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IT FACULTY

The IT Faculty consists of the two departments Applied Information Technology and Computer Science and Engineering.

The research at the Department of Applied Information Technology focuses on digitalization of society and digitalization as a transformational force. Examples of the research areas: informatics, learning and IT, communication, and cognitive science.

The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology is integrated between University of Gothenburg and Chalmers University of Technology, with research in for example language technology, interaction design, programming logic, and software engineering.

The IT Faculty is very international with researchers, students and PhD students from around 30 different countries and there is a close cooperation with companies and organisations, both internationally and nationally.

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  • Understanding and supporting software design - interview with Rodi Jolak

    [14 Feb 2020] Rodi Jolak from Syria is a PhD student in the Division of Software Engineering, and the focus for his research is to understand how software architects communicate and collaborate in the software design process. What are their challenges and needs, and what possible solutions are there to support the process?

  • Student pod on digital innovation, digitalization, digital transformation and governance

    [30 Jan 2020] Swedish Centre for Digital Innovation (SCDI) has launched the latest in its initiatives intent on increasing the utilization of research findings in practice. The Dina Files, dubbed after SCDI Faculty member Dina Koutsikouri, collects podcasts where masters students have summarized key findings from the most recent research contributions on digital innovation, digitalization, digital transformation and governance.

  • Citizen science project to tackle climate change receives Norwegian funding

    [9 Dec 2019] Marisa Ponti has together with department colleagues received NOK 1,800 000 funding from Nordforsk for the project Nordic participatory, healthy and people-centred cities (NordicPATH).

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