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Research at the Department of Informatics


On this page you can find information and links in support for conducting your research and for research funding.

Research strategy

Our research strategy was created by the researchers at the department and it plays an important role in the development of our research.

The research strategy sets to describe information systems as a research discipline in general, but also specifically at the Department of Informatics. It details our mission, values, and aspirations within our research. Furthermore it expresses how we can achieve those aspirations and outlines the expectations for our members of staff.

Research strategy for the Department of Informatics (PDF, 301 kB)

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Research support at LU

Lund University offers research support to researchers that are planning or currently running research projects, throughout the entire reserach process. 

Support in the research process


LUCRIS is the research information system at Lund University where researchers and research projects are registered and presented. You administrate and manage your own personal page where you describe your teaching and research.

Learn how to edit your personal page and what's expected of you in the quick guide LUCRIS at LUSEM. You can find more information about LUCRIS on LU Staff pages. If you need help, contact Carla Böhme or the LUSEM library.


LUCRIS at LU Staff pages

Log in to LUCRIS

LU Research Portal

Library services at LUSEM

The LUSEM library offers research support during the research process when it comes to information resources, publications, open access questions etc. 

They also help with LUCRIS where you have your personal profile and research projects. Feel free to contact them to show how to submit publications, to import older publications, create CVs, post activities and so on.

The LUSEM library

PhD studies in Informatics

You can find information pages for doctoral students on Canvas.

The PhD handbook is a guide for those who are pursuing a doctoral degree in Sweden, created by Sweden’s United Student Unions.

PhD studies in Informatics

The PhD handbook – 


Christina Keller
Professor and Director of third cycle studies