Graduate Studies in Computer and Information Science
The Department of Computer and Information Science (IDA) has postgraduate education in two core subjects: computer science and computer systems. In addition to these core subjects, graduate education also covers several interdisciplinary areas in which computer science and computer systems are involved.Graduate education areas:
- Cognitive Science
- Cognitive Systems
- Computational Linguistics
- Computer Science
- Computer Systems
- Applied Informatics
Each graduate performs research within a research laboratory while taking courses from the entire department and, in some cases, from other departments. The education is administered by a Director of Graduate Studies and a secretariat. An extensive part of the graduate education at IDA is carried out in a number of graduate schools.
- IDA course program
- Compulsory courses and other courses for PhD students admitted to the Technical Faculty
- Compulsory pedagogical course for PhD students involved in teaching
- IDA policy for pedagogical course
- Compulsory course for PhD students admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
(subjects at IDA: Statistics and Cognitive Science)
Graduate Studies Positions
Graduate positions (Doktorand in Swedish) are always announced at IDA's vacancies page. Please note that some positions are only announced in either Swedish or English!
Checklists available on the Swedish page.
The Technical Faculty's Graduate Study Guide contains general
information related to the graduate education.
LiTH:s forskarstudiehandbok (in Swedish only)
Page responsible: Director of Graduate Studies
Last updated: 2015-01-28