Electrical engineering

Within electrical engineering at first-cycle level you can choose to study our bachelor of science in electrical engineering or to take single-subject courses. At second-cycle level we offer a master programme with the specialisation signal processing & wave propagation. There are also a number of single-subject courses in electrical engineering at second-cycle level.


Electrical Engineering Linné

The network Elektroteknik Linné [Electrical Engineering Linné] is a network for universities, companies and organisations with an interest in electrical engineering areas like power engineering, power electronics, and built-in systems. The geographic area of the network is southeastern Sweden.

The network was established at a meeting on April 28, 2015.

The purpose of the network

  • To work for increased collaboration between university, industry and students in the region.
  • To work to increase the status of electrical engineering and programmes in electrical engineering in the region in order to make sure that these programmes are available also in the future.

The network's activities

  • Arrange study visits, joint seminars and conferences in order to spread knowledge and to establish contacts between its members.
  • Create a portal for degree projects, summer jobs and project assignments that promote contact between students and the local industry.
  • As part of the marketing of electrical engineering, establish a scholarship that rewards the best degree project within the field of electrical engineering at Linnaeus University.
  • The network also arranges the conference Elkraft och elektroteknik [power electronics and power engineering].

Become a member
If your company is interested in becoming a member of the network, please contact the coordinator (see below) for more information. The service fee is SEK 1250/year, including VAT.

Member companies
Alstom Power Sweden AB
Bevi Teknik & Service AB
Calmon Stegmotorteknik AB
EC Konsult AB
KraftPowercon AB
Solutions for Tomorrow AB

The network has a steering group consisting of people from the participating companies. The steering group also includes the coordinator at Linnaeus University.

The following people are part of the steering group:
Jan-Olof Lundström, Solutions for Tomorrow
Per Ranstad, Alstom
Åke Nyström, Bevi
Magnus Larsson, Calmon
Ellie Cijvat, Linnaeus University, coordinator





Staff within electrical engineering