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Fredrik Präntare has been awarded the Lilla Polhem prize for the best Engineering Master's Thesis 2018. The title of his thesis is "Simultaneous coalition formation and task assignment in a real-time strategy game". The thesis has been supervised by Ingemar Ragnemalm at ISY and Fredrik Heintz at IDA has been the examiner. Fredrik is now a PhD student at AIICS where he continues the work he started in the Master's thesis.
Amy Rankin has been awarded the Swedish Risk Academy Award to a Young Researcher 2018 for research relevant for increasing our knowledge about risks and for contributions to the research front, mainly in the field of Resilience Engineering. The prize is awarded to researchers in the beginning of their careers, who have made important and promising contributions to the field of risk research. In 2017, Amy defended her Ph.D. thesis entitled Making Sense of Adaptations: Resilience in High-Risk Work
The PhD education at Linköping University in computer science is of the highest quality, shows the most recent assessment carried out by the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ). Of the 14 universities in Sweden that offer PhD education in computer science, eight were assessed to be of high quality, while six have their quality questioned in the UKÄ evaluation.
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