Erik G. Larsson at Linköping University has been selected as Wallenberg Scholars in 2019

Twenty-two prominent scientists have been selected as Wallenberg Scholars, three of them at Linköping University. Security Link board member Erik G. Larsson is one of them which means that he receives SEK 18 million for free research in the coming five years.

Link to article at Linköping University webpage: https://liu.se/nyhet/tre-nya-wallenberg-scholars-vid-liu

Link to radio interview (go to 126 min after start):  https://sverigesradio.se/avsnitt/1260817

New agreement brings hope for rhinos

A pilot project to save Africa’s rhinos from poachers has been run in the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, led by Fredrik Gustafsson, professor in sensor informatics, and the Security Link research programme at Linköping University. A continuation of the project has now been secured, when a three-year collaboration agreement, with the possibility of extension, was signed this summer by the Kenya Wildlife Service and Linköping University.

 

Link to article at Linköping University webpage: https://liu.se/en/news-item/nytt-avtal-ger-hopp-for-fler-noshorningar