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SEC scholars

The Digital Futures Summer Early Career (SEC) visiting programme aims to support early career scholars at non-Swedish universities to enable short and mid-term visits to the Digital Futures environment (minimum 1 month, maximum 5 months) from May to September. This funding programme supports tenure-track academics who wish to benefit from a sabbatical within Digital Futures. The time away from a home institution is flexible and for the visiting scholar to decide.

This funding programme will broaden the diversity of those participating in Digital Futures, enabling new global perspectives on digitalisation research to influence our progress.  The SEC programme should enrich the activities of Digital Futures through participation in, for example, research, teaching, events, and mentorship of PhD and Post-Doctoral researchers.

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Chinwendu Enyioha

Chinwendu Enyioha

May - July 2024: Chinwendu Enyioha is an Electrical and Computer Engineering Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF). He leads the research group on Autonomous and Intelligent Systems...

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Mohamed Elbadawi

Mohamed Elbadawi

May - June 2024: Mohamed Elbadawi is a lecturer in Computational Biomedicine at Queen Mary University London, UK. Specifically, Elbadawi will investigate the possibility of digitalising the medicine manufacturing workflow...

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Barbara Giunti

Barbara Giunti

May - August 2024: Barbara Giunti's background is in topological data analysis, with a marked categorical approach. Giunti is also interested in the computational side of applied topology, especially in developing algorithms for retrieving invariants...

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Hana Khamfroush

Hana Khamfroush

June -July 2024: Hana Khamfroush is an Associate Professor at the Pigman College of Engineering. Her current research is in distributed learning (e.g., federated learning), edge computing, IoT and applied AI.  Her PhD focused on wireless network...

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Cesar A Uribe

Cesar A Uribe

May - July 2024: Cesar A. Uribe is a Louis Owen Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University. He received his M.Sc. degrees in systems and control from the Delft University of Technology...

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Yongqiu Zhu

Yongqiu Zhu

May - September 2024: Yongqiu Zhu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Transport and Planning at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. Her main research focus is addressing the challenges of uncertainty...

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