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1st International Symposium on Digital Transformation

The International Symposium on Digital Transformation aims to contribute to the Linnaeus Knowledge Environment: Digital Transformations. The knowledge environment works interdisciplinary and connects subjects, departments and faculties to take a versatile approach to societal challenges in various areas affected by digitalization.

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The researchers include both seniors and doctoral students. We also invite practitioners who work with both technical and non-technical aspects of digital transformation. Keynote speakers who have done a significant amount of work in digital transformation will be invited.

The symposium will be held both online and on-campus. 

Programme ISDT 2022

Download the full programme ISDT 2022 (pdf)

Each contribution is asked to aim for 10-12 minute presentations (Early research 7-8 min). Onsite participants: please bring your laptop to be able to join chats and possible group discussions with online participants.


Tuesday 15 February

In Weber and zoom room 1 (link in detailed full program in pdf above)
09.15-09.25 Mingle (both face-to-face and digital)

09.25-09.40 Official welcome, information

09.40-11.00 Theme: Digital Health, Chair: Evalill Nilsson

11.10-12.00 Themes: Digital Business and Cybersecurity, Chair: Anita Mirijamdotter

12.05-13.15 LUNCH BREAK

13.15-14.45 Theme: Digital Learning, session 1, Chair: Marcelo Milrad

15.05-16.00 KEYNOTE speech by Dr. Jay Liebowitz, Seton Hall University, USA Digital Transformation for the University of the Future

16.00-16:40 Round table Chair: Marcelo Milrad Open discussion on digital transformations for all interested, led by chair, in groups if needed

Wednesday 16 February

Note; parallel sessions 11-12, In Weber and zoom room 1, room H1211 and zoom room 2, see links in detailed full program in pdf above

09.00-09.50 Theme: Digital Learning, session 2, Chair: Italo Masiello

10.00-10.55 KEYNOTE speech by Dr. Carsten Sørensen, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK The Age of Value-Sensitive Digital Infrastructures? The Digital Reordering of Rights, Networks, and Community

11.00-12.15 Theme: Digital Humanities and digitalization for democratization & civil purposes, Chair: Koraljka Golub

11.00-12.15 Theme: Digital Learning, session 3, Chair: Italo Masiello

12.15-13.15 LUNCH BREAK

13.15-14.15 Theme: AI; applications and implications, Chair: Fisnik Dalipi

14.30-15.25 KEYNOTE speech by Prof. Teresa Cerratto-Pargman, Stockholm University, Sweden Be Careful What You Wish For!

15.30-17.00 Theme: Digital Working Life and Welfare, Chair: Glenn Sjöstrand

17.00-17.15 Closure and Concluding remarks


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