Chalmers has strategic long-term agreements with several major companies and organisations, and our researchers collaborate with hundreds of companies, where the majority are involved in several projects. Many of Sweden’s leading and international companies use our research results.
The ICT Area of Advance host Chalmers' strategic collaboration with Ericsson and Saab.
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At Chalmers University of Technology there are a number of research centres, national competence centres as well as other centres which cooperate across traditional departmental boundaries.
Chalmers Artificial Intelligence Research Centre, CHAIR
CHAIR will significantly increase Chalmers’ expertise and excellence in artificial intelligence. The aim is to become a world-class hub for research, education, and innovation in AI. The research is based on real-world challenges and closely related to the needs of the centre’s industry partners.
The centre aims to establish Digital Twin Cities as the foundation for digital planning, design, construction and management of sustainable, intelligent and inclusive Swedish cities and regions.
Fibre Optic Communications Research Centre, FORCE
FORCE is a Chalmers-based centre with the purpose of bringing together all research relevant to optical fiber communication. This is cross-disciplinary and currently involves people from three departments and bridges the whole chain from components to systems and analysis to experiments.
Chalmers GigaHertz-ChaseOn Center is built on the work of two former centres at Chalmers: GHz Centre and ChaseOn, both operating in the field of antennas, microwaves, and THz technologies. The two former centres operated for 15 years, with funding from Vinnova. For the last five years they have been working together, encompassing 26 partners jointly, representing Sweden’s largest academic-industrial collaboration in the field..
GigaHertz-ChaseOn Bridge center
Software Center works in a strategic partnership with partner companies to significantly accelerate their adoption of novel approaches to software engineering.