Category Archives: PhD Dissertation

Georg Hodosi’s PhD defense

On June 12, 2017 our colleague Georg Hodosi, PhD student in IT Management group at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully his doctoral thesis entitled: “Information Technology Outsourcing in Large Companies in Sweden: A Perspective on Risks, Relationships and Success Factors”. … Continue reading

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Mohamed El-Mekawy’s PhD defense

On June 3, 2016 our colleague Mohamed El-Mekawy, PhD student in IT Management group at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully his doctoral thesis entitled: “From Theory to Practice of Business-IT Alignment: Barriers, an Evaluation Framework and Relationships with Organisational Culture”. … Continue reading

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Aron Henriksson successfully defended his PhD thesis

Aron Henriksson successfully defended his dissertation with the title Ensembles of Semantic Spaces: On Combining Models of Distributional Semantics with Applications in Healthcare on the 17 th of December. Opponent was associate professor Nigel Collier from the Faculty of Modern and Medieval … Continue reading

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Aron Henriksson nailed his PhD Dissertation

Today Aron Henriksson nailed his PhD Dissertation with the title Ensembles of Semantic Spaces: On Combining Models of Distributional Semantics with Applications in Healthcare Here you can read more about the dissertation defence on December 17th at 13.00  

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Nailed Thesis – by Maria Skeppstedt

Maria Skeppstedt’s dissertation with the title Extracting Clinical Findings from Swedish Health Record Text is now nailed (spikad) in the library of NOD, see photos below. For a digital copy and abstract, click here. Maria will defend her PhD thesis on Friday, January … Continue reading

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Edephonce Nfuka’s PhD Dissertation

On February 24, 2012 our colleague Edephonce Nfuka, PhD student at DSV/Stockholm University has defended successfully his doctoral thesis entitled: “IT Governance in Tanzanian Public Sector Organizations”. The link to his PhD thesis in DiVA at Stockholm University is the … Continue reading

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Welcome to the PhD dissertation defense

On Wednesday, June 15, Jeffy Mwakalinga is going to present his PhD research entitled “A Framework for Adaptive Information Security Systems – A Holistic Investigation”. The defense will take place between 13:00 and 15:00 in the lecture hall C, Forum building, … Continue reading

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Tharaka Ilayperuma PhD Dissertation

Today, Tharaka Ilayperuma defended his PhD thesis “Improving E-Business Design through Business Model Analysis”. The opponent was William Song from Durham University, and the examination committee consisted of Marianne Nilsson from Stockholm University, Eva Söderström from Högskolan Skövde and Henrik … Continue reading

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