Faculty of Science and Technology. A broad and focused faculty. Architecture Biology Computing Science Design Physics Chemistry Teacher education Molecular Biology Mathematics Engineering and Technology. 3,222 full-time students 319 doctoral students 1,013 employees 11 departments
319 doctoral students
Turnover of SEK 1,009,820,000 in 2012The faculty in numbers
Bachelor's programme, 3 yrs
Master's programme, 2 yrs
Mathematics, Computing, Physics & Engineering
Biology, Biotechnology & Chemistry
Lisa Hed, Lina Schelin and Marie Frentz.
Håkan Jakobsson was the first to complete his doctoral degree (2011)
800 year 6 pupils listen as researchers answer their questions.
Host to seven strong research environments:
Petter Holme and Martin Rosvall
- cloud computing
- industrial IT
- control engineering and robotics
- health and medical care
- signal processing
- interaction design
Erik Elmroth has been granted SEK 20 million by the Swedish Research Council for a projecton virtual computer resources
The faculty has the main responsibility for projects within:
Researchers from the faculty participate in:
From trees to advanced products
Climatic effects on the Baltic Sea
8 associate senior lecturers16 postdoctoral positions8 doctoral students
Anna Linusson, Chemistry, received a grant in 2011.
Ellen Dorrepaal studies how Arctic eco-systems are affected by climate change.
Ove Axner talks to employees at Siemens
Innovation systems for the commercialisation of research results
Total: 1,013 employees
Magnus Wolf-Watz was awarded the 2011 Hugo Theorell Prize in Biophysics.
Total costs: SEK 1,009,820,000