- 10 year Technical Impact Award to Ginevra Castellano2019-10-17
- 2 PR-amanuenses2019-10-16
- Young Researcher Award in Computing to Mohammed Faouzi Atig2019-10-09
- Upp till 30 amanuenser2019-10-09
- Funding from KAW to Yi Wang2019-10-01
- The IT-department celebrates 20 years!2019-07-12
- Michael Thuné excellent teacher2019-05-23
- Pedagogical prize to Tobias Wrigstad2019-05-22
- Seminar: Albany Land-Ice (ALI): A Next-Generation Variable-Resolution Ice Sheet Model Towards Probabilistic Projections of Sea-Level Change
- Guest seminar: Variational inference in Gaussian processes; with application to forecasting in supply chain management
- Disputation | Dissertation: Numerical ice sheet modeling: Forward and inverse problems
- Licentiatseminarium | Licentia: Tailoring Gaussian processes for tomographic reconstruction
- Seminar: The What and What Not of Intermittent Computing
- IT20 Talk: Count on your brain - how can IT improve health?
- Disputation | Dissertation: Efficient Density Matrix Methods for Large Scale Electronic Structure Calculations
- Pedagogical lunch seminar: Assessment
The IT-department celebrates 20 years!
To celebrate this, we invite you to talks about IT.
Do you want to understand how information technology works, be a part of the IT-development and create the technology of tomorrow? At the Department of Information Technology you study in an international environment with teachers who are leading researchers within their fields. We cover a wide range of issues, from construction of computer systems, via programming of computers, storage and handling of data, to information retrieval and methods for applying computers in a variety of contexts. Find out more about our courses and international master's programmes.
Our research is grouped into five themes: Computer Systems, Computing Science, Scientific Computing, Systems & Control and Visual Information & Interaction. Each of these themes is in itself a major subject area, where we both conduct basic research and have projects with links to applications in for example Engineering, Biology, Medicine, Economy and Psychology. The broad scientific foundation is reflected in a large number of collaborations across academic disciplines as well as with industry and the public sector. Find out more about our research.
David Black-Schaffer, professor at the department of information technology at Uppsala University, gives a talk on Effective Computations: A Driving Force for IT Development.