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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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  • Temporary scholarship for fee-paying students

    [15 Jun 2020] Based on a recognition of the vulnerability of students affected by financial crisis caused by the ongoing pandemic, the University of Gothenburg launches a temporary scholarship programme for our fee-paying students. The scholarship purpose is to support our current students in the transition to the coming academic year 2020/2021.

  • Teaching both digital and on-campus this autumn

    [5 Jun 2020] Although the government has withdrawn its recommendation for remote studies, the return to campus this autumn will be limited. This is because other recommendations to help reduce the spread of the covid-19 infection still apply.

  • Congratulations, Thommy Eriksson, to the IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize 2020!

    [28 May 2020] The recipient of the IT Faculty Pedagogical Prize in 2020 is Thommy Eriksson, Division of Interaction Design. Thommy receives the prize for his pedagogical work in the master's programme Game Design & Technology and the course Digital movie making, as well as his long-standing work with the transition to digital learning.

Page Manager: Catharina Jerkbrant|Last update: 8/6/2019
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