List of computer science publications by Fredrik Elinder. This article has been accepted for publication and undergone full peer review but has not been through the copyediting, typesetting, pagination. USPTO patent applications submitted by and patents granted to Fredrik Elinder.
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Professor of organic electronics Magnus Flinder have been awarded SEK 27 million for the coming five years from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to work on future technology for liquid fuels that are based on water and oxygen. Better is Peace Among warplanes, a chilling manifestation against the madness of war. Global Weeks on Campus, from 12 to 23 November, will focus on global sustainability.
Two new projects fredril segregation What role do bridges, roads and parks have for the segregation in a city? Efforts to reduce the environmental impact of aviation are a lot about details and collaboration.
Drug development – not only in industry
Two weeks with a focus on global sustainability Panel discussion, clothes swap, sustainable investment and several seminars. The project is evaluated by DDD every six months, and it is hoped that the collaboration will continue with increased support during the spring of The third generation will place people in the centre. SEK 44 million for research into the mental health of young people Two research environments at LiU have each received nearly SEK 22 million from the Swedish Research Council to work on different aspects of the mental health of children and young people.
Prize for AI algorithm How can units collaborate to complete a task in the best possible manner? Researchers from Frecrik propose a new device concept that can efficiently transfer the information carried by electron spin to light at room temperature — a step stepping stone towards future information technology.
Neurotree – Fredrik Elinder Family Tree
Researchers have analysed the transformation of Swedish mining policy, and the many conflicts the policy has caused. LiU Innovation guided the researchers when they took expert help in writing a patent application.
This is particularly clear in the matter of pensions.
With limitless energy she works to spread knowledge about everything that we can do to preserve biological diversity. This is a myth: Tracking a complete voltage-sensor cycle frsdrik metal-ion bridges Authors: Results from a research study published in Nature Communications show how the inner ear processes speech, something that has until now been unknown.
Food for thought Once a week the kitchens at Campus Valla operate at full pressure.
In the overall ranking, however, LiU has dropped to place How experts look at accident scenes Calling for help in the event of an accident — it is something that anyone may have to do. The robot is intended for use in dangerous environments.
Children should be able to grow up without the fear of threats and abuse. This way of working suits me: A further SEK 17 million has been awarded to a research environment in migration and integration. The grant is awarded by the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. A study from LiU shows that the thymus plays an important role in the immune response during a normal pregnancy.
In the eye of the storm stands gynaecologist and Alumna of the Year Eva Uustal. Find out what happens inside magnetic materials at high temperatures.
The total amount they receive is SEK 84 million. The board of the Faculty of Science and Engineering has levelled serious criticism against a previous LiU researcher, considering that he can be held accountable for misconduct in at least three scientific articles. The pathway forwards has not been straight, and the researchers have contacted the innovation office on several occasions.
In a recently concluded project in Horizonresearchers and developers from three European countries have created new technology for a disaster-response robot. Rediscovering the potato onion Have you ever eaten a potato onion?
The immune system of a pregnant woman is altered during pregnancy, but not in the way previously believed. Researchers from LiU propose a new device concept that can efficiently transfer the information carried by electron spin to light at room temperature — a step stepping stone towards future information technology.
Safer ambulance practice Almost all elidner procedures performed during pre-hospital transport are affected by forces and noise that high driving speeds entail. The process of developing a medicine from an interesting substance is complicated and extremely expensive. This is the conclusion of LiU doctoral student Ulrika Sultan, editor of a book targeting teachers of technology in grades Theories and concepts within child studies will be discussed and refined at an international workshop.
Researchers at LiU also have access to Sigma. Magnus Blinge, adjunct professor in environmental logistics, is coordinating work at LiU. SEK 33 million for room temperature quantum eliinder Igor Abrikosov, professor at LiU, has been awarded SEK 33 million for the coming five years from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation to show how it is possible to use the smallest components of quantum mechanics at room temperature.
Exchange of ideas at the third WCMM symposium International invited speakers and researchers from several Wallenberg centres presented and discussed research results at the third symposium arranged by the Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at LiU.
SEK 28 million for multidisciplinary research into new medicines Magnus Berggren, professor of organic electronics at LiU, has been awarded more than SEK fredtik million in the coming seven years from the Swedish Research Council for research into electronic neuromedicines. This demand has been made by more than 2, researchers. Researchers at LiU are working to develop a method to convert water and fdedrik dioxide to the renewable energy of the future, using the energy from the sun and graphene applied to the surface of cubic silicon carbide.
Emotional scars increase the risk of sports injury Active top-flight athletes who have experienced sexual or physical abuse at some time in their life run a greater risk of sports-related injury.
Researchers at the Laboratory of Organic Electronics have developed a method that increases the signal strength from microbial electrochemical cells by up to twenty times.
LiU researchers among the most cited in the world Four researchers from LiU claim places on the list of the most highly cited — and thus most influential — researchers in the world.
LiU researcher to be awarded SEK 1.