The Industrial Doctoral School gets a new steering group
Umeå University’s Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation is a faculty-wide graduate research institution of higher education with that is built upon on a joint collaboration between Umeå University and external organisations and companies. A new steering group for the Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation was appointed on 1 July 2019.
Text: Ingrid Söderbergh
The Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation is governed by a steering group and is organisationally placed under the Faculty of Science and Technology. The Chairperson of the Board is Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dieter Müller and the members consist of teacher representatives from the four Faculties of the University, and three external representatives from the private and public sectors.
Professor Anna Linusson Jonsson has been the Director of the Industrial Doctoral School for Research and Innovation since 2014.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Dieter Müller
Jonas Nilsson, researcher, the Department of Radiation Sciences, Faculty of Medicine
Johan Trygg, professor, the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science and Technology
Torkel Molin, Deputy Dean, Associate professor at Department of Culture and Media Studies, Faculty of humanities
Jessika Wide, Associate professor at Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social sciences
Åsa Fällman, Municipality of Umeå
Malin Andersson, Volvo Cab Competence Center
Ingrid Undén Lindehell, VAKIN
Anna Linusson Jonsson, professor, IDS' director
Åsa Boily, Head of faculty office at Faculty of Science and Technology, Dean's Office