Media and information technology (MIT)
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At Media and Information Technology we do exciting and well-known research and teaching at undergraduate as well as graduate levels.

Learn more about our research and education here, and do not hesitate to contact us should you be interested in collaboration or joining us. We do fundamental and applied research, and participate in a range of large national and international research collaborations. Research projects emanating from the division has yielded multiple successful products that have entered the market. The division of Media and information technology also hosts the research at Visualization center C, where technological and educational research and development are important components. Media and information technology is headed by professor Anders Ynnerman and belongs to the Department of science and technology.

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21 August 2020

Public disputation in Design: Veronika Domova

9.30 am – 1.30 pm Online via Zoom (TPM55) and open viewing in K3, Kåkenhus, Campus Norrköping

Veronika Domova at the Department of Science and Technology, defends the thesis “Designing visualization and interaction for industrial control rooms of the future”. The event is open to the public. Language: English. Faculty opponent is Professor Thomas Porathe, University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. Supervisor is Professor Jonas Löwgren

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Eurographics & Eurovis 2020

Logo for Eurographics and Eurovis 2020 conference In Norrköping.

For the first time the two conferences Eurographics and Eurovis (EGEV) were run together, as a single event hosted by the division of Media and Information Technology. This year's conference was held in a virtual forum using a video conferencing platform instead of a physical meeting due to COVID-19. For more information, see the conference website:

Eurographics & Eurovis 2020

Pedagogical prize nominees

Photo credit Thor Balkhed

Tobias Trofast and Sasan Gooran at MIT have been nominated for the LinTek pedagogical prize – "Gyllene Moroten". Its purpose is to promote new thinking and good pedagogy in the educations at LiTH. The prize is awarded annually to a teacher that have shown extraordinary commitment and conduct engaging, fair, gender sensitive and relevant teaching.

Gyllene moroten - LinTeks pedagogiska pris (in Swedish)

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