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Scholar in residence

The Digital Futures ‘Scholar-in-Residence’ programme aims to provide scholars at non-Swedish universities with financial support to enable short and longer-term visits to the Digital Futures environment (minimum 1 month, maximum 12 months). This programme of funding aims to support academics who wish to benefit from a sabbatical within Digital Futures. How this time away from a home institution is used is flexible and for the scholar-in-residence to decide.

Our hope for this programme of funding is to broaden the diversity of those taking part in Digital Futures, to enable new global perspectives on digitalisation research to influence our progress.  In all cases, we intend that the scholar-in-residence programme should enrich the activities of Digital Futures through participation in, for example, research, teaching, events, and mentorship of early career researchers.

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Frank Allgöwer

Frank Allgöwer

Frank Allgöwer is director of the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control at the University of Stuttgart. He is a member of selected academic and university bodies as well as national and international organizations, as well as being the publisher and co-publisher of a range of international journals...

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John S. Baras

John S. Baras

John S. Baras, Professor at the University of Maryland. is an international authority in systems and control, and a remarkably unique cross-disciplinary researcher and educator. Baras has made significant contributions to diverse research fields such as systems and control...

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Fred Cummins

Fred Cummins

Fred Cummins is co-director of the cognitive science programme at University College Dublin. He obtained a PhD with a joint major in Cognitive Science and Linguistics in 1997 from Indiana University. His empirical work has been largely concerned with joint speech or chant, as found in prayer...

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Diane Litman

Diane Litman

Diane Litman is Professor of Computer Science, Senior Scientist with the Learning Research and Development Center, and Past (Co-)Director of the Graduate Program in Intelligent Systems, all at the University of Pittsburgh. Her interdisciplinary research spans multiple areas...

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