Department of Applied Information Technology
We develop the individual's knowledge and ability to analyze and understand various aspects of digitalization, information technology and human-computer interaction.
Located at Swedens most creative and innovative hub, Campus Lindholmen, we investigate and analyze the interaction between humans and technology in different areas such as digital innovation, blockchain, IT and school, social media, e-Health, cognitive science, communication, Internet of Things, management, Artificial Intelligence and surveillance in the digital society.
News – 28 February 2023
What digital skills are employers looking for?
Large study on the demand for digital skills in public sector
News – 13 December 2022
Mobile phone ban in school does not work
New school law turns out to be problematic
Science and Information TechnologyWhat digital skills are employers lookingfor?
Science and Information TechnologyResearchers are pushing open data forward in large EUproject
Science and Information TechnologyGothenburg University researchers have the biggest influence on digitalization in publicsector
Health and medicineCannabis studies receive much media attention, despite significant placeboresponse
University ManagementWe need to advance our positions – Head of Department HelenaLindholm
News – 8 February 2023
Cannabis studies receive much media attention, despite placebo response
Media narratives could impact the way we respond to pain treatments
News – 19 January 2023
Interview with Head of Department Helena Lindholm
A peace researcher’s perspective on digitalization in times of war and increased surveillance
Research projects - selection
Research school aims to decrease inequality in the digital welfare
1,7 million Swedes live with the risk of digital vulnerability.