Our research on designing digitalisation focuses on the digital transformation of society, human activities, and how we contribute to this transformation as designers and developers.
The research at the department focuses broadly on digital transformation and includes both the process of this transformation and its impact on users and society. Some of the specific topics of research are: decision automation and decision support systems, green and sustainable IS and smart cities, artificial intelligence and human-AI hybrids, information security and privacy, the sharing economy, mobile solutions, eGovernment, online learning, implications and design of IT in healthcare, and both the instrumental and humanistic outcomes resulting from global IT work.
The research is open and inclusive and builds on relevance, internationalisation and collaboration.
Read more about our research on LUSEM web pages
Our research strategy was created by the researchers at the department and it plays an important role in the development of our research.
The research strategy sets to describe information systems as a research discipline in general, but also specifically at the Department of Informatics. It details our mission, values, and aspirations within our research. Furthermore it expresses how we can achieve those aspirations and outlines the expectations for our members of staff.