Excellence Center at Linköping – Lund in Information Technology

ELLIIT is a strategic research environment in information technology and mobile communications, funded by the Swedish government in 2010. With four partners, Linköping University, Lund University, Halmstad University and Blekinge Institute of Technology, ELLIIT constitutes a platform for both fundamental and applied research, and for cross-fertilization between disciplines and between academic researchers and industry experts. ELLIIT stands out by the quality and visibility of its publications, and its ability to attract top talented researchers.

ELLIIT call E: Ph.D. student projects to run 2025-2029

Background There is available budget for additional ELLIIT-funded Ph.D. student projects at LiU and LU, to commence early 2025.  Selection of proposals recommended for funding will be done by the ELLIIT Program Group (PG), with final decisions taken by the Steering...

Call for Gender & Diversity Project Proposals Autumn 2024

Since 2019, ELLIIT has been setting aside a budget to broader societal goals, such as promoting gender equality in STEM research. The allocated budget can cover both time for the contributing researchers and the actual costs of relevant activities. In autumn 2024,...

ELLIIT Newsletter Issue 23

Issue 23 of the ELLIIT newsletter is now available and can now be downloaded below. Editor Emma Söderberg has collected and curated a selection of research features, academic news and outreach activities from the ELLIIT research environment.

Claes Wohlin, Professor Emeritus, awarded Most Influential Paper Award EASE 2024

The International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE) has awarded Claes Wohlin, Professor Emeritus at Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), the Most Influential Paper Award EASE 2024.EASE is an internationally leading venue for...

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