Pages for employees at Linköping University. Here you can find useful information for your daily work at LiU.
Now it is time to apply for the AF Prize. Submit your suggestions for recipients, or apply yourself, by November 18 at the latest.
LiU is about to change economy system and due to this change all travel bills and expense cases have to be sent to the Payroll Office as soon as possible to make it on the December salary.
Welcome to the Junior Faculty Club Career Day 2016. This year’s theme focuses on how young researchers can transition to a career outside academia. Thursday 3rd November, register now!
LiU and other government agencies have been requested by the Swedish government to provide work experience placements for those who have newly arrived in Sweden. It is now possible for departments and units to register their interest.
It has been possible to sort food waste at the personnel and student kitchens in the Täppan Building since May. The system is now being introduced for the complete Campus Norrköping.
The new LiU-wide financial system Raindance is now in place. It is to undergo initial testing by users for a few weeks, and these tests have now started.
During the summer the A-Building has been home to an urban agriculture project following an initiative from doctoral student Ida Åberg. The pilot project has now concluded with a harvest festival with food from the garden.
The requirement that research results and research data are to be freely available is becoming increasingly clear. What does this mean for an individual researcher? Come and find out at the seminar “Open science & open data”!
Linköping University is now taking the next step on the way to its new external website, and opening the beta version to the public at beta.liu.se.
An agreement now in effect with the scientific publisher Springer gives authors at Linköping University the right to publish their articles Open Access in Springer journals without extra cost and with immediate free access.
Campus Bus – unique faithful servant
For twelve years, the Campus Bus has run between Norrköping and Linköping – 2.5 million trips – and has become something of an institution. Despite the fact that so many students depend on the system, there is nothing like it among Swedish universities.
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Last updated: 2016-02-22