Both our departments are common between the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology, and the researchers below are teaching at the programmes and courses given at both universities:
Johan Magnusson: How should IT be used to govern organizations?
Nataliya Berbyuk Lindström: Researcher in intercultural communication
Richard Torkar: Focused on solving software problems
Peter Börjesson: Design with a focus on children's interaction
Christian Berger: Carolo Cup - a competition for autonomous miniature cars
Ramona Enache: 'You sometimes have to look behind the specific problem - then you might discover the pattern'
Mathias Klang: Social media and digital rights
Elisabeth Ahlsén: Special interest: language and acquired brain injuries
Wolmet Barendregt: Exploring the possibilities of creating educational computer games
Staffan Björk: The creative challenge of finding the best games for new technology
Helena Holmström Olsson studies effective methods for software development
Jan Ljungberg: IT turns ingrained notions on their head when it comes to innovation
Alexandra Weilenmann: How do we incorporate new technology with old habits?
Interviews with researchers at our departments employed by Chalmers University of Technology:
Devdatt Dubhashi: 'Algorithms can be used in almost every area to solve various problems'
Per Stenström constructs the computers of the future
Andrei Sabelfeld, The art of being ahead of a hacker
Michael Christie has a passion for higher education