The annual financial report sent to the Knowledge foundation in March has now been approved. The subprojects are developing well and have already resulted in several high-quality publications and one patent application. Further, during 2015 we successfully recruited seven new researchers to the project.
During the report period some changes occurred in the profile project. The two subprojects in Theme D were merged to increase synergies between companies participating in the profile. Two companies left the profile (MMI and Wireless Maingate) and one joined (Maingate Enterprise Solutions). The financial status of the project is good.
The Knowledge foundation is happy to see that the project is now established and that the recruitments are in place, and look forward to more scientific results and publications in the upcoming years.
“The BigData@BTH project is developing very well, and we are very grateful that the Knowledge Foundation supports the project and the establishment of a research environment in big data analytics and data science” says project leader Håkan Grahn