In this weeks video update with the Dean, you get to briefly meet the new head of TS administration, Suzanne Jacobsson. Also, the Dean reminds you of the TS Teknikdagen next week where high school students will visit and be inspired by lectures by Kristina Allder, Henrik Hartman and Susanne Frennert, and more. Full programme here.
Two more upcoming events is the lunch seminar on 28th November with Miljöbron and the TS Christmas mingle and dinner on 5th December. For information on how to sign up, see calendar invitations in outlook.
Statistics of applications for the spring term is available and we see that Malmö university has a reduction in number of applicants, despite a slight increase in the country as a whole. We need to analyse why we are less attractive among students. Nevertherless, the TS course in C# Programming in Swedish is the one with most applicants, almost 900, and the English version of the same course is among the top three.
The chair of the committee for research education, professor Lars Plantin, has recently presented an overview of the PhD courses at the university. Doctor Åse Jevinger, director of research studies at TS, is the vice chair of a committee working on a university portal of the PhD courses offered.
Associate Professor Martin Berg has released a book, “Imagining Personal Data — Experiences of Self-Tracking”, co-authored with Vaike Fors, Sarah Pink, and Tom O’Dell. For more information, see https://www.bloomsbury.com/au/imagining-personal-data-9781350051409/ .