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Researcher portraits

Can AI understand human concepts? Riccardo Scandariato

The engineer who switched to informatics – meet Fredrik Svahn

Marisa Ponti Research field: citizen science

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 employed at Chalmers University of Technology. (The Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering is integrated between University of Gothenburg and Chalmers.)

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

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