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New Master's thesis: How to Plan and Manage Machine Learning Projects?

Friday, March 1, 2019

This spring, Christoffer Brasjö and Martin Lindovsky, two students from Chalmers University of Technology, are researching project management practices for machine learning projects. They are now looking for organisations that are interested in joining this research.

Christoffer Brasjö and Martin Lindovsky will soon be graduated from the Master’s programme “International Project Management” at Chalmers University of Technology, and the resarch study will be their Master's thesis.

The research will focus on how machine learning driven product development and commercialization projects are being planned and managed. The expected outcome of the research is a project management framework designed to successfully guide machine learning project teams to avoid pitfalls and implement best practice.

The report will be based on learnings from interviews with stakeholders from organisations working with machine learning projects.

"For AI Innovation of Sweden this is an interesting resarch study and we look forward to share the learnings from the final report and the project guide later this year!" says Johanna Bergman, Project Manager at AI Innovation of Sweden. 
"As we are around 40 partners within this area, we hope to be a good resource, encourage our partners to take the opportunity to contribute."

Who are we looking for?

The interviews will revolve around key findings, success factors and obstacles encountered in your organisation’s machine learning projects. We hope to talk to your team members who are willing to share experiences and insights.

Time and place: 

  • The interviews will be conducted between March 15th to April 31st 2019.
  • At AI Innovation of Sweden office in Gothenburg, or at a place of your choosing.

Want to join? Contact us here