Computer vision for security

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Coordinator TOTALFÖRSVARETS FORSKNINGSINSTITUT, FOI - FOI Linköping
Funding from Vinnova SEK 2 400 000
Project duration December 2011 - December 2019
Status Completed

Purpose and goal

The project´s overall objective has been the development of the career opportunities for the project manager through further research at a university. The project manager has improved her academic qualifications and developed her leadership skills. The project manager has also strengthened her industrial qualifications. The project has expanded the project manager´s international network in academia and the national network in academia, industry and government agencies. The project has also developed the collaboration between FOI and Linköping University.

Expected results and effects

The project has successfully developed the project manager´s academic and industrial qualifications, networks and leadership skills. She has been able to take on new roles as project manager, assistant project manager and work package manager. The qualifications and network that the project manager received through the project have led to new collaborations, including a new international collaboration with Canada in AI for computer vision.

Planned approach and implementation

The project manager has worked part-time as a visiting researcher at LiU. Other research projects at FOI have also been focused to facilitate qualification. During the project, the research has resulted in publications of several scientific articles. The project manager has participated in national and international conferences for skills development. The project manager has been trained in research supervision and attended courses in leadership, project management and presentation. The project manager has been active in several national and international collaborations.

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Last updated 14 February 2020

Reference number 2011-03481

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