Sweden’s fastest supercomputer for AI now online

A donation of EUR 29.5 million from the Foundation has made the construction of the new supercomputer Berzelius at Linköping University possible.

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Fifteen mathematicians will share funding worth SEK 25 million from Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation’s mathematics program.

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Light emitted from stars reveals the elements they contain, and the elements in turn tell the story of each star. Wallenberg Academy Fellow Karin Lind is combining modern technology with recently developed models to study the very oldest stars in the Milky Way, and create a picture of the childhood of the galaxy.
Wallenberg Scholar Maria Falkenberg wants to learn every last detail about the entire process by which mitochondrial DNA is copied.
Wallenberg Scholar Hans Hertz is the driving force behind one of the greatest innovations in the X-ray field since the 1930s. But the technique is yet to be used on humans.
Robots are entering our daily lives in growing numbers. Your robot vacuum cleaner may soon be joined by a self-driving automobile, and deliveries to your home may come by drones. But will there be room for us – how can the technology best be adapted to meet our needs?