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DSV has together with the Department of Statistics, developed a new master’s programme, aiming to meet the demand for future data scientists.
Jordi Solsona Belenguer views himself more as an enabler rather than as a teacher.
Meet Vjola Velikaj, Master's student from Albania.
DSV is located in the Nod Building with contemporary specially designed premises, a modern study environment with IT-labs - all with the very latest technology.
Barry Brown has written an interesting piece for The Conversation.
After application deadline 15 January, what happens now?
Master’s programmes at DSV were very popular for the 2024 intake
How will we live, work, communicate and share information? DSV explores the future
Almost 50 people came to Panagiotis Papapetrou's Tech Tuesday seminar on AI in healthcare.
“A self-driving car constructs a simplified picture of the world,” writes Barry Brown in The Conversation.
“We’re moving from two-dimensional screens to three-dimensional, personalised experiences,” says Luis Quintero.
Data is available in abundance. However, to utilize this raw material we need to sort it so that patterns become visible.
For most of us, "the cloud" is kind of fuzzy. We don’t know where it is – or how safe it is. Ramin Firouzi identifies two major problems with cloud computing.
Meet Simon Hacks, new associate professor at DSV. His next project involves optimising maritime transports.
AI in healthcare is a promising – and challenging – field. Trust is a key issue.
More than 17,000 people have applied for international master's programmes at Stockholm University in the first application round. The most popular programmes are in computer and systems sciences and public health.
Master’s programmes at DSV were very popular for the 2024 intake.
On 15 January a new national web portal for student health was launched.
Welcome to a thesis defence at DSV! Sampath Deegalla presents his thesis on working with data using a so-called nearest neighbor method.
Do you have a question you need a quick answer to? Do you want to polish up your study skills? Are you unsure about an aspect of referencing or academic style?
Michelle Waldispühl, University of Oslo, presents the digitization project NordiCon,
Welcome to attend a practical workshop where you’ll learn to use the Transkribus tool. A new, innovative AI model makes it possible to interpret and access handwritten texts in Swedish.
Find available jobs and PhD positions on the central website.
DSV is located in Kista, Sweden’s largest ICT cluster. From the metro station, it’s a five minute walk.
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