“Filling this significant knowledge gap is crucial.”
EU Commission grants over SEK 78 million to Örebro University-led research project exploring link between endocrine-disrupting chemicals and fatty liver disease.
“Robots will be capable of training each other”
Robots could be capable of handling more complex tasks than they do today. Robots could also learn from one another, making the entire manufacturing industry more efficient. This is according to Quantao Yang’s doctoral thesis, recently defended at Örebro...
Human needs to guide AI – new research network formed in Örebro
Human needs should guide the development of artificial intelligence, AI. This is the basis for a new international network of researchers and businesses that recently held their network launch meeting in Örebro.
His research looks at cyber security and ransomware in IT systems
Alberto Giaretta left Italy to take up a position as postdoctoral researcher at Örebro University. The main difference between university studies in the two countries is the slightly different approach to theory and practice.
Measuring how green Örebro is with AI – can impact new green area planning
Seeing how green a city is and following its progress is time-consuming. Green managers at Örebro Municipality are collaborating with AI researchers at Örebro University to perform analysis using AI and satellite data automatically.
New research project on biogas and AI
Producing biogas more efficiently with the help of AI. That is the goal of a new research project at Örebro University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU – and has been granted over SEK five million from the Swedish Energy Agency.
Researching PFAS substitutes in outdoor clothing
Although hazardous PFAS chemicals are being phased out from outdoor clothing, the question is, what are they being replaced with? A new research project at Örebro University aims at finding out.
Through snow and fog with autonomous cars – new research makes radar navigation safe
Researchers at Örebro University have successfully improved the precision in radar sensors for navigation to such a degree that the sensors can be used in autonomous cars – opening up for safe driving whatever the weather.
Ambassador’s visit strengthening Japan–Örebro University relations
Increased and enhanced collaboration was in focus when Japan’s ambassador to Sweden visited Örebro University. “We are delighted that we get to further strengthen our ties to Japan,” says Vice-Chancellor Johan Schnürer.
Robot competition the finale of summer school in robotics
There was plenty of laughter and emotions were running high as the summer school’s robot football tournament was battled out. In total, six matches were played and the robots of “The Cheeky Nandos” won the final with a score of 3–0.