Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DIDD) is one of four departments at the Faculty of Computing. It has 42 staff (August 2018), of which 7 are full professors, 2 associate professors, 7 assistant professors, 3 associate senior lecturer, 9 PhD students, and 12 lecturers, 1 project assistant and a department coordinator.

All the research carried out in the Department is applied, which is in line with BTH’s strategy.  In relation to the research carried out at DIDD, its main research areas are the following:

  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Cloud Computing & Distributed Systems
  • Cryptography & Computer Security
  • Data Science
  • Decision-support Systems & Automation
  • Performance Optimization & Parallel Computing

Further, there are also several research projects associated with the different research areas.

In relation to our undergraduate education, we teach courses in computer systems, communication systems, programming & algorithms, database, Web, machine learning and security.

In the video below we present our new civil engineer program in AI and machine learning, this is planned to start ht 2019.

Detailed information about our courses is provided in the Education page. If you are looking for a specific syllabus for one of our courses, KursInfo will provide you with that.

The head of the department is professor Lars Lundberg. The department coordinator is Eva-Lotta Runesson.

You can find our department in building H and J at Campus Gräsvik, Karlskrona , and in Karlshamn.

Research

 

For more information about the research at the department please follow this link or follow the links below to each project.

Ongoing projects

Completed projects

Conferences arrangement at DIDD

The latest research publications from our researcher added in DiVA could be found here

Education

The department´s researchers and teachers are involved in many programmes and courses.

Ongoing project

  • ZUT