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Autumn 2021

We will return to teaching on campus from the beginning of the autumn semester, except for activities for groups larger than 100 students. 

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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.

A green field of solar panels against a blue sky

”The energy sector needs more policy-oriented research”

What are the hot topics in energy research today, and what knowledge is still missing? We talked to professor Afzal Siddiqui.

The picture shows a laboratory. Photo by Niklas Björling/Stockholm University.

Digitalising Mental Healthcare Access in Uganda (DiMHA)

The research project uses the ongoing global digital transformation to improve people’s mental health and provide a basis for future digitalisation of mental health services in Uganda.

Panagiotis Papapetrou Foto: Niklas Björling

EXTREMUM bring together expertise from machine learning, law and healthcare

Panagiotis Papapetrou is the leader of the research project Explainable and Ethical Machine Learning for Knowledge Discovery from Medical Data Sources (EXTREMUM) at Digital Futures.

Fotot visar Uno Fors, professor vid Institutionen för data- och systemvetenskap.

“You can do a lot even with small resources, if you do the right things”

Uno Fors is Associate Director for Diversity and Inclusion and the Co-PI of the research project DataLEASH at Digital Futures. He also initiated the first call for Diversity and Inclusion projects at Digital Futures.

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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.