The centre operates with SciTech projects, which are strategic research projects with the purpose of building up research and education capacity at the universities. Bridge projects, which are joint research/development/innovation projects between universities, companies, the public sector and GTS institutes with the purpose to increase the capacity of digitalisation and innovation for companies. Explore projects, which are small agile research projects with the purpose to quickly screen new ideas, and Educational projects, the aim of which is to support the master and PhD capacity building.
The mix of students in digital technology is low in diversity (e.g. female students). This is a problem on a societal level which also impacts the study environment.
Teaching quality and student feedback is negatively impacted by lack of teachers and many students. There is a need to consider how learning technologies can help improve teaching quality and student feedback both in physical and digital learning environments.
Artificial Intelligence brings the promise of technological means to solve problems that previously were assumed to require human intelligence, and ultimately provide human-centered solutions that are both more effective and of higher quality in a synergy between the human and the AI system than solutions that are provided by humans or by an AI system alone.