University of Gothenburg

Higher Seminar Series

The Higher Seminar Series is hosted by the Division of Informatics at the University of Gothenburg. These seminars offer a place where invited national and international scholars as well as our researchers at the faculty present their interesting and exciting research studies.

The higher seminar series is open to all researchers who are interested to participate and is organized by Jan Ljungberg and Olgerta Tona. Feel free to sign up by sending an email to:





Lisen Selander, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Xenografting in political activism: coexisting logics powered by resource injections October, 2021

Saonee Sarker, Lund University, Sweden

Addressing Humanistic Outcomes of Technology through a Multi-Method Examination of Work-life Balance in IT work September, 2021

Marlene Huysman, Vrije University, Amsterdam

Using ethnographic methods to study AI@Work May, 2021

Aleksandre Asatiani, Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg

Sociotechnical Envelopment of Artificial Intelligence: An Approach to Organizational Deployment of Inscrutable Artificial Intelligence Systems May, 2021

Amber Young, Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas

Avoiding an Oppressive Future of Machine Learning: A Design Theory for Emancipatory Assistants April, 2021

Ole Hanseth, University of Oslo

Digital innovation and transformation of the health care sector. An assemblage theory approach March, 2021

Olgerta Tona, Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg

The CARE Theory of Dignity Amid Personal Data Digitalization March, 2021

Cristina Alaimo, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy
Jannis Kallinikos, LUISS Guido Carli University, Italy, London School of Economics, UK

Managing by Data: Algorithmic Categories and Organizing February, 2021