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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 Gothenburg University and Chalmers, 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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  • Successful partnership enhances ICT capacity in Uganda

    [6 Dec 2018] The BRIGHT-project started in 2016 with the aim to further socioeconomic development in Uganda by enhancing the ICT capacity. One of the main objectives is to educate ten doctoral students, which is well underway with PhD-projects within e-health, translation and industry collaboration.

  • Award winning work in Software Metrics

    [23 Nov 2018] Software metrics is measuring and evaluating different properties of a software to, for example, speed up product development. In the next step, researchers want to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence to the results to maximize the insight provided by software metrics.

  • Top-rated software researchers at CSE

    [31 Oct 2018] A recent bibliometric study has identified the top-20 early stage, consolidated, and experienced scholars in the field of software engineering. Among the top-rated are four researchers from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.

Page Manager: Catharina Jerkbrant|Last update: 11/7/2018
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