WASP and DDLS announce a joint call for research projects
The SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS) was launched in 2020 by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation (KAW). DDLS is a 12-year funding initiative to support data-driven life science in Sweden with SciLifeLab as the host.
The program will focus on four strategic research areas of data-driven research:
- Cell and molecular biology
- Evolution and biodiversity
- Precision medicine and diagnostics
- Epidemiology and infection biology
SciLifeLab and KAW share the ambition to foster the next generation of life scientists by creating a solid computational and data science base that helps scientists analyze and interpret data patterns swiftly, and to seamlessly integrate their data with the global life science data streams. Central components of such a venture include: education, training, recruiting new talent, sparking collaborations, and engagement in innovation activities.
Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP) is Sweden’s largest individual research program and provides a platform for academic research and education, fostering interaction with Sweden’s leading companies. The program addresses research in artificial intelligence, autonomous systems, and software as enabling technologies for developing systems acting in collaboration with humans, adapting to their environment through sensors, information, and knowledge, and forming intelligent systems of systems.
WASP strengthens, expands, and renews the national competence through new strategic recruitments, a challenging research program, a national graduate school, and collaboration with industry. The program is conducted in close cooperation between leading Swedish universities to promote the competence of Sweden as a nation within the area of AI, autonomous systems and software.
Learn more: Zoom meeting on June 11
DDLS and WASP join forces for research within a data-driven future
Welcome to the official launch of the DDLS-WASP collaboration! The webinar will combine inspirational talks and discuss possible ways to initiate formations of strong collaborations that can bridge the gap between the scientific disciplines.