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Co-inform

Co-inform (Co-Creating Misinformation Resilient Societies)

Co-Inform brings together academic researchers, technology companies and fact-checkers with aiming conducting interdisciplinary research and based on its results, initiate a bottom-up approach towards fighting online misinformation.

metoo

#metoo activism in Sweden

A 4 year long interdisciplinary research project that will investigate the movement using a mix method approach and from different scientific perspectives: Computer and Systems Sciences, Social Psychology, Gender Studies, and Media and Communication Studies.

Mobile hologram

New Master’s programme in creative and immersive technology

In a rapidly changing technological landscape, there is an urgent need for knowledge of all three core aspects of design: technology itself, the individual user and societal implications of introducing new technology.

Students and teacher

High number of applications for DSV’s international master’s programmes

The three most popular master's programmes at Stockholm University are DSV’s programmes in Decision analysis and Data science, Information Security and IT Project Management.

Nobel Prize winner Professor Donna Strickland visits Stockholm University

Nobel Laureate in Physics visits Stockholm University

Professor Donna Strickland, one of the 2018 Nobel Laureates in Physics, visited the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences in Kista during Nobel Week 2018.

Karin Hansson och Hillevi Ganetz

Formas supports #MeToo research at DSV

Karin Hansson from DSV have received an urgent grant from Formas to collect data on # MeToo activism in Sweden.

Image of Chiara Rossitto

Chiara Rossitto and Airi Lampinen win the Best Paper Award

Chiara Rossitto and Airi Lampinen have won the David Martin Best Paper Award at ECSCW 2018.