Research Stint Abroad

All WASP PhD students have the possibility to apply for a short-term visiting researcher position abroad, in the range of one to six months. This exchange program aims to foster meaningful long-term collaborations between researchers at WASP, Stanford University, UC Berkeley and other university research groups abroad.

Experiences from Abroad

What do our PhD students say them self about their experiences of being abroad? Read more in the articles below.

Veronika Domova does her research in the field of human-automation interaction. She is especially interested in how operators interact with control systems in industrial control rooms. In the beginning of 2019, when all her courses and papers for the PhD were done, she realized that now was the time to go abroad.

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When asked to describe the atmosphere at Stanford, where WASP PhD student Mia spent a semester, she answers “awesome”. I don’t know how else to put it,” she laughs.

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Ivo Batkovic is an Industrial PhD student at Zenuity and Chalmers. He arrived at Berkeley in September 2019. “Of course you should come here! It’s a no brainer.” he says.

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