The Computer and Information Science Department (IDA), at Linköpings
universitetet in Sweden, was founded in 1983, but the roots go back to
the early 70s. It is one of the largest departments for computer and
information science in northern Europe with more than 200 employees,
including 13 full professors, around 30 adjunct, associate and
assistant professors, and 15 more teachers. There are approximately
150 Ph.D. students enrolled in the Ph.D. programs, including around 70
with "doctorand" position.
The department's research covers a broad spectrum of areas, from
computer systems and core computer science, including theory,
languages, programming environments, real-time systems, artificial
intelligence, intelligent systems, logic and databases, to more
applied areas such as cognitive systems, economic information systems,
computational linguistics, information systems and autonomous
The department offers more than 30 Ph.D. courses every year, and
approximately 150 undergraduate courses for students in the
school of engineering and the school of arts and sciences.
The total volume of undergraduate students is about 1000
full time students per year.
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