Project and networks
CTF collaborates with partners, both inside and outside academia. Here are some examples of projects, networks and other initiatives where CTF participates.
Samhällsnytta AB is a national arena different where different actors can meet and jointly develop ideas and new forms of collaboration that can contribute to better solutions in society. The mission is to use new knowledge and research results as tools for solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s societal challenges. Contact: Johan Quist.
Smart Villages in Sweden
CTF is part of the project SVIS - Smart Villages in Sweden that was initiated in April 2021. The project expands a method developed within a project on place-based digital experiences in combination with a wider CTF perspective to focus on sustainable communities for residents and visitors alike and is in line with Agenda 2030 issues concerning environmental, economic, and social sustainability. The project is led by Geomedia at Karlstad University in collaboration with CTF and is funded by the Knowledge Foundation. Project partners include the Torsby and Årjäng municipalities, Region Värmland, Innovation Park, Visit Värmland, Compare, and Coompanion. Contact: Pernille K Andersson.
Hälsolabb - en arena för lärande och experimentering Nära vård
Experio Lab Sverige har tillsammans med SKR, CTF, design vid Linköpings Universitet och Helsingborgs stad tagit initiativ till en ny arena för lärande och experimentering som ska stödja omställningen till en Nära vård. Initiativet går under namnet Hälsolabb. Kontakt vid CTF: Johan Quist.
Akademin för smart specialisering
Karlstad University and Region Värmland collaborate through the Academy of Smart Specialization for the renewal of business and public sector in the region of Värmland, and research at Karlstad University. Contact: Erik Wästlund.
DigitalWell Arena is an innovation environment where the public sector, companies, academia and civil society meet to develop new ways of working and new digital solutions that increase our ability to live a healthier life. Contact: Erik Wästlund.
SIQ – the Swedish Institute for Quality is the national centre for business excellence in Sweden. We are a non-profit organization founded in 1990 with the support of the Swedish Government as well as our members association, today counting more than 100 private companies, institutions and the public sector. Contact: Carolina Camén.
MIT, The Swedish Research School of Management and Information Technology, is a national research school and area for exploring for exploring IT-related phenomena that intersect several disciplines in the area of management and IT. It is a collaboration between twelve universities and one of sixteen national graduate schools. Contact: Peter Magnusson.
WASP-HS National Graduate School
The aim of the WASP-HS Graduate School is to contribute to the diversity and inclusion of AI-related expertise and, as such, strengthen Sweden’s and Europe’s much-needed understanding of the challenges and consequences of autonomous systems and AI in society. Contact: Petter Falk.