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EISLAB (Embedded Intelligent Systems LAB) targets research and innovation within the realm of the research subjects Cyber-Physical Systems, Electronic Systems and Machine Learning. We are a strong research and innovation partner in various research areas, including:

  • Electronics design and production
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
  • IoT and SoS automation
  • Sensorsystems
  • Machine Learning and Deep Learning
  • Digital Transformation
  • Data Science

EISLAB constitutes a cornerstone in the area of Intelligent industrial processes, one of the university's Areas of excellence in research and innovation. Furthermore, we are involved in extensive industrial cooperations regionally, nationally and internationally, we provide core scientific effort to Centres of Excellences such as ProcessIT and SKF University Technology Center. Through the involvement in ProcessIT Europe, EISLAB has become a strong partner to Artemis, the European embedded system association.

EISLAB is also involved in many courses, for example Data Science, and educational programmes, such as the Master Programmes in Computer Science and Engineering, Space Engineering and Engineering Physics and Electrical Engineering.

Marcus Liwicki, Luleå University of Technology
“Robots can be good co-existing companions”

The research subject of Machine Learning establishes at Luleå University of Technolgy. – I am full of energy to steer the area of Machine Learning in a successful direction, says Marcus Liwicki, Chaired Professor of Machine Learning.

Machine Learning, Luleå University of Technology Photo: Linda Alfredsson
EISLAB Machine Learning officially starts in Luleå

2018-07-01: The research subject Machine Learning are now officially in place at Luleå University of Technology.

SKF and Luleå University of Technology renew the cooperation

The global technology company SKF and Luleå University of Technology extends its cooperation until 2020 in the field of advanced condition monitoring technologies.

Machine Learning, Luleå University of Technology Photo: Linda Alfredsson
The university on top of the world in intent classification

2018-08-24: A successful workshop and hackathon on natural language processing brings Luleå University of Technology on top of the world in intent classification.

WROOMM, Luleå University of Technology Photo: Linda Alfredsson
Successful project with remote controlled mobile machines in mine

Remote controlled vehicles will make mining both safer and more efficient. The project WROOMM has ended and the researchers at Luleå University of Technology have taken a step closer to the vision of the autonomous mine.

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KnowIT-FAST Project (2019-2023): Industrial Chatbot for Fault Diagnosis

Damage to paper machines must be foreseen and can be prevented with artificial intelligence. This is the goal of the KnowIT FAST project, which is coordinated by the Luleå University of Technology.