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Johan Hjertonsson

Johan Hjertonsson

Jun 27, 2016 10:43 BST

The Chalmers team working on the self-driving truck.

The Chalmers team working on the self-driving truck.

May 25, 2016 07:00 BST

The Chalmers team working on the self-driving truck. Back row: Ivo Batkovic, Johan Bergström, Björnborg Nguyen, Mauro Bellone, Fredrik von Corswant, Ola Benderius. Front row: Björn P Mattsson, Mats Svensson. Not pictured: Christian Berger, Arpit Karsolia, Federico Giaimo

Ola Benderius

Ola Benderius

May 25, 2016 07:00 BST

The self-driving truck is closely monitored on the Astazero test track

The self-driving truck is closely monitored on the Astazero test track

May 25, 2016 07:00 BST

The self-driving truck is closely monitored on the Astazero test track in west Sweden. Here, it is being monitored by Chalmers researcher Ola Benderius.

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

May 18, 2016 10:00 BST

Connects banks with other mobile wallet providers for instant access, streamlined implementation

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

May 18, 2016 10:00 BST

Connects banks with other mobile wallet providers for instant access, streamlined implementation

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

Visa Europe Announces New Digital Enablement Programme with Launch Partners to Include Google’s Android Pay and Leading UK Banks

May 18, 2016 10:00 BST

Connects banks with other mobile wallet providers for instant access, streamlined implementation

A figure of the theory  where a new particle is produced in a proton-collision and then decays to two photons

A figure of the theory where a new particle is produced in a proton-collision and then decays to two photons

May 11, 2016 10:28 BST

The figure at the center of the blackboard corresponds to the process predicted by the theory of Christoffer Petersson and Riccardo Torre, where a new particle is produced in a proton-collision and then decays to two particles of light.

Christoffer Petersson 2

Christoffer Petersson 2

May 11, 2016 10:24 BST

Christoffer Petersson with a figure that corresponds to the process predicted by him and Riccardo Torre, where a new particle is produced in a proton-collision and then decays to two particles of light.

Christoffer Petersson 1

Christoffer Petersson 1

May 11, 2016 10:23 BST

Christoffer Petersson with a figure that corresponds to the process predicted by him and Riccardo Torre, where a new particle is produced in a proton-collision and then decays to two particles of light.