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Centre for Digital Transformation (CeDiT) is a social science research center. The center was established in 2018 to conduct advanced social science research from multiple disciplinary angles on the reciprocal relationships between digital transformations and societies, organizations and individuals as well as how organizations can use digital technologies to achieve goals and avoid negative consequences​. CeDiT encompasses a variety of social science disciplines and is therefore an excellent platform for interdisciplinary research.

CeDiT studies digital transformations in 4 areas central to societal development:

Governance and Government, Knowledge
Chairs: Sara Hofmann (Information systems) & Jarle Trondal (Political science)

Organizational Capabilities
Chairs: Polyxeni Vassilakoupoulo (Information systems) & Daniel Nordgård (Music, digitalisation and Music business)

Skills, Literacy & Learning
Chairs: Cathrine Edelhard Tømte (Information systems) & Romulo Miguel Pinheiro (Political science)

Sustainability
Chairs: Vito Laterza (Anthropology) & Alexander Ruser (Sociology)

Relevant PhD programs