We need ever faster computers for a wide range of applications, including medical research, weather forecasting and entertainment. But the energy needed to move and access data limits how fast we can run. David Black-Schaffer wants to enhance computer performance by making computers more energy-efficient and flexible in how they find and store data.
Wallenberg Clinical Scholar David Erlinge wants to save even more lives. The goal is to identify the patients of the future before they suffer a heart attack.
Wallenberg Academy Fellow Christoph Langhammer will be expanding the field of nanoplasmonics by adding new elements and alloys.
Wallenberg Academy Fellow Staffan I. Lindberg is one of four research leaders in an international project entitled Varieties of Democracy. A database containing millions of items will be used to reveal the nature of democracy.