Karinne Ramirez-Amaro, Assistant Professor at Electrical Engineering, is part of the working group that developed the call.
What kind of collaboration and science is it that CHAIR hopes come out of the call?
This call aims to find one or more research topics (X) that can be combined with AI in a way that unifies and excites excellent research groups at Chalmers. We encourage a multi-disciplinary collaboration to find synergistic connections of different research topics (X) that can benefit from AI methods by assembling teams with internal, national, international, or industrial partners.
Is the call for those developing AI as their main discipline or can AI be one of the tools for the research?
Both cases are encouraged to apply. One of the main goals of this new call is to support the creation or development of consortia that can potentially lead to novel project applications.
How great is the potential for Chalmers researchers to develop unique collaborations between AI-researchers and non-AI researchers? What do you hope it will lead to?
We expect that this new grant can help researchers to create new networks or to participate in existing ones focusing on areas/problems that can greatly benefit from developing and applying AI methods.