Dive-deep lunch seminars on Thursdays 12pm
— Focused seminars digging into the details of various digitalization technology research topics; featuring especially young researchers; interesting especially for researchers within the speaker’s and the neighboring research fields.
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DF seminar: What/Who is making our cities smart? Understanding human experience of mobility, transport and urban space
Mareike Glöss is a Digital Futures Postdoctoral Fellow. Mareike Glöss main research interest is understanding digital transformations and their diffusion into everyday life. She looks at how novel computing technologies are appropriated, and how this impacts everyday life.
DF seminar: Nicolae Palade – Senior Security Researcher Cybersecurity, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden
Nicolae Paladi, is a senior researcher at the Cybersecurity unit of RISE Research Institutes of Sweden and a postdoctoral researcher in the Networks and Security Group at Lund University. His research interests revolve around Cloud Infrastructure Security, Confidential Computing, Network Security, Distributed Systems, Blockchain and Smart Contracts.
Kathlén Kohn is an assistant professor in Mathematics of Data and AI at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Her areas of expertise are algebraic, differential, and tropical geometry as well as invariant theory. She also has an educational background in computer science and works in AI-related areas such as computer vision.
Katie Winkle, Digital Futures Postdoctoral Research fellow based at the division of Robotics, Perception and Learning, specifically within the area of Social Robotics, will talk about how socially assistive robots should provide some helpful function through their social interactions.