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Computer and Information Science
Mattias Tiger, now a PhD student at IDA, is the winner of the Swedish AI Society's prize for best AI Master Thesis 2015. The title of the thesis is "Unsupervised Spatio-Temporal Activity Learning and Recognition in a Stream Processing Framework". The project was supervised by Daniel de Leng and Fredrik Heintz.
The third awarding of Wilkes stipendium, a prize given to a female computer science/engineering or IT student that has a distinguishing record has taken place with Hanna Sterneling as the award winner. Hanna studies in the second year of the Information Technology engineering program. The 2015 prize was awarded in the IDA Autumn lunch meeting.
Testing of advanced Systems-on-Chip (SoC) is affected by a number of thermal issues. Nima Aghaee's PhD thesis focuses on issues that include overheating and process variation, early-life failures related to temperature cycling and temperature gradients, and impact of temperature gradients on delay defects.
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