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- Parisa Aasi has nailed her PhD thesis at DSV
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Category Archives: Networking
Professor Berner Lindström and Niklas Karlsson, PhD student visited K2-lab on Friday, March 18th. Prof. Lindström presented an overview of research activities at The Linnaeus Centre for Research on Learning, Interaction and Mediated Communication in Contemporary Society (LinCS) , Gothenburg university. … Continue reading
Jelena and Constantinos have spent this week at University of Namur in Belgium. Togheter with prof. Michael Petit we have been working on modeling Business Strategy in the scope of Requirements Engineering. The outcome will be the submission of several research papers. … Continue reading
The third HEXAnord meeting took place on Utö in the Stockholm archipelago last week and was hosted by the IT for Health group at DSV.
Idag hölls det första årsmötet för SISA – Svenska informationssytemsakademin. SISA är en förening för svenska universitet, högskolor och forskningsinstitutioner som arbetar med informationssystem. Informationssystem “är det vetenskapliga ämne som utvecklar kunskap om människors design och bruk av IT i individuella, organisatoriska och samhälleliga sammanhang. Inom denna ram finns vid svenska universitet och högskolor ett antal olika inriktningar.” Föreningen syftar till att samordna och uppmärksamma forskning och utbildning inom informationssystem.
On the 5th of May, 2010, I visited Microsoft research lab in Cambridge, outside London, for their event on Enabling Innovation through Research. Microsoft Research Cambridge is one of six Microsoft research labs in the world. The event was introduced by a keynote speech given by Andrew Herbert, the managing director of the lab. It showed that they have a wide range of research areas spanning from disease modeling and advertisements to inference and cloud computing. The lunch break that followed… Continue reading
12-14 April the IT for Health group at DSV arranged the second HEXAnord network meeting in Åre, Sweden. Apart from Hercules Dalianis, Sumithra Velupillai, Maria Skeppstedt, Elin Carlsson, Helen Allvin and me from DSV, there were participants from all participating countries (Finland, Norway, Denmark, Estonia and Lithuania) as well as visitors from Karolinska Institutet/KTH and Östra Sjukhuset, Västra Götalandsregionen.
Today the NESSI National Platforms had a meeting to further develop their cooperation. Europe will in the coming years face a multitude of challenges caused by profound changes in social attitudes, economic conditions, global relationships, and the business environment. The overall goal of the NESSI National Platforms is to promote the development and application of service and ICT technologies for addressing these challenges.
Next to the societal and business needs for services delivered through ICT, there is the practical need within Europe to know what is happening in these fields in the various countries. At this moment NESSI, and the European Commission, lack an overview of what is happening in the field of ICT and services. The national platforms are closer to the source of information and in that way they are more able to provide the information needed. This is one of the main motives to set up a network of platforms. The platforms can learn from each other: best and worst practices can be exchanged. Which government projects succeeded, which failed? What is the state of E-health, and E-Government in the various countries, which countries are ahead and which countries need to improve ICT services? Working together will increase knowledge management in this field considerably.
Eva Söderström. Petia Wohed and I are in the process of setting up a Swedish NESSI platform.
The objective of the center is to facilitate collaboration in order to promote excellence in research and increase the competitiveness and visibility of the participating research groups, building on their unique combination of competence in both text and speech techno… Continue reading