Is associate professor at the department of computer and information science at Linköping University. Her previous research includes cognitive modelling of human visual attention, human risk perception and human behaviour adaptation. Additionally, she has been working with advanced driver support systems, and real-time decision support systems, as well as complex event processing. Her present research focuses on applying biologically-inspired artificial neural networks to vision and user mental state prediction.


Is Professor of Cognitive Systems at Linköping University and Professor of Cognitive Science at the University of Skövde, Sweden. He received his PhD from Sheffield University, UK, in 2000. His main research interest is the role of the body in cognition and social interaction, with a recent focus on people’s interaction with different types of autonomous technologies, ranging from social robots to automated vehicles.