Bengt Carlsson, Professor
Bengt Carlsson is the manager of the DISL group and received his Ph.D. in December 2001 at Blekinge Institute of Technology. The PhD thesis discussed the connection between agents in multi-agent systems and biological models. Current interests involve information security and privacy questions.
Paul Davidsson, Professor
Paul Davidsson received his PhD in Computer Science from Lund University, 1996. His research interests include the theory and application of multi-agent systems and machine learning.
Håkan Grahn, Professor
Håkan Grahn is a Professor of Computer Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology since 2007. He received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Engineering in 1995 from Lund University. His main interests are computer architecture, multicore systems, parallel computing, performance evaluation and prediction, and simulation. Since January 2011, he is Dean for research at the Faculty of Engineering.
Dr. Niklas Lavesson, Associate Professor
Niklas Lavesson received his Ph.D. in computer science from Blekinge Institute of Technology, 2008. His research interests comprise the theory and application of machine learning. His work focuses on analysis and design of supervised classification learning algorithms. Lavesson's applied research focuses on the use of machine learning for historical research, healthcare management, and law enforcement. He is the coordinator of third-cycle education at Blekinge Institute of Technology.
Dr. Jan Persson, Associate Professor
Jan Persson received his Ph.D. in Optimization from Linköping Institute of Technology, 2002. His main research interests are theory and application of optimization for planning production and transportation.
Dr. Stefan Axelsson, Assistant Professor
Stefan Axelsson received his PhD in Computer Science from Chalmers University of Technology in 2005. He also has more than ten years experience in industry. His main interests are in computer security, esp. intrusion detection (surveillance) and how to apply results from machine learning and visualization to that problem domain.
Dr. Martin Boldt, Assistant Professor
Martin defended his Ph.D. in Information Security in April 2010. His research focus is Privacy-Invasive Software (PIS), such as spyware. He has used computer forensic methods to investigate both properties of PIS, and the accuracy of their associated countermeasures. From these results he has developed a classification of PIS, and preventive mechanisms that address these threats before infecting users' computers.
Dr. David Erman, Assistant Professor
David Erman received his Ph.D. degree in Telecommunication Systems at Blekinge Instititute of Technology in march 2008, where he is currently employed as a senior lecturer. His academic background is in signal processing and computer science, before turning to computer networking, mainly focussing on P2P systems and overlay networks. His research interests include distributed systems, large-scale media distribution and streaming, P2P communication, overlay networking, and network coding.
Dr. Larry Henesey, Assistant Professor
Larry has a Master's Degree in Maritime and Transportation Management, Cum Laude from the University of Antwerp, Belgium. He received his Licentiate degree in Computer Science from BTH in 2004 and his Ph.D. in Computer Science from BTH in 2006. His main interest is in Intelligent Decision Support Systems for management of container networks and container ports.
Dr. Johan Holmgren, Post Doc.
Johan has a Master of Science degree in Mathematics with main focus on optimization from Linköping University. He defended his Ph.D. in Computer Scince in October 2010. His research interests include multi-agent systems, simulation and optimization with application to decision support and policy analysis in supply chains.
Dr. Henric Johnson, Assistant Professor
Henric received his doctoral degree from Blekinge Institute of Technology in 2005. He has an industrial background from the research department at Ericsson Inc. (Research Triangle Park, North Carolina) and has also been a visiting scholar at University of California Davis and a graduate student at Virginia Tech. He is currently an Assistant Professor at the School of Computing (COM) and Vice-chancellor at Blekinge Institute of Technology. His research focuses on social computing, trustworthy communication, anomaly detection and network security.
Dr. Andrew Moss, Assistant Professor
Andrew received his doctoral degree from the University of Bristol in 2007. His thesis developed techniques of Program Analysis in the context of embedded systems. His research interests have spanned static analysis, language design, compilation of DSLs, cryptography and machine learning. His current focus is on the application of program transformation techniques to problems in machine learning.
Dr. Marie Persson, Assistant Professor
Marie defended her Ph.D. in Computer Science in May 2010. Her main interest is in Health Care Logistics, i.e. how concepts from logistics and optimization can be applied in Health Care Delivery to improve performance and help management decisions. She has a Master of Science degree in Software Engineering from Blekinge Institute of Technology, 2004.
Dr. Johanna Törnquist Krasemann, Associate Professor
Johanna has a M.Sc. in Civil Engineering with focus on Transportation and Communication Systems from Linköping University. She received her Ph.D. at BTH in June 2006 with the dissertation titel " Railway Traffic Disturbance Management". Her main focus is on decision-support for railway traffic and transport systems using optimization techniques. She is one of two coordinators of the National ITS postgraduate school and on the board of the national research program KAJT (Kapacitet i Järnvägstrafiken).
Dr. Gideon Mbiydzenyuy, project leader
Gideon Mbiydzenyuy received his PhD degree in Computer Science from BTH in may 2013, within the area Road Transport Telematic Applications. His interest is on how telematic applications can be used to improve performance in road based Heavy Goods Vehicle Transport. His research is focused on how to maximize the benefits of telematic applications for road freight transport through strategic analysis of platforms and resources required by such applications. Results of his research are useful for supporting strategic decision making relating to planning of telematic applications in road transport.
Dr. Andreas Jacobsson (Malmö University)
Andreas has a Master of Science degree in Business Administration (2001). He has a Licentiate degree in Computer Science (2004) from Blekinge Institute of Technology and defended his Ph.D. in 2008. His main interests are in Internet-based information systems with a special focus on enterprise interoperability and information security.
Dr. Linda Ramstedt (Vectura, Solna)
Linda defended her Ph.D. in 2008. She has a degree of Master of Science in Civil Engineering with main focus on Communication and Transportation Systems from Linköping University. Her main interest is in intelligent logistics and the environment, i.e. how the impact from transport on the environment can be reduced.
Professor Jonas Sundberg (SWECO)
Jonas is a called in professor in Intelligent Transportation Systems from SWECO.