From left: Ivica Crnkovic, Director of CHAIR, Shafiq Urréhman, CEVT, Johan Lundén, Volvo Group, Prof Ann-Marie Wennberg, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Stefan Bengtsson, Chalmers President, Aneta Vulgarakis Feljan, Ericsson Research, Kristian Abel, Volvo Cars.
The Chalmers AI Research Centre, CHAIR Consortium is a common initiative from Chalmers and five strategic partners in area of AI: CEVT, Ericsson, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Volvo Cars and Volvo Group.
The Consortium is focusing on challenges in AI applied to the areas of strategic interest of the partners including the following:
Life Science and Health
- Automation and IoT
- Smart networks
The consortium is also building up expertise regarding foundations in AI, relevant for these application areas.
The main objective of CHAIR Consortium is to share knowledge and experiences and develop new technologies and methods in the selected areas of fundamental and applied AI.
CHAIR Consortium organizes and performs activities using different instruments including common research projects, seminars, workshops, and other events, visits of guest researchers, preparation for external funded projects, and other activities that gain progress in AI knowledge and experiences.
Organisation CHAIR Consortium
CHAIR Consortium is hosted by Chalmers AI Research Centre, CHAIR. The main governance body of the consortium is the Core Partners Board (CAB), on which each Core Partner has a representative. The board is responsible for proposing and planning consortium activities, including decisions about collaborative research projects.