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TECoSA Research Seminar: Explainable Reinforcement Learning for Telecom

Speakers:  Industrial PhD students Ahmad Terra (TECoSA, Ericsson) and Franco Ruggeri (Ericsson) Location: C435, Brinellvägen 85 (plan 4) Zoom link and sign-up link circulated to members Please email vickid@kth.se if you have any questions. ABSTRACT: Explainable Reinforcement Learning (XRL) primarily to provide explainability for black-box models to enable trust. XRL includes multiple methods applied to different… Read More »TECoSA Research Seminar: Explainable Reinforcement Learning for Telecom

TECoSA Seminar – Configuration of Dependable Edge Computing Platforms for Virtualized Critical Control Applications

We aim to bring you a TECoSA Seminar on the first Thursday of each month during term-time.  All are welcome to attend and we look forward to some lively discussions. Members can accept the Outlook invitations, non-members can email tecosa-admin@kth.se to register. Our October seminar is with Prof Paul Pop, Head of the Embedded Systems… Read More »TECoSA Seminar – Configuration of Dependable Edge Computing Platforms for Virtualized Critical Control Applications

TECoSA Research Seminar: Getting the Best Out of Both Worlds: Algorithms for Hierarchical Inference at the Edge

Speaker: Vishnu Narayanan Moothedath, TECoSA PhD student Venue, Zoom link and sign-up link circulated to members Please email vickid@kth.se if you have any questions. ABSTRACT: We consider a resource-constrained Edge Device (ED), such as an IoT sensor or a microcontroller unit, embedded with a small-size ML model (S-ML) for a generic classification application, and an Edge… Read More »TECoSA Research Seminar: Getting the Best Out of Both Worlds: Algorithms for Hierarchical Inference at the Edge

TECoSA Seminar – Learning Optimal Edge Processing with Offloading and Energy Harvesting

We aim to bring you a TECoSA Seminar on the first Thursday of each month during term-time.  All are welcome to attend and we look forward to some lively discussions. Members can accept the Outlook invitations, non-members can email tecosa-admin@kth.se to register. Our guest speaker for November is Francesco De Pellegrini, Professor of networking and AI… Read More »TECoSA Seminar – Learning Optimal Edge Processing with Offloading and Energy Harvesting

TECoSA Testbeds Demo Session

Due to popular demand, we will hold a Testbed Demo session for TECoSA members and the IIoT Nordic Network! We open with a welcome to R1, the historic (and atmospheric) former experimental reactor hall beneath KTH, followed by a brief overview of the Testbeds and the Demos, including: ~ the soft robot, ~ the Kvaser… Read More »TECoSA Testbeds Demo Session

SCSSS 2023 – Scandinavian Conference on System & Software Safety

System and software safety in electronic systems is becoming increasingly important in many industries and in critical societal infrastructure. The systems become ever more complex, connected and autonomous and the software continues to grow. This poses many challenges even for mature organizations, requiring approaches that go beyond established best practices. Many organizations face the same… Read More »SCSSS 2023 – Scandinavian Conference on System & Software Safety

TECoSA Research Seminar: Learn and Align RL Policies from Human Feedback

Speaker: Daniel Simões Marta, TECoSA PhD student (Venue, Zoom link and sign-up link circulated to members) Please email vickid@kth.se if you have any questions. ABSTRACT: Reinforcement learning from informed by human feedback (RLHF) has emerged as a novel domain in machine learning, where human insights are crucial in shaping the behavior of an AI agent. Within this domain,… Read More »TECoSA Research Seminar: Learn and Align RL Policies from Human Feedback

TECoSA Seminar – Connected, Cooperative Automated Mobility Supported by Intelligent Infrastructure

We aim to bring you a TECoSA Seminar on the first Thursday of each month during term-time.  All are welcome to attend and we look forward to some lively discussions. Members can accept the Outlook invitations, non-members can email tecosa-admin@kth.se to register. Our guest speaker for December is Michael Buchholz, Research Group Leader at Ulm… Read More »TECoSA Seminar – Connected, Cooperative Automated Mobility Supported by Intelligent Infrastructure

Trustworthy Edge Computing Workshop at SEC 2023

Join us on Friday 8 December (Stockholm kl.18.00-20.30/local time 9.00-12.30) when TECoSA holds a half-day workshop as part of the  8th ACM/IEEE Symposium on Edge Computing taking place in Wilmington, DE, USA from 6-9 December 2023. This will be the third TEC Workshop! Click here for the Programme and Description To register, please go to: https://acm-ieee-sec.org/2023/attend.php (Early registration… Read More »Trustworthy Edge Computing Workshop at SEC 2023

Invited talk on Safe & Reliable Automated Driving Decision Making

Abstract: Safety is a core concern for AD. We propose a framework to introduce safety constraints to decision making for AD. The formal STPA modeling is conducted on the operational scenarios of AD, namely, combining STPA models and ontology method to realize the structured formalized expression of the scenario, then based on that identifying the… Read More »Invited talk on Safe & Reliable Automated Driving Decision Making

TECoSA Seminar – Evolving Wireless Technology Towards 6G: The vision behind the SweWIN Center

We aim to bring you a TECoSA Seminar on the first Thursday of each month during term-time.  All are welcome to attend and we look forward to some lively discussions. Members can accept the Outlook invitations, non-members can email tecosa-admin@kth.se to register. Our first speaker of 2024 is Emil Björnsson, Professor of Wireless Communication at… Read More »TECoSA Seminar – Evolving Wireless Technology Towards 6G: The vision behind the SweWIN Center

TECoSA Research Seminar: Toward Explainable Robots: Integrating Modeling Humans and Adaptive Learning

Speaker: Elmira Yadollahi, TECoSA postdoc (Venue, Zoom link and sign-up link circulated to members) Please email vickid@kth.se if you have any questions. ABSTRACT: Explainability in human‑robot collaboration refers to the robot's ability to provide clear, transparent, and interpretable explanations for its actions and decisions. It bridges the communication gap between complex machine functionalities and humans. An active… Read More »TECoSA Research Seminar: Toward Explainable Robots: Integrating Modeling Humans and Adaptive Learning