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Embedded Systems


Robotics

The robotics research group is mainly conducting research in the area of autonomous collaborating systems.

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The focus is on:

  • adaptive autonomy
  • safe and secure path planning
  • real-time 3D vision
  • mission planning for collaborating autonomous vehicles
  • human-robot interaction
  • dependable electronics in biomedical engineering and avionic systems.

Ongoing research projects

The project contributes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and develops solutions that accelerate the transition to sustainable cities.


Project manager at MDH: Baran Cürüklü

Main financing: Vinnova

The purpose of the project is to, in close collaboration with the department of rehabilitation medicine at Danderyd Hospital, implement ElectroEncephaloGraphy (EEG) mediated NeuroFeedback (NF) rehabilitation for stroke patients to study 1) the mechanisms of neuroplasticity that enable improved motor recovery and 2) the impact of severity of motor dysfunction on a) neuroplasticity, and b) on the hand grasping motor outcome of the NF rehabilitation.


Project manager at MDH: Elaine Åstrand

The ultimate goal of the DPAC profile is to establish a nationally leading and internationally renowned research centre that facilitate close cooperation between academia and industry to achieve a significant increase in research and available knowhow on advanced dependable platforms for embedded systems.


Project manager at MDH: Kristina Lundqvist

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

From a scientific point of view, the ITS ESS-H graduate school will contribute to important application areas where the aims are to improve human health and minimize human suffering, and to provide reliable sensor systems for industrial use, also in safety-critical applications.


Project manager at MDH: Mats Björkman

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

The objective of RECOG is to develop new technology for innovative brain-training for people with cognitive deficits. The ability to focus our attention on relevant information, maintain and manipulate this information during a short period of time (our Working Memory, WM), is central for human cognition.


Project manager at MDH: Elaine Åstrand

Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

This project addresses design methods for the use of DNNs in airborne safety-critical systems.


Project manager at MDH: Håkan Forsberg

Main financing: Vinnova

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