DSV's Master’s programmes in Information security and in Decision support and risk analysis are among the top most popular programmes at Stockholm University.
Department of Computer and Systems Sciences receives SEK 3.5 million for developing techniques to collect evidence of cyber crime on the anonymity network Tor. Oliver Popov is responsible for digital forensics and IT security.
Researchers at Stockholm University receive SEK 4.5 million to study factors of importance for the treatment of heart failure patients.
Jens Ohlsson, the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, has the answers to how companies should work with efficiency to release resources that can be used for digital innovation.
Monica Winge, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, carries out an UAV landscape analysis project in collaboration with Globhe. The analysis is made for Chemonics International and for USAID.
Panagiotis Papapetrou, the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences, receives a starting grant for his project “Temporal Data Mining for Detecting Adverse Events in Healthcare”.