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All courses at DSV will be taught online during the spring semester 2021

Based on the current conditions, the department has decided that all teaching and examinations will take place online during the spring semester 2021.

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Information for students and staff about Covid-19

Based on current conditions and responsible authorities’ recommendations, Stockholm University has adopted the following guidelines.

Photo of Ulf Norinder

The aim: to build a high-quality prediction computer tool

Hazard and risk screening are in focus for one of the work packages in Mistra SafeChem. Ulf Norinder is developing a computational toolbox to estimate whether chemicals are hazardous or not.

Foto: Anna-Karin Landin

He wants to help self-driving vehicles and road users understand each other

How do we react to self-driving vehicles? And how can they learn how other road users act? These are the main issues in Barry Brown´s new research project.

Photo: Intel Corporation/ YouTube

Two research grants on AI and autonomous systems

Wallenberg foundations award almost SEK 70 million to 10 research projects on AI and autonomous systems. Two grants are awarded to researchers at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

A dog looking on a mobile phone screen.

How to have a meaningful videochat...with your dog

Quarantine, social distancing, and travel restrictions make people video call their dogs. What do dogs get out of the experience? Oskar Juhlin comments on an article in Wired based on his research.

Sjuksyster, Foto: Johan Sjöström/Mostphotos.

Artificial intelligence for simulating pandemics

Aron Larsson and Panagiotis Papapetrou are supported by Vinnova to simulate pandemics together with the Public Health Agency of Sweden.