Researchers at Mälardalen University (MDH) will provide a framework for the development and use of a new technology called Time Sensitive Networking (TSN). This technology enables embedded computers in vehicles to communicate large-sized and time-sensitive information with each other. Through the research project “DESTINE - Developing Predictable Vehicle Software Utilizing Time Sensitive Networking”, future vehicles can be safer.
The international interest to study at MDH is large and the number of international students applying is increasing. At the School of Business, Society and Engineering (EST) major efforts are made in international student recruitment and activities are made in for example Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico, The Netherlands, and Germany.
Mobyen Uddin Ahmed researches on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) can be used to detect and prevent health problems and safety risks in traffic. On November 22, he holds his docent lecture titled "Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Reasoning in Data Science".