Advanced Software Technology in Stockholm



10 CASTOR PhD Openings,

New Projects Kick-Started,

Full House on Chaos Engineering!




What has happened since our inauguration

CASTOR is very pleased to announce 10 open PhD positions at KTH in the area of dynamic
software analysis!


Our workshop on Chaos Engineering was a great success with more than 80 persons showing up in a full lecture hall. We were also glad to see many KTH students, including young bachelor students, who got very inspired by the presentations, in particular the keynote by Lorin Hochstein from Netflix.


Two CASTOR Seed Projects have been kick-started in November between KTH and SAAB, and a new European R&D project ("Internet of DevOps") led by KTH and incubated within CASTOR has been kick-started as well. This project is the result of a joint cooperation between the ITM and EECS KTH schools, and SAAB and Ericsson.


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Upcoming Events

SafeComp2019 - Call For Papers


Elena Troubitsyna, General Chair of SafeComp this year invites you to submit a paper, deadline for submitting your abstract on the 14th of February.


Vinnova - Business Finland Project Planning Workshop

The Swedish innovation agency Vinnova and Business Finland organise a project planning workshop, with the goal to identify proposals for collaborative projects with a core of project participants from Sweden and Finland, and locally co-organized by CASTOR.

Our last news from the blog


Internet of DevOps Kick-Started

The Celtic-Plus European project "IoD", incubated in CASTOR with SAAB and Ericsson, and led by KTH, started in December.


Two CASTOR Seed Projects Started

They are taking place between KTH and SAAB, and started in November.




10 PhD Position Openings!


At KTH, and in the area of dynamic software analysis.


Full House for our Chaos Engineering Workshop

More than 80 persons attended.


Gecode hits headlines again!


Read more about its adoption by the German company SAP from Christian Schulte.



VR supports CASTOR Researchers

Musard Balliu and David Broman received grants from VR (the Swedish Research Council).

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