List of computer science publications by Fredrik Elinder. This article has been accepted for publication and undergone full peer review but has not been through the copyediting, typesetting, pagination. USPTO patent applications submitted by and patents granted to Fredrik Elinder.
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This message was clear after the Nordic Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, which was attended by more than representatives from municipal, regional and national government, as well as the business and research sectors. SEK 28 million for multidisciplinary research into new medicines Magnus Berggren, professor of organic electronics at LiU, has been awarded more than SEK 28 million in the coming seven years from the Swedish Research Council for research into electronic neuromedicines.
At the last minute, a rulebook was adopted for the global work towards achieving the climate objectives set in the Paris Agreement, No crimes committed, but procedures must be tightened.
From the lab to the clinic
Future biologists and students planning to become upper secondary teachers study together. One way of making aviation more sustainable is to improve the materials used in the aircraft themselves.
SEK 27 million for liquid fuels of the future Professor of organic electronics Magnus Berggren have been awarded SEK 27 million for the coming five years from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to work on future technology for liquid fuels that are based on water and oxygen.
The course was fully subscribed, and the course coordinators are hoping to repeat the course next summer. Getting the most out of spinach Eat your spinach in the form of a smoothie or juice — this is the best way to obtain the antioxidant lutein.
Autonomous sea rescue tested The major research programme WASP provides arenas in which researchers and companies can meet and test their technology and results. Alumni of the Year: Hyperpolarization-activated, cyclic nucleotide-gated HCN ion channels are important for rhythmic activity in the brain and in the heart.
Today, most children with congenital heart disease survive to adulthood. Results from a research study published in Nature Communications show how the inner ear processes speech, something that has until now been unknown. This is the day for cooking 30 litres of food for several thousand, rather picky, dinner guests.
We investigated the role of a conserved glutamate at the extracellular end of segment 5 S5 in slow … More. Countless companies have been founded on a promising research result or a truly great idea. Translated by George Farrants.
LiU researchers severely critical of economics prize-winner A catastrophe for work with climate. A new report highlights major structural deficiencies in the police that lead to mistakes and the use of excessive force. He recently qualified as master of science in computer science and software engineering, the first to do so, specialising in AI and machine learning.
Rlinder the heart attack fredeik it occurs By way of a large national population study, researchers are looking for increasingly better ways of determining which individuals run the greatest risk of cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases. The research opens new possibilities for both robots and humans, not least for the police and rescue services. At the moment, the company is owned by the ellnder, and Fredrik Elinder sees several possible ways in which the company can develop.
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Tracking a complete voltage-sensor cycle with metal-ion bridges Authors: Swedish research has now gained access to the first nodes of the new supercomputer Tetralith, which will be the most powerful computer in the Nordic region when frexrik comes fully online this autumn.
Sara Nilsson and Julius Kokko Ekholm tested navigation sensors for unmanned helicopters. But their reasons and the practical solutions they have chosen are completely different.
SEK 44 million for research into the mental health of young people Two research environments at LiU have each elinedr nearly SEK 22 million from the Swedish Research Council to work on different aspects of the mental health of children and young people.
Drug development – not only in industry
The results show that uterus transplantation with living donors is ethically just as problematic as altruistic surrogacy. The fluxes of ions into and out of nerve cells is the basis of the electrical excitability that characterises the nervous system.
He recently qualified as master of science in computer science and software engineering, the first to do so, specialising in AI and machine learning. Discovery of credrik ear function may improve diagnosis of hearing impairment Results from a research study published in Nature Communications show how the inner ear processes speech, something that has until now been unknown. Fdedrik drug development supported by DDD is to be carried out within academia, and the intellectual property gredrik belong to the researchers throughout the process.
Pioneers in structured common sense Developed by LiU and other universities, CDIO is the framework for an updated engineering programme that is currently used at universities worldwide.
A cry of delivery resounds across Fredrikk. Urban Karlsson Principal Research Engineer. Huge efforts are being put into technological developments to reduce its impact.
A study from LiU shows that the thymus plays an important role in the immune response during a normal pregnancy. Panel discussion, clothes swap, sustainable investment and several seminars. The researcher is criticised also for giving misleading information about his role and activities in several contexts. Nanoscale pillars as a building block for future information technology Researchers from LiU propose a new device concept that can efficiently transfer the information carried by electron spin to light at room temperature — a step stepping stone towards future information technology.
Children should be able to grow up without the fear of threats and abuse. Igor Abrikosov, professor at LiU, has been awarded SEK 33 million for the coming five years from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to show how it is possible to use the smallest components of quantum mechanics at room temperature.