They receive the grants in “Future Software Systems”
Now it is decided which six projects in the call “SSF Future Software Systems” (SSF FuSS) that will share a total of 200 million SEK.
One of the projects that receive funding is about developing Artificial Intelligence, where AI and radio networks are developed in symbiosis. It can contribute to the creation of new wireless AI services in e.g. transport, smart grids, smart buildings and smart cities.
In another project, a complete software stack is developed for programming quantum computers. A third project aims to develop software to facilitate the study of the human body using portable technology, implanted components and brain-machine interfaces. This so-called body computing combines computer resources close to the source and in the cloud, into new smart healthcare services.
The following projects receive grants:
|Benoit Baudry, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology||Consistent Hardening and Analysis of Software Supply Chains||31 038 952|
|Emil Björnson, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology||Sustainable Cyber-Physical Software-Defined System Slicing||33 897 113|
|Devdatt Dubhashi, Chalmers University of Technology||QuantumStack: Programming the Quantum Computer||34 994 837|
|Carlo Fischione, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology||SAICOM (Software Artificial Intelligence for Communications)||35 000 000|
|Stefanos Kaxiras, Uppsala University||BOS: Software Principles & Techniques for a Body-centric OS||34 908 900|
|Christoph Kessler, Linköping University||Adaptive software for the heterogeneous edge-cloud continuum||30 160 198|
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