• Student interview, master's programme in Digital Leadership

    [5 Mar 2019] Interview with Maria Weise from Neubrandenburg in Germany, who is in her first year in the new master's programme Digital Leadership.

  • Distinguished paper answers the question of granularity

    [4 Mar 2019] A method to bridge the gap between different information flow control approaches, bringing us one step closer to building secure software systems. This groundbreaking result, that answers a long-standing open question in the security community, won a distinguished paper award at the Symposium on Principles of Programming Languages (POPL 2019) in Cascais, Portugal.

  • Kick start for Chalmers' AI initiative

    [27 Feb 2019] Chalmers is starting up an extensive initiative in the field of artificial intelligence to enhance and coordinate the current AI research. A kick-off event will be held on 4 March for the new Chalmers AI Research Centre (CHAIR), with a two-day seminar on AI.

  • Their mathematical proofs make software safer

    [19 Feb 2019] Self-driving cars, bank apps, and pacemakers. As a society we depend more and more on software, but how can we make sure that software always works? Magnus Myreen and his colleagues at the department of Computer Science and Engineering investigate how to mathematically prove that an application is working correctly.

  • Robots are becoming classroom tutors. But will they make the grade?

    [15 Feb 2019] "Mechanical mentors try to find their place as teacher's helper". Article in Science news with reference to research by Sofia Serholt, Interaction Design, Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

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