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Jonas Lundberg

Senior lecturer
Department of Computer Science and Media Technology Faculty of Technology
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Jonas Lundberg is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Linnaeus University since 2000. He has a Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from Umeå University (1994) and another Ph.D. in Computer Science from Linnaeus University (2012).

Teaching

Jonas is responsible for a number of basic and advanced level courses, ranging from initial programming courses in Year 1, via machine learning in Year 3, to advanced courses in compiler design at master level. He is currently in charge of the following courses:

1DT100 Computer Technology - Introduction and Project
1DV506 Problem Solving and Programming
1DV507 Programming and Data Structures
2DV516 Introduction to Machine Learning
4DV506 Compiler Construction
2DV00E Degree Project in Computer Engineering

Research

The Data Intensive Sciences and Applications (DISA) research center at Linnaeus University was founded in 2016 and focus on open questions in collection, analysis and utilization of large data sets. Jonas Lundberg and Mikko Laitinen (Professor in English Linguistics) initiated the Nordic Tweet Stream (NTS) subproject. NTS is a cross-disciplinary project which downloads and analyzes Twitter messages from the five Nordic countries.

Research at the intersection of machine learning, program analysis, and software engineering has recently taken important steps in proposing learnable statistical language models of source code that exploit the abundance of reoccurring patterns at various levels of source code (statements, methods, classes, etc.). They use very large source code repositories to train the model which then can be used for a multitude of tasks related to software engineering.

Commissions

He is managing the Computer Engineering program since 2018 and member of CDIO task force at Linneaus University since 2016.

Publications

Article in journal (Refereed)

Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Refereed)

Conference paper (Other academic)

Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic)