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Profiles and Features

“The best thing about IDS is the mixed disciplines”
“The best thing about IDS is the mixed disciplines”

Johan Iraeus does research on preventing and mitigating vehicle collision injuries at Chalmers.

“Important to keep things going  and motivate the students"
“Important to keep things going and motivate the students"

Chemistry instructor William Siljebo thinks it's important to help the students with study techinques.

Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems
Technology to enable intelligent embedded systems

Tomas Nordström, professor of Intelligent Embedded Systems is studying advanced learning computer systems.

Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans
Socially intelligent systems in collaboration with humans

Helena Lindgren's research comprises basic research in AI and applications for increased health.

Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol
Chemistry that turns biomass into petrol

Jyri-Pekka Mikkola's research group have invented renewable petrol. Can they put the system into production?

Maps to explore the information space
Maps to explore the information space

Martin Rosvall is professor of theoretical physics with a specialization in computational science

Full list of Profiles and Features

Three perspectives on doctoral student life
Read about about the challenging journey from being a student to a researcher.
Published: 11 Dec, 2018
Johanna Olsson - Brings education to a new dimension
As a teacher and educational consultant, Johanna Olsson wants to develop teachers’ digital competence
Published: 26 Nov, 2018
A day at the Head-teacher training prog
A day at the Head-teacher Training Programme.
Published: 26 Nov, 2018
A bird’s eye on digital revolution
Meet Pelle Snickars – professor at Humlab, and one of the most prominent media theorists in Sweden.
Published: 23 Nov, 2018
Collaboration for green hydrocarbons
Bio4Energy researchers and company Eco-Oil are launching a new technology for making “green” hydrocarbons.
Published: 23 Nov, 2018
Artificial intelligence changes our society
Researchers at Umeå University are gathering to strengthen the university's role in AI.
Published: 21 Nov, 2018
Why don’t we safeguard our democracy more?
Abrak Saati reflects on how life coudl have panned out.
Published: 21 Nov, 2018
Stephen Daly, postdoctoral researcher at King’s College London
Short interview with FairTax researcher Stephen Daly, postdoctoral researcher at King’s College London.
Published: 20 Nov, 2018
Kiran Aziz, Fairtax Researcher
Short interview with Kiran Aziz, FairTax researcher
Published: 20 Nov, 2018
A collaboration worth building on
The Co-op model helps students to combine studies with job placements at regional construction companies.
Published: 20 Nov, 2018
The biomedicine student who got on the plane to Umeå
"The course starts tomorrow!" Henry Bwanika just got on the plane to Umeå to start his student life.
Published: 19 Nov, 2018
Dyslexia doesn’t stop me
Given the right support, dyslexia is no hindrance. Just ask Johanna Lundström who studies architecture.
Published: 19 Nov, 2018
Mountain-crossing climate research
The Abisko research station is popular among researchers from all over the world for studying climate change.
Published: 16 Nov, 2018
A place to meet for many expressions
Among workplaces at the University, Bildmuseet contemporary art museum stands out somewhat.
Published: 15 Nov, 2018
Sustainable trio of perspectives
They have different methods at their departments to help shape the future through sustainable development.
Published: 13 Nov, 2018