Sara Eriksén, Professor
Sara received her PhD in Informatics at Lund University 1998. Her research interests include participatory design of ICT for sustainable development, with a main focus in the areas of e-government and applied health technology.
Bo Helgeson, Professor
Bo Helgeson has a PhD in Human Work Science (1986) from Luleå University of Technology. His research interests include Interaction Design, Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Mobile Services.
Guohua Bai, Professor
Guohua received his PhD in Technical psychology and information science at Luleå University of Technology, 1998.
Stefan J Johansson, Senior Lecturer / Docent
Stefan is the manager of the GSIL group and received his PhD in Computer Science at Blekinge Institute of Technology 2002.
Kari Rönkkö, Senior Lecturer / Docent
Kari received his PhD in Software Engineering at Blekinge Institute of Technology 2005.
Hans Tap, Senior Lecturer
Hans received his PhD in Human Work Science at Blekinge Institute of Technology 2004.
Hans Kyhlbäck, Senior Lecturer
Hans is a lecturer and recieved his Ph D in Computer science in November 2010. His research focus is on coordination of advanced on-the-ground work activities. His main interest is interdisciplinary in computer and work science. Human Computer Interaction and design of user interfaces are at the core of his competence. Field studies with an ethnographic approach adds to his experience and knowlegde of work "at the shop floor" or to say "on the ground work". His research fields are health care and metal manufacturing. Developmental Work Research (DWR) and the cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT) provides his perspective on the studied everyday practice.
Charlotte Sennersten, Senior Lecturer
Charlotte recieved her PhD in Game Development in November 2010. Her main research focus is Serious games/simulations for training, cognition, attended 3D objects via vision, eyetracking interconnected with simulation engine(s) (fast paced decisions), teamaspects in simulation worlds and transfers to reality or vice verse, ...
The subject areas of interest and related areas to the research are Computer Science/HCI (Algorithms), Cognitive Science (embodied cognition), Visual Cognition (task related attention), Psychology (individual and group behavior), Sociology, 3D technologies and softwares of different kinds, biometrics and art/performance/dance.
Veronica Sundstedt, Senior Lecturer
Jenny Lundberg, Senior Lecturer
Johan Hagelbäck, Senior Lecturer
Johan recieved his PhD in Computer Science in the area of Game Artificial Intelligence and his main research focus is adaptive technologies for strategy games. This involves the use of techniques such as potential fields, multi-agent systems, machine learning and game theory. He is currently working on multi-agent potential field based solutions for real-time strategy games.
Martin Fredriksson, Senior Lecturer