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Previous dissertations at the IT Faculty

Dissertations from 2009 onwards.

2022

Joan Khisro, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Constraints of Digital Transformation

2019
Inari Listenmaa, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Formal Methods for Testing Grammars

Prasanth Kolachina, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Multilingual Abstractions: Abstract Syntax Trees and Universal Dependencies

Truong Ho Quang, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Empowering Empirical Research in Software Design: Construction and Studies on a Large-Scale Corpus of UML Models

Beata Jungselius, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Using Social Media

Taline Jadaan, Department of Applied Information Technology:
The Emergence of Digital Institutions

Hannes Göbel, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Designing Digital Resourcing

2020
Lena Dafgård, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Digital Distance Education – A Longitudinal Exploration of Video Technology

Rodi Jolak, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Understanding and Supporting Software Design in Model-Based Software Engineering

Hawa Nyende, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Maternal Healthcare in Low-Resource Settings: Investigations of IT as a resource

Michael Kizito, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Enacting ambidextrous IT governance in healthcare

Salome Honest Maro, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Improving software traceability tools and processes

Jan Schroeder, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Understanding, Measuring, and Evaluating Maintainability of Automotive Software

Lisa Molin, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Kritiskt digitalt textarbete i klassrummet

Herbert Lange, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Learning Language (with) Grammars: From Teaching Latin to Learning Domain-Specific Grammars

Jens Ideland, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Spelet om musiken - Unga musiker spelar digitala musikspel

2021
Daniel Rudmark, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Designing Platform Emulation

Sergio García, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Service Robotics Software Engineering

Marie Utterberg Modén, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Teaching with digital mathematics textbooks - Activity theoretical studies of data-driven technology in classroom practices

Malik Nairat, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Generative comics - A computational approach to creating comics material

Grace Kobusinge, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Health Information Systems Interoperability: Towards a Managing as Designing Approach

2016
Asif Akram, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Value Network Transformation – Digital Service Innovation in the Vehicle Industry

Bassel Mannaa, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Sheaf Semantics in Constructive Algebra and Type Theory

Grégoire Détrez, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Methods and Tools for Automating Language Engineering

Simon Huber, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Cubical Interpretations of Type Theory

2017
Darko Durisic, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Measuring the Evolution of Meta-models, Models and Design Requirements to Facilitate Architectural Updates in Large Software Systems

John Camilleri, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Contracts and Computation — Formal modelling and analysis for normative natural language

Lucas Gren, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Psychological group processes when building agile software development teams

Sofia Serholt, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Child–Robot Interaction in Education

Torbjörn Ott, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Mobile phones in school: From disturbing objects to infrastructure for learning

Vard Antinyan, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Proactive Software Complexity Assessment

Åsa Fyrberg, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Acquired brain injury in children and adolescents: Investigating assessments of communicative participation in daily life situations

2018
Anna Jia Gander, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Understanding in Real-Time Communication

Fahd Omair Zaffar, Department of Applied Information Technology:
The Value of Social Media: What Social Networking Sites Afford Organizations

Fatemeh Saadatmand, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Shared Platform Evolution: An Imbrication Analysis of Coopetition and Architecture

Stefan Nilsson, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Designing for technology-mediated collaboration

2013
Ramona Enache, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Frontiers of Multilingual Grammar Development

2014
Maria Bolin, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Narrativer i förändringsarbete – Från projekt till Athenas plan

Håkan Burden, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
A Scholarship Approach to Model-Driven Engineering

Shafqat Virk, , Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Computational linguistics resources for Indo-Iranian languages

Anna-Lena Godhe, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Creating and Assessing Multimodal Texts. Negations at the Boundary

Anders Mörtberg, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Formalizing Refinements and Constructive Algebra in Type Theory

2015
Rakesh Rana, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Software Defect Prediction Techniques in Automotive Domain: Evaluation, Selection and Adoption

Martin Tallvid, Department of Applied Information Technology:
1:1 i klassrummet – analyser av en pedagogisk praktik i förändring

Tomas Lindroth, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Being Multisituated: Characterizing laptoping in networked situations

Wanda Presthus, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Business Intelligence Utilisation through Bootstrapping and Adaptation

Soumitra Chowdhury, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Service Logic in Digitalized Product Platforms—A Study of Digital Service Innovation in the Vehicle Industry

Jesper Lund, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Digital Innovation: Orchestrating Network Activities

Anne Algers, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Open learning in life sciences – studies of open educational resources in animal welfare and work-based learning in food science

Abdul Rahim Nizamani, Department of Applied Information Technology:
Reasoning with Bounded Cognitive Resources

2009
Jonas Kuschel, Department of Applied Information Technology
Vehicle Services

Maria Åkesson, Department of Applied Information Technology
Digital Innovation in the Value Networks of Newspapers

Harald Hammarström, Department of Computer Science and Engineering:
Unsupervised Learning of Morphology and the Languages of the World

2010
Anton Gustafsson, Department of Applied Information Technology
Positive Persuasion - Designing enjoyable energy feedback experiences in the home

Urban Carlén, Department of Applied Information Technology
A professional community goes online - a study of an online learning community in general medicine

Marie Eneman, Department of Applied Information Technology
Developing child protection strategies: A Critical Study of Offenders’ Use of Information Technology for the Sexual Exploitation of Children

2011

Elisabeth Frisk, Department of Applied Information Technology
Evaluating as Designing. Towards a Balanced IT Investments Approach

Louise Peterson, Department of Applied Information Technology
Values in Play – Interactional Life with the Sims

2012
Ann Svensson, Department of Applied Information Technology
Kunskapsintegrering med informationssystem i professionsorienterade praktiker

Karl Bergström, Department of Applied Information Technology
Playing for Togetherness - Designing for Interaction Rituals through Gaming

Catarina Player-Koro, Department of Applied Information Technology
Reproducing Traditional Discourses of Teaching and Learning Mathematics: Studies of Mathematics and ICT in Teaching and Teacher Education

Göran Karlsson, Department of Applied Information Technology
Instructional technologies in science education: Student's scientific reasoning in collaborative classroom activities