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Lazar Rusu & Gianluigi Viscusi

New book: Information Technology Governance in Public Organizations - Theory and Practice

Lazar Rusu from Stockholm University, Sweden and Gianluigi Viscusi from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland are the editors of a recently published book by Springer that is entitled “Information Technology Governance in Public Organizations – Theory and Practice”.

Love Ekenberg

UN agency UNESCO establishes a professorship in collaboration with Stockholm University

Love Ekenberg at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences is appointed this UNESCO Chair for developing a model for large-scale higher education in Southern Africa Development Community countries (SADC).

Group of school kids with tablet pc in classroom.

Programming dancing robots develops children’s logical thinking

Whether kids learn more or less of using digital tablets in schools is impossible to say – technology is not black and white. But programming in a group supports their logical thinking and creates camaraderie.

Photo of Fredrik Blix, the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

Cyber security central to democracy

Fredik Blix has been involved with cyber security for 20 years. He recently hacked a phone on live radio, and he warns that both society and individuals are too naive in their use of IT.

Foto på Panagiotis Papapetrou, Institutionen för data- och systemvetenskap, Stockholms universitet.

Record-young Professor in Computer and Systems Sciences

Professor Panagiotis Papapetrou is, at the age of 35, the youngest person appointed to a professorship at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

Mobile Life Oskar Juhlin Barry Brown

Mobile technology that puts people first

Pleasure, enjoyment and happiness – these have been the watchwords of Mobile Life, whose operations will now continue at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences.

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