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  • billard_w.jpg David Billard: New visiting professor in digital forensics One of Europe’s leading experts in digital forensics will join the CSI lab at DSV as visiting professor. At CSI Lab he will be instrumental in setting up both research and educational activities within the area of digital forensics.
  • harald(1).jpg Harald Kjellin: The psychologist who became a computer scientist Professor Harald Kjellin worked as a psychologist for many years before he retrained and became a computer scientist. As a red thread through all he has done is knowledge and learning in one form or another. It has been about how knowledge is built and systematized and about teaching skills. 2006 he became professor at DSV.
  • Love Ekenberg, Head of department Love Ekenberg: Making wise decisions Mathematics, philosophy and theology - professor Love Ekenberg admits that he has followed a winding path to his current post as professor at the department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV). His many occupations and multifarious interests are also apparent in what he does today.
  • mats.jpg Mats Danielsson & Love Ekenberg: Insight and influence in democratic decision-making DSV has received a grant of just over 4.5 million from Formas for a project that aims to provide more democratic social decision-making using the computer support - what usually is called e-democracy. It's about how citizens gets more insight and more influence in decision making. The researchers hope to create tools for a broad and informed public participation.
  • Centre Director oskar_juhlin.jpg Oskar Juhlin: "To seriously deal with the unserious" This is how Oskar Juhlin describes his research at the Mobile Life Centre. He loves to do research and to combine his interest in technology with a societal perspective with a particular focus on consumer needs for entertainment.
  • Professor Paul Johannesson, Institutionen för data- och systemvetenskap. Paul Johannesson: “Progress is being driven by teenagers!” Professor Paul Johannesson makes this comment about the developments in social media, such as Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, etc. This will have an impact on the development of business management systems in professional life too.
  • Theo Kanter Theo Kanter: Smart Services for Future Internet Theo Kanter has been a visiting professor at DSV since summer 2010. His research is in the intersection of Ubiquitous Connectivity, Networked Media, and Distributed Sensor & User Information. Theo focuses on possible services by studying the properties of the platform for intelligent services for the future Internet. Theo Kanter had a part time position as visiting professor during the period 2010-2011. Now he is at DSV full time and director of the research unit with the provisional name "new K2".