• Spring Ceremony at the IT Faculty

    [23 Mar 2015] The IT Faculty will on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 - along with the Department of Applied Information Technology and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering - organises the annual Spring Ceremony to celebrate all our programmes students who are finishing their studies during the spring semester 2015.

  • Interaction Design in close collaboration with National University of Singapore

    [10 Dec 2014] Interaction Design in close collaboration with National University of Singapore.

  • International application for Master´s programme opens December 1

    [1 Dec 2014] Don´t miss the chance to apply for one of our Master´s programme, Master in Communication or Interaction Design and Technologies.

  • Technical skills and design interest led to Spotify

    [21 Nov 2014] Classmates from all over the world and the chance to combine technical expertise with a large design interest inspired Juntima Nawilaijaroen to study the Master's programme in Interaction Design and Technologies at Chalmers. Even before the programme is complete, she has already worked at Spotify and decided to stay in Sweden with the ambition to start her own business in the future.

  • Design award to researcher Sara Ljungblad

    [6 Nov 2014] Sara Ljungblad, researcher and associate senior lecturer at Applied IT, is part of an award winning design team. LOTS Design and Getinge received a design award for an interaction design solution for operators working in sterilizing and washing processes in hospitals world-wide. Sara has contributed in international user studies, in analyzing data from the studies, and in international early prototype testing. She has recently spent three years conducting research and work with industrial designers at Lots Design in Gothenburg. The Award diploma was received in Berlin, 25th of October, 2014.

  • Artificial intelligence that imitates children's learning

    [22 Sep 2014] The computer programs used in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are highly specialised. They can for example fly airplanes, play chess or assemble cars in controlled industrial environments. However, a research team from Gothenburg, Sweden, has now been able to create an AI program that can learn how to solve problems in many different areas. The program is designed to imitate certain aspects of children's cognitive development.

  • Two Spring Ceremonies held at the IT Faculty

    [17 Jun 2014] On the 12th of June the traditional Spring Ceremonies were held at the IT Faculty. This year there was one ceremony for the students at the BSc programmes, and another for the master students.

  • A rotten tomato helps to visualize increasing noise level in class rooms

    [14 May 2014] SubRosa is a persuasive ambient display system designed to reduce sound levels in areas used for quiet study. PhD-student Pawel Wozniak, toghether with other staff, at the Department of Applied IT, have constructed a high-fidelity prototype that visualises ambient noise levels, in this case as a rotting tomato.

  • Summer course: "Programming for mobile plattforms" - apply before March 17

    [28 Feb 2014] The objective of the course is to introduce the student to the programming and designing of mobile applications.

  • Christian Stöhr defended his thesis "Governing Power, Knowledge and Conflict in Complex Commons Systems"

    [17 Dec 2013] On the 13th of December Christian Stöhr held his dissertation on governance of the commons.

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