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Henrik Eriksson

Head of Department, Professor

Head of the Department of Computer and Information Science




Armin Spreco, Anna Jöud, Olle Eriksson, Kristian Soltesz, Reidar Källström, Örjan Dahlström, Henrik Eriksson, Joakim Ekberg, Carl-Oscar Jonson, Carl-Johan Fraenkel, Torbjörn Lundh, Philip Gerlee, Fredrik Gustafsson, Toomas Timpka (2022) Nowcasting (Short-Term Forecasting) of COVID-19 Hospitalizations Using Syndromic Healthcare Data, Sweden, 2020 Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol. 28, p. 564-571 Continue to DOI


Patricia Marana, Colin Eden, Henrik Eriksson, Clara Grimes, Josune Hernantes, Susan Howick, Leire Labaka, Vasileios Latinos, Rene Lindner, Tim A. Majchrzak, Igor Pyrko, Jaziar Radianti, Amy Rankin, Mihoko Sakurai, Jose M. Sarriegi, Nicolas Serrano (2019) Towards a resilience management guideline - Cities as a starting point for societal resilience Sustainable cities and society, Vol. 48, Article UNSP 101531 Continue to DOI


M. Strömgren, E. Holm, Örjan Dahlström, Joakim Ekberg, Henrik Eriksson, Armin Spreco, Toomas Timpka (2017) Place-based social contact and mixing: a typology of generic meeting places of relevance for infectious disease transmission Epidemiology and Infection, Vol. 145, p. 2582-2593 Continue to DOI
Amy Rankin, René Linder, Maider Sainz, Simon Rosenqvist, Magnus Bång, Henrik Eriksson (2017) City Resilience: Analysis of Strategies World-Wide Proceedings of the 7th REA symposium


Henrik Eriksson, Toomas Timpka, Armin Spreco, Örjan Dahlström, Magnus Strömgren, Einar Holm (2016) Dynamic Multicore Processing for Pandemic Influenza Simulation. AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings, p. 534-540



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Studying whether a robot can awaken children’s interest in reading

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Divisions at IDA

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Artificial Intelligence and Integrated Computer Systems (AIICS)

The AIICS division is part of the Department of Computer and Information Science. The division's main focus is research and teaching in artificial intelligence, its theoretical foundations and its applications.


Database and Information Techniques (ADIT)

The division Database and Information Techniques is part of the Department of Computer and Information Science. The division consists of several research groups, each of which has its own research profile.

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Human-Centered Systems (HCS)

The Division for Human-Centered Systems is part of the Department of Computer and Information Science. Research and teaching are conducted in the areas of human-centered computing, cognitive science, and information systems.

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