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My research concerns the development of optical techniques based on laser spectroscopy and involves applications in combustion diagnostics, medical diagnostics and chemical imaging.
I do research in projects within artificial intelligence, AI, at Umeå University.
Research topics: Internet of Things (IoT), dependable and energy-efficient wireless communication, autonomous vehicles, distributed artificial intelligence (AI) and intelligent environments.
Automatic Control; Control Systems Engineering; Dynamics and Control; Robot Control
I work with information and communication, and teaching. I also work as a coordinator at the Industrial Doctoral School and as a project leader in Medtech4North, developing an innovation model.
Professor working with research and education in energy technology and thermal process chemistry.
Director of Centre for Sustainable Cement and Quicklime Production
My research concerns resource recovery in renewable energy systems and the work involves X-ray analytical techniques, both at the university and at synchrotrons.
In my position as, Associate Professor in Media technology I do research and education in the field of Interaction Design. Most of my research activities are done in close cooperation with companies.
My research interests include statistical signal processing, stochastic geometry, physical layer wireless communications, wireless localization and tracking, and wireless sensor networks.
Main areas I work with include Computer Communication, Analog Electronics and Project Management.
Thomas Mejtoft is an Associate Professor of Media Technology at Umeå University and program director of the five-year integrates MSc engineering program in Interaction Technology and Design.
My research focuses on enabling technologies for "intelligent embedded systems" and how many such systems can best work together to create robust and efficient "systems of intelligent systems".
Dr. Torbjörn Nordling obtained both his Ph.D. in Automatic Control (2013) and his M.Sc. in Engineering Physics (2005) from KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.
I am Associate Professor in Media Technology, assistant Program manager for the MSc program in Interaction and Design and a researcher in the Digital Media Lab research group.