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Research at Media and Information Technology

The research at Media and Information Technology (MIT) is conducted in 6 research groups. Each group focuses on a separate aspect of visual information technology, but the groups are not isolated from each other. The research is conducted in a highly collaborative atmosphere, with frequent cooperation between groups. This collaboration extends from discussing scientific approaches in seminars to co-supervising PhD students and teaching. The collaborative atmosphere involves both basic and application oriented research, which is beneficial to students who conduct their diploma work at MIT. The groups share access to state-of-the-art equipment through Norrköping visualization center C.

MIT consists of the following research groups:

  • Computer Graphics and Image Processing, headed by Jonas Unger
  • Information Visualization, headed by Matthew Cooper
  • Interactive Visualization, headed by Ingrid Hotz
  • Image Reproduction and Graphics Design, headed by Jonas Löwgren
  • Immersive Visualization, headed by Patric Ljung
  • Visual Learning and Communication, headed by Lena Tibell


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