The program addresses research on autonomous systems, artificial intelligence (AI) and software, and how these techniques can be used for building systems acting in collaboration with humans, adapting to their environment and forming intelligent systems of systems. The focus of the program is on fundamental research, which is typically carried out in PhD projects, but WASP also supports education and recruitment of new researchers to the participating universities.
WASP aims to build a world leading platform for academic research that interacts with leading companies to develop knowledge and competence for the future.
The universities participating in WASP
- Linköping University, which is also hosting the program.
- Chalmers University of Technology
- KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Lund University
- Umeå University
- Luleå University
- Uppsala Univerity
- Örebro University
WASP at Chalmers
Robert Feldt. Professor of Software Engineering. Chalmers representative in WASP and chairman for WASP Research Management Group for Software (RMG-SW).
Holger Rootzen. Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Chairman for WASP Research Management Group for AI/Math (RMG-AI/Math).
Marina Axelson-Fisk. Professor of Applied Mathematics and Statistics. Member of WASP Graduate School Management Group.
Philipp Leitner. Assoc Professor of Software Engineering. Co-leader for the WASP Software Research Cluster.
Board member of WASP
Anders Palmqvist, Member of the Board, Vice President of Research and Research Education, Chalmers University of Technology
Want to know more?
Read about Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program at www.wasp-sweden.org.