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SAS Promotion Video

Check out our first SAS Promo Video! Watch how Dejana Ugrenovic (ESR4) and Orian Dheu (ESR15) explain which issues the ETN SAS project tackles and how the project helps society achieve Safer Autonomous Systems!

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Research yields output: first papers

The lock down is still in force, however, research continues in full swing. MSCA ETN SAS candidates Aleksandr Ovechkin (ESR5) and Hassan Tirmizi (ESR9) had recently submitted their first research outcomes to the international symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, better known as EMC Europe 2020. After a peer-review, we are delighted to announce that Aleksandr has one accepted paper: The Need ...

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Raul (ESR1) wins VIVA summer school grant

Our own Raul Sena Ferreira, ESR1, has won one of the few available grants for the VIVA European Summer School on Artificial Intelligence and Software Verification and Validation. This summer school will take place in October this year. Congratulations to Raul!

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SAS poster presentation at 30 years ICRI/CIR/CITIP: Celebratory Conference

On Friday the 4th of October, Orian Dheu (ESR15) had the opportunity to present the SAS project as well as his research orientations during a poster session that took place during the Centre for IT & IP law’s celebratory event in Leuven (Belgium). He was able to promote the project as well as engage in fruitful conversations with other participants. ...

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1 PhD position in ETN SAS project

Applications are invited for 1 PhD position (Early Stage Researcher) to be funded by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network “SAS – Safer Autonomous Systems” within the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Commission. SAS is a consortium of high profile universities, research institutions and companies located in Belgium, United Kingdom, France, Germany, The Netherlands, Norway and Ireland. Number of positions ...

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SAS KICK-OFF EVENT

EU H2020 MSCA-ETN SAS kicked off in Bruges on July 2-3, 2019. On July 2nd, the day started with a detailed introduction regarding the practical arrangements on the SAS Project Management followed by the Early Stage Researchers’ (ESRs’) pitch presentations on their background, project and host institute.Three parallel sessions regarding the three scientific work packages were held in the afternoon ...

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