Interested in WASP’s Industrial Postdoc and PhD Student calls? Join our webinar to learn more!

WASP is offering up to 5 industrial postdoc positions, as well as up to 15 industrial doctoral student projects, within AI, Autonomous systems and Software. The calls are open between June 10 and October 1, 2024.

WASP invites everyone interested in the Industrial PhD Student Call and the Industrial Postdoc Call to a webinar on May 27, 2024.


10:00   Introduction
Karl-Erik Årzén, Co-director for research program coordination

10:15   General presentation about WASP Industrial PhD Student program
Karl-Erik Årzén, Lund University, Danica Kragic, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

10:40   General presentation about WASP Industrial postdoc program
Karl-Erik Årzén, Lund University

10:50   WASP Graduate School
Fredrik Heintz, WASP Graduate School Director

11:10   Perspectives from industry
Georg Hess, industrial PhD student, Christoffer Petersson, industrial supervisor at Zenseact

11:40   Questions and discussion

12:00   Wrap up


Questions about the webinar or the calls can be sent to

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