University Celebration 3 June
On Friday, 3 June all MDU students and residents of our two new university cities are invited to the official inauguration of MDU!
Martin Hellström is MDU’s new Vice-Chancellor
Professor Martin Hellström will be the new Vice-Chancellor at MDU. The notification came from the Government today.“I am delighted and very honoured by the trust bestowed on me. I am looking forward to getting to know the organisation and meeting employees, collaborative partners and students at MDU," he says.about Martin Hellström is MDU’s new Vice-Chancellor
45 million SEK to sustainable digitalisation and human-centric factory transformation
The project ShiftLabs has been granted funding from the European Commission to strengthen Swedish manufacturing industries, by supporting small and medium sized manufacturing companies in their digital transformation of production and in adaption of new digital technologies.about 45 million SEK to sustainable digitalisation and human-centric factory transformation
Sustainable development goals
On 1 January 2016, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development officially came into force. Over the next fifteen years countries will mobilize efforts to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change. This is how MDU work with the sustainable development goals.Global goals
"Collaboration is the driving force in the research environment"
From a young age, Filip Markovic has enjoyed learning about the natural sciences. Today, he holds a postdoctoral position at Mälardalen University in the internationally prominent research specialisation Embedded Systems, a subfield of Computer Science. He enjoys his work immensely.about "Collaboration is the driving force in the research environment"
New research project in Deep Learning very beneficial for the environment
A new research project, which is funded by the Swedish Research Council, will develop energy-efficient Deep Learning models to help reduce the carbon footprint.about New research project in Deep Learning very beneficial for the environment
Sweden’s most exciting mission?
We are looking for a new Vice-Chancellor. Professor Paul Pettersson, who has been Vice-Chancellor for almost six years, announced earlier this autumn that he will not be available for a further period as Vice-Chancellor when his appointment expires in October 2022. Mälardalen University is now looking for a new Vice-Chancellor who, in their role as academic leader, head of authority and employer, wants to lead the continued development towards becoming Sweden's next University.about Sweden’s most exciting mission?