On 3 December, Dagens Nyheter’s Debatt page presented an appeal from Swedish students, who have joined the climate manifesto signed by 20,000 French students, directed towards future employers with the demand that they show they take the climate
On 27 November, Savantic hosted a breakfast seminar at their office. The theme of the talk was how Deep Learning technology has fundamentally changed image analysis.
We are happy to have Roger Viberg, our latest newcomer, finally on board with us! He will be working as Project Delivery Manager, taking care of both customer relations and the delivery process.
Savantic is growing and last week Mathias Ljungberg landed in the office. Mathias holds a PhD in Chemical Physics after many years abroad as a researcher, he has returned to Sweden. Recently, he worked in San Sebastian, Spain. Welcome to Savantic.
Savantic welcomes Johanna Öberg and Hanna Källén who started this week. Johanna Öberg worked previously at Karolinska Hospital where she worked as MR Physicist and she holds a PhD in Radiology.
Savantic will be participating in a completely new research project concerning digitalisation for fossil free mobility in Sweden. The project is headed by KTH Royal Institute of Technology and aims at resulting in new mobile services for people travelling in the Stockholm area.
Five organisations have written a joint debate article in the daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter, stating it is time to raise safety levels in the Stockholm Metro train system, in order to minimize the number of deaths.
Thierry Sikora has been one of the driving forces behind producing a common European database of electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) with electron microscopy (TEM) and for x-ray absorption. A new version of the database is availabe and has been published in Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Claes Orsholm is Alumnus of the month at Stockholm University. Among other things, Claes's work with starting Savantic is described.