Center for Applied Intelligent Systems Research (CAISR)
The Center for Applied Intelligent Systems Research (CAISR), is a research and education center for AI at Halmstad University. The center is funded by the University and the Knowledge Foundation with support from Swedish Industry.
CAISR is a multidisciplinary research center with researchers from different areas. Our research directions are governed by the needs of society and are done in collaboration with our industrial partners.
Collaboration and organisaton
CAISR is closely linked to the research profile CAISR Health, the industrial research centre Health Data Centre, the innovation centre Leap for Life, the lab Halmstad Intelligent Home and Technology Area Aware Intelligent Systems:
- CAISR Health
- Health Data Centre (HDC)
- Leap for Life
- Halmstad Intelligent Home (HINT)
- Technology Area Aware Intelligent Systems
- Affecto Sweden
- AI Sweden
- Air Liquide
- Alfa Laval
- Berkeley University
- Chicago University
- EasyServ Sweden
- European DLB Consortium
- FacePhi Biometria Ltd.
- Hallandia V
- Halland municipalities (Falkenberg, Halmstad, Hylte, Kungsbacka and Varberg)
- Harvard Medical School
- HEM (Halmstad Energi och Miljö)
- High Five
- HMS Industrial Networks
- HotSwap Norden
- Karolinska Institute
- Linköping University Hospital
- Lund University
- NEAT Electronics
- Novo Nordisk
- Region Halland
- Region Skåne
- Region Stockholm
- Region Västra Götaland
- Region Örebro län
- RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden)
- Sahlgrenska at Gothenburg University
- SKR (Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions)
- Stena Recycling
- Tappa Service
- Toyota Material Handling
- Volvo Technology / Volvo Group Trucks Technology
- Volvo Bus Corporation
- Volvo Group Connected Solutions
- Volvo Trucks Corporation
- Thorsteinn Rögnvaldsson (project manager for CAISR)
- Magnus Clarin
- Josef Bigun
- Mattias Ohlsson
- Mark Dougherty
- Slawomir Nowaczyk
- Stefan Byttner
CAISR Industrial Advisory Board
The CAISR partners have decided to create an Industrial advisory board (IAB), consisting of representatives from each industrial partner. This group will follow the project development with respect to the co-production and co-operation between the Parties. The Industrial Advisory Group will meet twice a year. The Industrial Advisory Group will express themselves on issues of potential new partners in the project, changes in financing and project development from business perspective.
CAISR Reference Group
The reference group consists mainly of representatives from national and international research institutions. The reference group gives advice and comment on the project development from the academic perspective, not least by the University’s perspective. They will also give their view on research, innovation and education perspectives. The reference group can also provide suggestions for concrete actions to improve the project.
- Abbas Orand
- Abdallah Alabdallah External link.
- Albert Bifet
- Alexey Vinel External link.
- Ali Amirahmadi External link.
- Amira Soliman External link.
- Antanas Verikas
- Awais Ashfaq External link.
- Björn Åstrand External link.
- Christofer Englund External link.
- Ece Calikus External link.
- Emmanuella Budu External link.
- Enayat Rajabi External link.
- Eren Erdal Aksoy External link.
- Eric Järpe External link.
- Felix Rosberg
- Fernando Alonso-Fernandez External link.
- Hadi Fanaee External link.
- Hamid Sarmadi External link.
- Jennifer David
- Jens Lundström External link.
- Johannes van Esch External link.
- Jonathan Burgos External link.
- Josef Bigun External link.
- Kobra Etminani External link.
- Kunru Chen External link.
- Louise Wandel External link.
- Magnus Clarin External link.
- Magnus Löwenadler
- Mahboubeh Jannesari
- Mahmoud Rahat External link.
- Maria Luiza Recena Menezes External link.
- Mark Dougherty External link.
- Markus Lingman External link.
- Martin Cooney External link.
- Mattias Ohlsson External link.
- Mohamed-Rafik Bouguelia External link.
- Mohammed Ghaith Altarabichi
- Nicholas Wickström External link.
- Omar Hamed External link.
- Onur Dikmen External link.
- Pablo del Moral External link.
- Peyman Mashhadi External link.
- Philip Andersson
- Pontus Wärnestål External link.
- Rebeen Ali Hamad
- Reza Khoshkangini External link.
- Roger Carlsson External link.
- Roland Thörner External link.
- Samaneh Jamshidi External link.
- Sepideh Pashami External link.
- Shiraz Farouq External link.
- Sławomir Nowaczyk External link.
- Stefan Byttner External link.
- Susanne Lindberg External link.
- Taha Khan
- Thomas Munther External link.
- Thorsteinn Rögnvaldsson
- Tiago Cortinhal External link.
- Tommy Salomonsson External link.
- Torkel Strömsten External link.
- Wagner de Morais External link.
- Yuantao Fan
- Yurong Li
- Zahra Taghiyarrenani External link.
Research projects and application areas
The mission of CAISR is to serve and promote the development of industry and society. It is a center for industrially motivated research on the future technologies for and application opportunities with aware intelligent systems. CAISR will serve as a partner for industry's own research and development, as a recruitment base for those who seek staff with state-of-the-art knowledge in intelligent systems technologies, and as a competence resource for industry and society. Read more about the research focus and application areas of CAISR:
Links to articles about CAISR researchers and research projects can be found under ’Articles’ below. The research projects are also described on CAISR’s wiki pages:
Scientific articles published by CAISR researchers are collected under:
Articles about CAISR researchers:
- Better care at a lower cost by using data (about Awais Ashfaq)
- Monitoring district heating substations important to the future smart city (about Shiraz Farouq)
- Human-machine collaboration improves the detection of anomaly (about Ece Calikus)
- Smart Home Activity Recognition boosts quality of life (about Rebeen Ali Hamad)
- Future AI needs to solve problems without labels (about Hadi Fanaee)
- Professor’s Portrait: “Life would be boring without difficult problems” (about Slawomir Nowaczyk)
- Enabling the full potential of Machine Learning (about Mohamed-Rafik Bouguelia)
- AI important for future personalised care (about Alexander Galozy)
- Joint human-machine learning can improve district heating (about Ece Calikus)
- Artificial intelligence could predict and prevent diseases (about Kobra Etminani)
- Increased security with facial recognition (about Fernando Alonso-Fernandez)
- Robots that understand, learn and imitate humans (about Eren Erdal Aksoy)
- Slawomir wants to create an artificial, truly intelligent system (about Slawomir Nowaczyk)
- Driven to contribute to something larger (about Thorsteinn Rögnvaldsson)
- From punch cards to artificial intelligence – from east to west (about Antanas Verikas)
- An Engineer with a Passion for Health (about Anita Pinheiro Sant´Anna)
- Anita’s company wants to forge the link between researchers and facts (about Anita Pinheiro Sant´Anna)
- The researcher who wants to teach machines to see (about Josef Bigun)
Articles about CAISR research projects:
- Artificial intelligence can strengthen and provide new opportunities for local businesses
- Horizon Europe funds project about AI for safer traffic environment
- Can AI mend your broken heart?
- Research about face recognition when using a mask
- Artificial intelligence and precision health at Halmstad University
- Machine errors can be predicted when companies and researchers collaborate
- Halmstad University in second place in an international AI competition
- Personalised digital intervention to battle high blood pressure
- Eight new projects within Research for innovation
- Successful research venture within AI
- Halmstad University starts a new collaborative research project with Volvo Group for more efficient electromobility
- Using AI to individualise care for heart patients in Halland
- International cross collaboration to help dementia patients
- Victory in research competition for quality assurance of patient data
- Reshaping healthcare through Artificial Intelligence
- European initiative develops better healthcare solutions for patients with dementia
- Intelligent maps will help robots navigate in your home
- Scary or safe when monitored day and night?
- Digital tools that motivate patients to take their medication