Jana Tumova: Key Speaker at the ARRAY TECH DAY


At the ARRAY TECH DAY remarkable key speakers will present their works. Jana Tumova is one of them and will speak about: "Making robots move safely"

Before hearing her speech, here is a short biography of Jana to know her more before the 25th April.

"Jana Tumova is an associate professor at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KTH Royal Institute of Technology External link.. She received PhD in computer science from Masaryk University External link. and was awarded ACCESS postdoctoral fellowship at KTH in 2013. She was also a visiting researcher at MIT, Boston University, and Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research & Technology Centre External link.. Her research interests include formal methods applied in decision-making, motion planning, and control of autonomous systems. Among other projects, she is a recipient of a Swedish Research Council Starting Grant to explore compositional planning for multi-agent systems under temporal logic goals and a WASP NEST project focusing on design of correct-by-design and socially acceptable autonomous systems. She received Early Career Spotlight Award at Robotics: Science and Systems 2021."