Department of Informatics

Lund University School of Economics and Management


in information systems

Our research on Designing Digitalization focuses on the omnipresent digital transformation of society, human activities, and how we contribute to this transformation as designers and developers.

The department strives to be recognized as a leading information systems research centre in Europe. Research in information systems in Lund is multi-disciplinary in its approach and has a strong international focus in terms of research issues and general involvement. At the Department of Informatics we make a difference through understanding, explaining and improving our world and the human conditions by expanding our intellectual footprint in the field of Information Systems (IS) through conducting research on design, implementation and effects of IS.

All research at the department meet high academic standards and provide a research foundation for high-quality education. Meaningful and useful research contributions, such that makes a difference, are produced from our IS research-initiatives. Design theory improving how “things” are supposed to be and cognitive and operational business and IS effects in the perspective of eHealth are common research results at the department. Such results has been applied in health services and crisis management, banking and on the edge technology knowledge production for making things better.

The research strategy is open and inclusive. It builds on relevance, internationalisation and collaboration.

Read more about our research on LUSEM web pages.




Research BrownBag

20 September 2021 at 12:00–13:00


Research BrownBag

27 September 2021 at 12:00–13:00


Research Presentations: Cathy Urquhart

30 September 2021 at 13:15–15:00


Christina Keller
Professor, director of third cycle studies
Phone: +46 46 222 80 24
Room: EC2-259

Christina Keller