- Congratulations to Professor Peter Stoica who has been selected by EURASIP (European Association for Signal Processing) as the 2016 recipient of the Athanasios Papoulis Award!2016-02-01
- Congratulations to Maya Neytcheva who has been promoted to Professor of High Performance Computing!2016-01-27
- Postdoc Position in Compilation for Heterogeneous Systems2016-01-21
- PhD position in social robotics2016-01-18
- Swedish Symposium on Image Analysis 20162016-01-08
- PhD position in Computer Science2016-01-08
- Press clipping about the DOME project. Interview with Åsa Cajander2016-01-04
- Two PhD students in Scientific Computing in the areas Compute-intensive Machine Learning and Applied Cloud Computing/e-Science2015-12-23
- Up to five PhD positions in interdisciplinary mathematics at CIM2015-12-03
- Vi2 Seminars: Exact Linear Time Euclidean Distance Transforms of Grid Line Sampled Shapes med Joakim Lindblad.
- Vi2 Seminars: Context of Tool Interaction med Anton Axelsson.
- Seminar at Systems and Control: Analysis of the l1 heuristic for the estimation of piecewise constant/linear signals with Dr. Cristian Rojas, Associate Professor, Department of Automatic Control, KTH.
- Disputation / Dissertation: Numerical Methods for Wave Propagation. Analysis and Applications in Quantum Dynamics with Emil Kieri.
- Lunch Meeting About the Medtech4Health Call.
- Disputation / Dissertation: Storage-Centric System Architectures for Networked, Resource-Constrained Devices with Nicolas Tsiftes.
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