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Access technologies: multiple access, multiple users, multiple distributed antenna systems (AM3) (Lars Jonsson)

Period: 2008-07-01 - 2011-06-30

A joint effort by the Electrical Engineering departments of KTH/LU and our Chinese partners of BUAA/TU/HUST in the area of multiple access, multiple users, multiple distributed antenna systems. Our » more
Algebraic geometry (Professor Dan Laksov)

Research in algebraic geometry and commutative algebra. » more
Algebraic, topological and probabilistic combinatorics (Professor Svante Linusson)

Within combinatorics, e.g. study of patterns in permutations. Related to theoretical physics e.g. the random assignment problem and study of independence complexes. Related to bioinformatics, e.g. » more
Analytic interpolation with complexity constraints (Professor Anders Lindquist)

Period: 1997-07-01

This project is joint with C. I. Byrnes, Washington University, St. Louis, and T. T. Georgiou, University of Minnesota. Several important applied problems in circuit theory, robust stabilisation and » more
Biologically inspired statistical methods for flexible automatic speech understanding (Giampiero Salvi)

Period: 2010-01-01 - 2013-12-31

The project will develop machine learning methods for speech understanding that more closely resemble the biological approach to learning. It will contribute to more flexible speech interfaces and » more
Calogero-Moser-Sutherland systems and other integrable many-body systems in 1D (Professor Edwin Langmann)

Period: 1998-01-01

This project is on an interesting class of integrable quantum systems and their relation to anyons, the fractional quantum Hall effect, and gauge theories. Exploiting these relations I recently found » more
Combinatorics (Professor Anders Björner)

Research, by means of combinatorial, algebraic and topological methods, in several areas of combinatorics. Particular areas of interest are: enumeration, the theory of Coxeter groups, topological and » more
Computational modelling of the mammalian cell (Michael Hanke)

Period: 2009-01-01 - 2011-12-31

The objective of our research is to generate realistic and computationally effective models of cellular metabolism. » more
Dynamical systems (Professor Michael Benedicks)

Rigorous mathematical treatment of holomorphic dynamical systems in one and several variables - properties of Julia and Mandelbrot sets, thermodynamic formalism.

Rigorous mathematical » more
Enumerative geometry of moduli spaces of curves (Professor Carel Faber)

We study the conjectured Gorenstein property for the tautological rings of the moduli spaces of smooth curves, of curves of compact type, of stable curves, and of their analogues in the pointed case, » more
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