A pilot for development of delivery formats and financing models for master level AI-courses for professionals
Research Project , 2018 – 2020

The Project will, in collaboration beteween Chalmers faculty and organisations in need of new knowledge, develop and test delivery formats and funding models that make AI-related knowledge content in existing master´s courses available for professionals. The aim of the project is to: Make an inventory of knowledge content in existing courses linked to AI With respect to content and format, adapt and give a number of courses for professionals Evaluate and summarize a delivery format, with pertaining financing model, for professionals´ continuous competence development.

In the work to create lifelong learning, this project contributes with a model for how existing ´packaged´ knowledge in educational programs could be made available in a resource-efficient way, even for professionals in need of further education. The effect of the university´s model of lifelong learning will be that society´s different organizations and companies will be able to gain access to knowledge that will facilitate and speed up the develop of their employees and make it possible for them to work in a different way or in new areas through the application of new knowledge.

Participants

Karin Färnevik (contact)

Projektledare vid

Ulrika Lundqvist

Biträdande professor vid Chalmers, Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory

Bo Norrman

Rådgivare vid Innovationskontor Väst

Mikael Weimarck

Projektledare vid

Collaborations

Acando

Stockholm, Sweden

Arboga kommun

Arboga, Sweden

China-Euro Vehicle Technology (CEVT) AB

Gothenburg, Sweden

City of Lund

Lund, Sweden

Ericsson AB

Stockholm, Sweden

Örebro University

Örebro, Sweden

Region Västra Götaland

Vänersborg, Sweden

Saab AB

Bromma, Sweden

Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees

Stockholm, Sweden

Uppsala kommun

Uppsala, Sweden

Volvo Group

Gothenburg, Sweden

Funding

VINNOVA

Funding Chalmers participation during 2018–2020

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Latest update

2019-09-04