Courses at Linnæus University

Bachelor programme in Interactive Digital Media / Interaktiva digitala medier

  • Topical Problems in Media Technology / Aktuella problem i medieteknik
  • Bachelor Thesis / Examensarbete i medieteknik

Master programme in Social Media and Web Technologies

June 2014 to Dec 2017, I was the programme coordinator (NAMT2).

  • Scientific Theories and Methods (4ME301-HT16, 4ME301-HT17,4ME301-HT18)
  • Cross Media Design and Production (4ME106-VT12, 4ME106-VT13, 4ME106-VT14, 4ME106-VT15, 4ME306-VT16, 4ME306-VT17, 4ME306-VT18)
  • Mobile Games and Entertainment (4ME108-VT12, 4ME108-VT13, 4ME108-VT14, 4ME108-VT15, 4ME308-VT16, 4ME308-VT17, 4ME308-VT18)
  • Adaptive and Semantic Web (4ME110-HT12, 4ME110-HT13, 4ME110-HT14, 4ME310-HT15, 4ME310-HT18)
  • Degree Project (5ME10E-VT15, 5ME11E-VT16, 5ME11E-VT17)

PhD Thesis

  • Nico Reski, Linnaeus University, started in May 2017
  • Joe Saunders PhD thesis “Observational Imitation, Self-Imitation and Environmental Scaffolding in Robotic Systems” submitted December 2006, PhD exam 29 January 2007 passed with minor amendments, accepted 22 February 2007. Now a Research Fellow with the Adaptive Systems Research Group, University of Hertfordshire, UK.

Master Thesis

  • Stefan Aleksikj, “Visualisation of Quantified Self data from Spotify using avatars”, 2018, Linnaeus University, Sweden [DiVA]
  • Dawit Bezu, “Social Science Studies and Experiments with Web Applications”, 2018, Linnaeus University, Sweden [DiVA]
  • Anastasiia Zhadan, “Artificial Intelligence Adaptation in Video Games”, 2018, Linnaeus University, Sweden
  • Nurane Kuqi, “A mobile Augmented Reality application for visualizing and interacting with online data”, 2017, Linnaeus University, Sweden, [DiVA]
  • Isabella Nake, “A System to Visualize Quantified Self Data Using Avatars”, 2015, Linnaeus University, Sweden [DiVA]
  • Nico Reski, “Change your perspective: Exploration of a 3D network created with open data in an immersive virtual reality environment using a head-mounted display and vision-based motion controls”, 2015, Linnaeus University, Sweden [DiVA]
  • Romain Herault, “Application for Customizable Interaction with Physical Objects: A Tool for Speech and Language Therapists”, 2015, Linnaeus University, Sweden
  • Asreen Rostami, “Developing UCAF, an administrative functionality for the U-Call IVR reporting system”, 2014, Linnaeus University, Sweden

Bachelor Thesis

  • Peter Johansson “Collaborative statistics collection during live sports events”, 2013, Linnaeus University, Sweden


  • Makoto YOSHIDA Visiting Research Student (University of Hertfordshire); Tokyo Institute of Technology, October 2006 – February 2007.
  • Patryk Szczepankiewicz Research Student Internship (University of Hertfordshire); Polytech’Lille, May 2004 – July 2004.