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SCDI researchers are well positioned to contribute with solving the global challenges. In this video, SCDI faculty members Olgerta Tona and Juho Lindman describe how their projects are linked to the strive for increased sustainability.


Latest posts

  • The future of democracy
    SCDI participated with keynotes and panels at this years H22 expo in Helsingborg. Among other things, the discussions covered issues of cybersecurity and political involvement in digital transformation. For additional information, see here.
  • Digital options thinking
    SCDI Faculty member Fredrik Svahn recently published a new paper in European Journal of Information Systems. The paper is written following a collaborative, clinical research approach together with practitioners and expands on Volvo Cars digital options thinking. For additional information, see the paper.
  • The first SCDI state visit
    SCDI has hosted its first state visit in Gothenburg. A delegation including ministers and other dignitaries from Palestine visited and took part in a two-day seminar on the Future of Digital Government, building on the research conducted in the Digital Government Research Consortium. The focus was on communicating the current challenges…

In the spotlight

Olgerta Tona

Olgerta was born and grew up in Korça, a nice city situated in the southeast of Albania. She lived for several years in Tirana, where she graduated from the University of Tirana with a Bachelor in Business Informatics. She is now living and working in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Olgerta Tona recently received the Börje Langefors award for best doctoral dissertation in Information Systems


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