• Virtual Reality Software & Technology Conference

    [1 Mar 2017] The 23rd ACM Virtual Reality Software & Technology Conference will take place in Gothenburg, Nov. 8-10, 2017. The event is an international forum for the exchange of experience and knowledge among researchers and developers concerned with virtual reality software and technology. VRST will provide an opportunity for VR researchers to interact, share new results, show live demonstrations of their work, and discuss emerging directions for the field. The event is sponsored by ACM SIGCHI and SIGGRAPH.

  • The URBSEC Spring Seminars 2017 are Now Scheduled

    [22 Feb 2017] The URBSEC spring seminar series is now scheduled and open for registration. There will be three seminars, that all engage with technological development and social embedding in terms of safety, security, integrity and trust. Follow the link or click on Seminars & Events in the ribbon above to find out more and register.

  • Kick-off Meeting January 27: Safeplaces - Säkraplatser

    [10 Jan 2017] Safeplaces is a new network for information sharing, research collaboration, and teaching, devoted to knowledge-creation about crime and place, and crime prevention initiatives. The Safeplaces network is based at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and is a national resource supporetd by the Swedish Crime Prevention Council.

  • Reconciliatory Heritage - 12 MSEK to URBSEC from the Swedish Research Council

    [7 Nov 2016] The Swedish Research Council has awarded the URBSEC-coordinated project 'Reconciliatory Heritage: Reconstructing Heritage in a Time of Violent Fragmentations' 12 MSEK in the open call for proposals within the Humanities and social sciences area.

  • Book Now: URBSEC Conference Tuesday November 15

    [17 Oct 2016] The URBSEC Research Conference 2016 will take place on November 15. URBSEC affiliated researchers as well as partners from the public and private sector will meet at Clarion Hotel Post in Gothenburg to discuss ongoing projects, take part of the Swedish Civil Contingency Agency's (MSB) view on relations to Swedish research milieus in their area of responsibility, and hear a roundtable about a planned new URBSEC Priority Area on smart cities in relation to safety and security issues.

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