Semcon

15.15 – 16.15                    Poster session 3
16.15 – 16.30                    Summary


Participants may briefly present their organization’s current and future development and application of AI and their needs related to AI research and education. We reserve the right to limit the number of presentations to at most one per organization.

Participants that expressed the interest to present will get a possibility to present both on the scene and via a poster presentation.

Scene presentation:

Up to 4 minutes and maximum 3 slides plus title slide in PDF (16:9) format. This should be sent to

The deadline for sending the presentation for AI4X Industry is February 8.

Some of the questions you may address in the presentation:

  • What do you expect to use AI for in the near future?
  • What AI techniques and technologies are you using?
  • For what applications?
  • What challenges and needs do you foresee for the future?

The presentations should be in English.

Poster presentation

There will also be a possibility to present a poster during a 1-hour poster session after each block of presentations.
The dimension for the poster is A0 in an upright format.