Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic, Professor

Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic is Professor in Computer Science at Mälardalen University and Professor of Interaction Design at Chalmers University of Technology. She holds PhD degrees in Physics and Computer Science. Her research is in Morphological Computation, and the Study of Information as well as Ethics. She has long record of teaching on graduate and undergraduate levels, among others courses in Professional Ethics (MDH, master & PhD) and Research Ethics and Sustainable Development (Chalmers, PhD), Formal Languages and Automata Theory, Computing and Philosophy, Computational Thinking Tools, Research Methods, Scientific Methodology, Knowledge, Informaton, Ethics, Science and recently Emerging Trends in Interaction Design. She published books Investigations into Information Semantics and Ethics of Computing, (2006), Information and Computation Nets (2009) and six edited volumes (2007, 2011, 2013, 2017, 2017, 2019 and 2020) with Springer and World Scientific and two edited books with MDPI (2019, 2020). She is past President of the International Society for the Study of Information, member of the editorial board of the World Scientific Series in Information Studies and Springer SAPERE series, and a member of the editorial board of several journals. She is a member of AI Ethics Committee of the Chalmers AI Research Centre. Dodig-Crnkovic is an external member of The Karel Capek Center for Values in Science and Technology, www.cevast.org, a research multidisciplinary center established by the Czech Academy of Science and the Charles University, Prague.


Computing paradigms (natural/unconventional computing, morphological computing, cognitive computing)
Applications of info-computational models to cognition and interaction/communicaton
Foundations of informationComputational aspects of science of information 
Computational knowledge generation, computational aspects of intelligence and cognition
Computing and philosophy (especially info-computationalist approaches) and
Ethics (especially ethics of computing, AI ethics, roboethics, and information ethics)


PhD students supervised as main supervisor:

Markus Wallmyr (former)
Tobias Holstein

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Alberto Hernández Espinosa
Daniel Kade (former)