PhD candidate in Human Geography in the borderland between political, economic and feminist geography.
Deputy Vice-chancellor Dieter Müller is responsible for research, postgraduate education and outreach within the social sciences and humanities at Umeå University. Being the chairman of the Arctic Center (ARCUM) and UB, is part of his assignment. He is a professor of social and economic geography and past dean at the Faculty of Social Sciences. In his research, Dieter Müller works on issues related to tourism, mobility and regional development not least in northern areas.
Researching the area of population mobility, such as commuting and migration, and teaches courses in spatial planning, GIS and quantitative methods.
Louise Eriksson is a docent in psychology and work as a researcher in environmental psychology.
Focus on spatial dimesions of employment, structural change and growth. Chair of the board for Center for Regional Science (CERUM) and the director of graduate studies in human geography.
PhD candidate in human geography with a focus on social and economic geography