Jönköping University conducts research in a focused and international environment. Each school has its own designated focus areas and research activities.
The focus areas at Jönköping International Business School are entrepreneurship, ownership and renewal. The School of Education and Communication examines the conditions for education and communication. The School of Engineering provides technical expertise and know-how to small- and medium-sized enterprises. The School of Health and Welfare addresses health, care and social work from a unique holistic perspective.
Upcoming and previously presented doctoral thesis defences and licenciate seminars.
Sweden aims to be number one in the world in eHealth in 2025, according to the Vision for eHealth 2025 from the Swedish government. In a ...
The Esther network has received the IESI Award for best initiative supporting active and healthy ageing.
New technology has given us new opportunities to participate in the media landscape. In a PhD thesis from the School of Education and Com...
At the RENT XXXI conference held in Lund on 16-17 November, three researchers from Jönköping International Business School were recognized.
Research on changes in the media market structures and transformation and restructuring of media industries.
In cooperation with the Swedish Knowledge Foundation this research profile contributes to the development of the region’s and Sweden’s manufacturing companies towards more knowledge intensive products and processes.
The primary objective is to develop and apply new scientific knowledge of life situations for children in need of extra support. CHILD stands for Children, Health, Intervention, Learning and Development -- five key areas of focus.
Advanced, interdisciplinary research and education about older people and ageing are pursued in this research area.
The overall national body responsible for conducting research as well as knowledge dissemination within lifelong learning, focusing on adult education and learning
Research in Materials and Manufacturing Technology for Casting includes material technology, design and production technology. The purpose being to develop knowledge which can serve as a basis for mathematical modelingand simulation.
There are great opportunities to cooperate with us and our researchers in various projects. Collaborations may, for example, consist of contract research, funded doctoral students or professional development.
See upcoming and previously presented Doctoral Thesis Defences at Jönköping University.
Jönköping University offers Doctoral Programmes in English, available for international students with the required qualifications. Doctoral education is conducted at all four schools and the university has some 180 doctoral students.