Category Archives: ACT

Workshop: By Dan Csontos: How to publish in top ranked scientific journals

40 participants at Dr. Dan Csontos’ Workshop, PhD-students, and PhDs, all enthusiastic. Good discussions on how to get your paper through the editor’s gate with elegantly formulated cover letters. If that does not work – appeal if necessary. Moreover we … Continue reading

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Beviljat projekt: Automatiserat ärendestöd med språkintelligens

Under utlysningen “Utmaningsdriven innovation, Projektform A” har Vinnova beviljat finansiering till ett projekt “Automatiserat ärendestöd med språkintelligens”. Forskare inom projektet är Eriks Sneiders, Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, och Ola Knutsson. Sammanfattning: Projektet bidrar med en generiskt uthållig utvecklingsansats och strategi för automatisering … Continue reading

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Maintenance of DASH

This site, and all other WordPress sites hosted by DSV, will be subject to server maintenance from 27/9 (10:00) to 28/9 (13:00). This means that they will be mostly unavailable during that period. Please do not add or update any … Continue reading

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Upcoming seminar: Thursday 15th of September at 12.00 o’clock, Johan Blomkvist, Ph D candidate at Linköping University presents his licentiate work entitled “Conceptualising prototypes in service design”. The seminars are held at K2lab, on the 7th floor, elevator C, in … Continue reading

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Paper Accepted for publication in Computer Assisted Language Learning journal

A paper named “Computer Assisted Language Learing in the Zone of Proximal Development” written by Petter Karlström (DSV) and Eva Lundin (Gothenburg University) has been accepted for publication in the Computer Assisted Language Learning Journal http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/09588221.asp .

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Mobile Life Seminar

On Wednesday May 25th at 11:00, Mobile Life organizes a seminar with Elsa Vaara. The seminar is held in Knuth at SICS and lasts approximately one hour. The seminar is also broadcasted via bambuser. Title:  Break the rule: Working with video in the … Continue reading

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Paper accepted!

“The geography and organisation of the global knowledge economy – Examples of ICT firms in Sweden and India” by Brita Hermelin (Geography, SU), Harko Verhagen and Robert Demir (School of Business, SU) has been accepted for presentation at the International … Continue reading

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Mobile Life seminar

This coming Wednesday April 13th at 11:00,  Mobile Life organizes a seminar with Bo Dahlbom. The seminar is held in Knuth at SICS and lasts approximately one hour. Title: The next big thing in IT Abstract: Google, blogs, Skype, YouTube, Facebook, Cloud … Continue reading

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