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Distinguished speaker series

The Halmstad Colloquium is a distinguished speaker series at Halmstad University. Prominent speakers are invited from universities, research organisations and companies around the world, to talk about topics of interest for the researchers within the research environment Halmstad Embedded and Intelligent systems research. The Halmstad Colloquium is hosted by the School of Information Technology and was founded by Professor Walid Taha in 2012.

Most talks are filmed and can be seen here (link to a list of all talks).

 

Associate professor, dr Marcia O'Malley from Rice University in Houston, talked about mechatronic systems for the repair and training of human sensorimotor control.

Professor Walid Taha, Halmstad University, and Professor Edward A. Lee, University of California at Berkeley. Professor Edward Lee was in 2012 the first invited speaker at Halmstad Colloquium and he talked about heterogeneous actor models.

We gather the most renowned researchers within their fields, and make it possible for interested viewers around the world to listen to their talks.

Walid Taha, Professor in Computer Science at School of Information Technology and founder of Halmstad Colloquium.

Dr. Magnus Egerstedt, The Schlumberger Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, talked about interacting with multi-robot networks.

Definition of Colloquium:

An academic seminar on a broad field of study, usually led by a different lecturer at each meeting.

[Latin, conversation, from colloquī, to talk together : com-, com- + loquī, to speak]

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Updated 2018-10-01