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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.

News

  • Use of social media is taking place both online and offline

    [15 Oct 2019] Social media has changed how people interact. However, social media use is neither static or specifically linked to certain platforms. Emerging technical capabilities, changes in lifestyle and time management as well as the increasing possibilities to engage in online and offline interaction simultaneously affect our use of social media. Those are some of the results from a new doctoral thesis on Instagram and social media from University of Gothenburg.

  • Submission fo SWEG 2020 coming up

    [10 Oct 2019] SWEG 2020 is a forum for discussing current eGovernment research issues. The workshop is dedicated to open and creative discussions about the current status of eGovernment research and future directions.

  • Aleksandre Asatiani is new senior lecturer in informatics

    [19 Sep 2019] Aleksandre Asatiani is new senior lecturer at the Division of Informatics, Department of Applied IT. He was born in Russia, grew up in Georgia, lived over twelve years in Finland, two years in England and now recently moved to Sweden. He speaks four languages and finally got his bike shipped to Gothenburg from Birmingham, so that he can explore the city. He currently lives in Askim and is now preparing to learn Swedish.

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