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  • Best Paper Award at HRI 2021

  • Irmak Dogan is an RSS Pioneer 2021!

  • Leonard Bruns and Patric Jensfelt: Finalist for Best Paper Award at IAS17!

    Leonard Bruns, a doctoral student and Patric Jensfelt, Professor, both at the Division of Robotics, Perception & Learning were awarded Finalist for the Best Paper Award at IAS17.

  • Truls Nyberg and José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez: Best student paper award at IV22!

    Truls Nyberg, an industrial doctoral student at the Division of Robotics, Perception & Learning, and José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez from the unit of Mechatronics and Embedded Control Systems at ITM won Best student paper award at IV22.

  • Awarded for best entry

    Future communication systems depend on antennas that are both directional and steerable to compensate for path loss. A boost in this work is done by doctoral student Pilar Castillo Tapia winner of the best poster at the recent Exeter Microwave Metamaterials Conference.

  • How you speak matters – not only what you say

    The Stockholm region competition of the Forskar Grand Prix took place during ForskarFredag on 30 September. Sanne van Waveren from the department of robotics, perception and learning took second place. Read about her experience in communicating with a general audience.

  • Towards complexity-aware-decision-making for robots

    Is it possible to optimise robots' decision-making so that decisions are good and simple? Yes, doctoral student Elis Stefansson's research has shown that. Now, he has won the Outstanding Student Paper Prize 2022 by the IEEE Control Systems Society Technical Committee on Hybrid Systems. This prize is given annually at the IEEE Conference on Decision and Control.

  • How to predict a conversation

    The SIGIDAL best paper award went to Erik Ekstedt and Gabriel Skantze from Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH). Their model learns to predict what will happen in the next two seconds of the conversation. The research improves the interaction between humans and conversational systems, such as social robots or voice assistants.

  • Award winning algorithm research

    Jan van den Brand is the winner of the 2021 EATCS Distinguished Dissertation Award. Read about his algorithm research, the news in this field and which problems he would like to solve in the future

  • Awarded by Google for his research on cyber security

    "Our research outcome has the potential to impact millions of users by discovering security vulnerabilities in real-world applications." Musard Balliu has been awarded by the Google Research Scholar Program, focused on funding world-class research conducted by early-career professors. We have talked to him about his research in cyber security and what this means for him.

  • Research on transitioning to renewable energy sources wins SER Junior Prize

    Analysing the challenges in the transition from conventional to renewable energy sources gave Stefan Stankovic, a doctoral student at KTH, the SER Junior Prize.

  • They won in competition with NASA

    We have talked to Oskar Zetterström and Pilar Castillo-Tapia, authors of the winning paper at the EuCAP 2022, Europe’s flagship conference on antennas and propagation. Their paper had tough competition, with, for example, a paper co-authored by TU Delft and NASA-JPL/Caltech amongst its competitors.

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