PhD studies in cognitive science
Since 2008 LiU has a 4-year PhD program in cognitive science, based at the Department of Computer & Information Science (IDA) and the Faculty of Arts & Sciences. >
Current PhD Students
Sofia Thunberg - Social robots in elderly care
Emma Mainza Chilufya - Virtual agent design
Oscar Bjurling (RISE SICS East) - Human interaction with swarms of drones
Kajsa Emanuelsson (VTI) - Advance warning of approaching emergency vehicles for car drivers
Marc Friberg (KMC) - Information/support for first-aid performers
Christian Jernberg (VTI) - Human operators' remote driving of partially automated vehicles
Earlier PhD students in cognitive science
Sara Nygårdhs (VTI) defended her PhD thesis "Adaptive behaviour in traffic: An individual road user perspective" in June 2020. The faculty opponent was Dick de Waard.
Johan Blomkvist defended his PhD thesis "Representing Future Situations of Service: Prototyping in Service Design" in 2014.
Fabian Segelström defended his PhD thesis "Stakeholder Engagement for Service Design: How service designers identify and communicate insights" in 2013.
For more information please contact Tom Ziemke.
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Last updated: 2021-11-22