The research subject Information Systems was formed on July 1, 2014 through a merger of the subjects Computer and Systems Science and Social Informatics.
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Research and education in Computer and Systems Science at Luleå University of Technology focus on the role of information- and communication systems in development and management of organizations. Computer and Systems Science comprise development and construction of information systems for management and administration of organizations. Within the discipline systems architecture, systems integration, systems strategies and applications containing data bases, user interfaces, communication and security are considered.
We study information systems in relation to organisations and humans, i.e. in relation to the context in which an information system is to be used. A socio-technical, systems theory and systems thinking perspective allows us to realise such studies. Key words for our research are knowledge management, information management, information systems, information security, long-term digital information preservation, games and simulations. Our two main research focuses are Long-term Digital Presevation and Information Security.
Member of the Swedish Information Systems Academy (SISA).
Social Informatics is a subject with established national and international research collaborations and a close cooperation with industry and public organisations. We are extending our education towards the area of service innovation and are currently developing a new educational program.