The department of Computer Science participates in the following research centers
WASP - Wallenberg Autonomous Systems Program
Wallenberg Autonomous Systems Program (WASP) is Sweden’s largest individual research program ever.
WASP involves five Swedish universities: Chalmers, KTH, Linköping University, Lund University, and Umeå University together with numerous Swedish industries. At Lund University the following four departments participate: Department of Automatic Control, Department of Computer Science, Department of Electrical and Information Technology, and the Matematical Imaging Group at the Department of Mathematics.Görel Hedin, Per Runeson, Jacek Malec, Boris Magnusson, Elizabeth Bjarnason, Elin Anna Topp.
We currently have two regular WASP PhD students (Alfred Åkesson, Rasmus Ros), and one industrial PhD student (Mårten Lager).
We are currently recruiting an Associate Professor in Software Technology, with strong WASP financiation. See open positions.
For more information on WASP, see http://wasp-sweden.org
ELLIIT - Excellence Center at Linköping - Lund on Information Technology
ELLIIT is one of the Swedish National Strategic Research Areas (SFO), receiving funding from VINNOVA/VR. It involves four Swedish universities: Linköping University, Lund University, Halmstad University, and Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH). At Lund University, the following four departments participate: Department of Automatic Control, Department of Computer Science, Department of Electrical and Information Technology, and the Department of Mathematics.
The department of Computer Science currently participates with the following PIs: Görel Hedin (member of the ELLIIT board), Jörn Janneck (ELLIIT recruitment), Emelie Engström (ELLIIT postdoc), Per Runeson, Michael Doggett.
For more information on ELLIIT, see http://liu.se/elliit
EASE - The Industrial Excellence Centre for Embedded Applications Software Engineering
EASE is an industrial research center co-funded by VINNOVA, industry, Lund University and Blekinge Institute of Technology.
The director for EASE is Professor Per Runeson.
For more information on EASE, see http://ease.cs.lth.se
LUCAS - Lund University Center for Applied Software
LUCAS is a portal towards industry and society for information about research on software at Lund University. LUCAS joins several research groups at several departments. The LUCAS-day is a conference organized yearly, inviting participants from local and national industry.
For more information on LUCAS, see http://www.lth.se/programvaruportalen.