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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.
Stockholm University's master's programmes with the highest number of applications are:
She is a new associate professor in computer and systems sciences
Admission for Master's programmes autumn 2023 is open
Jonathan Rebane has deep dived into clinicians' trust in machine learning
How will we live, work, communicate and share information? DSV explores the future
Cross-disciplinary research can lead to new types of solutions to societal problems. Nanda Wijermans is up for the challenge.
Machine learning can support clinicians, for example in recommending treatments. Trust is the crucial ingredient, according to Jonathan Rebane knows.
Digital twins, 6G, crypto wars, and designing human-friendly AI. These were some of the topics at the hybrid conference Digitalize in Stockholm.
What can we learn from the global maker movement? Quite a lot, according to Sophie Landwehr Sydow.
Amin Jalali was promoted to associate professor on August 15, 2022. We had a quick chat to hear what he’s up to next.
"I believe in diversity and love to explore new and fresh technological innovations", says Mahbub Ul Alam.
Undergraduate thesis projects are in focus in Colombage Ranil Peiris’s PhD thesis. He presents a framework that could make the process easier.
Machine learning can support clinicians, for example in recommending treatments. But what does it take for a doctor to trust a computer? Jonathan Rebane has deep dived into this topic and successfully defended his PhD thesis.
What can we learn from the global maker movement? Quite a lot, according to Sophie Landwehr Sydow. For example to be mindful of resources.
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