The department of Informatics is 30 academic staff, 6 support staff and 10 PhD students. The discipline of Informatics studies the interaction between people and technology to learn how to use technologies, and to understand their limitations. We develop tools, methods and theories and evaluate information technology in relation to individuals, organizations and society. Our main areas of research are IT Management, eHealth and Interaction Design. Most of our research is conducted with partners from a wide variety of industries, research institutes, and other academic disciplines.
No open positions at the moment.