Per Warfvinge, professor
I am a professor of Chemical Engineering, and have had the privilege to act as Director of CEE since the centre was formed in 2016. During my career at LTH I have had several roles at the faculty level, including being assistant Dean for Education and/or International relations between 2001 and 2017. I have a broad interest in pedagogic issues, including international and intercultural learning outcomes, quality assurance and digital tools in teaching and learning. I teach environmental, chemical and biotech engineers, and I was awarded ETP in 2010.
Anders Ahlberg, associate professor
I´m an associate professor at CEE mainly working with educational development in support of doctoral education and supervision. This includes planning and teaching a faculty-wide PhD course program, providing supervision training for current and future professors, and a role as faculty study director in the PhD Programmes Board of LTH. My strategy in these activities is to initiate creation of local educational knowledge that informs fact-based grad school decision- and policy-making.
I also have a background as an associate professor of Earth Science where I was involved with research, teaching and supervision for two decades. It is therefore probably not surprising that my main educational interests in undergraduate educational development revolves around field-based learning, lab learning and other authentic active learning activities.
Roy Andersson, associate professor
Håkan Linder, lecturer
Jag arbetar till största delen på utbildningen Tekniskt Basår där jag undervisar i alla matematikkurser inom utbildningen. Jag har även övergripande administrativa uppgifter inom utbildningen genom rollen som programledare. Utöver detta undervisar jag även i några matematikkurser på LTH:s högskoleingenjörsprogram. Jag arbetar uteslutande på LTH i Helsingborg.
Christin Lindholm, associate professor
I am associate professor at the department of Computer science, Education program leader for the bachelor programmes of computer science and electrical engineering with automation and Excellent Teaching Practitioner. I have a special interest in quality management and involved in LTH´s quality management system and the support to the education organisation given by CEE. I teach courses in requirement engineering and software development and my research interest lies in the field of software process quality with my special interest is software risk management and usability. I am especially passionate about software risk management and usability within the medical device domain.
Jennifer Löfgreen, PhD
I am an academic developer with a background in chemistry (Ph.D., 2013) and special interests in communication in science and engineering and in how doctoral students in the STEM fields develop as university teachers. I teach courses in higher education pedagogy, stage performance, academic writing, and oral presentation skills. I also collaborate with engineering faculty to better integrate communication instruction and feedback into undergraduate engineering courses.
Joakim Malm, associate professor
I am associate professor with a background in water resources engineering. Nowadays most of my time is devoted to Supplemental Instruction or Peer Assisted Study Sessions (SI/PASS). I am the head of the SI program at the school of engineering at Lund University. I am also a certified trainer in SI working at the northern European SI-PASS Center located at Lund University. SI can shortly be described as a study group led by a senior student that works as a facilitator.
Jonas Månsson, associate professor
Since 2003 I work as an associate professor of mathematics at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, and starting in 2017 I also have a part-time role as a pedagogical consultant at the Centre for Engineering Education. My main interests are related to the use of technology in teaching and learning, in particular the use of video as a learning tool. I also develop course material, mainly textbooks, in mathematics. I was awarded status as Excellent Teaching Practitioner in 2014.
Kristina Nilsson, associate professor
Kristina’s main responsibility at Genombrottet is working with Lärande i LTH, a publication about different teaching and learning experiences. Among the authors are teachers, pedagogical developers, PhD students and researchers who would like to share their findings with peers. She is also engaged in the pedagogical conference “LTH:s pedagogiska inspirationskonferens”, held at LTH every second year, as well as a variety of different assignments. Apart from being employed at Genombrottet, Kristina works as a senior lecturer at the division of Mechanical engineering and she is also engaged as a representative for the labour union SACO-S at Lund University.
Thomas Olsson, associate professor
I am an Associate Professor of Engineering Education and hold a PhD in Chemical Engineering. My work is focusing on systems for rewarding excellent teaching; pedagogical aspects of tenure and promotion; and research projects in relation to excellence in teaching and learning. I have held a number of workshops, seminars and keynotes about excellence in university teaching, nationally and internationally, and I have been acting as a pedagogical expert at numerous appointments and promotions of academic teachers at different universities.
I am involved in research, and hold grants, on teaching excellence with partners from other countries, most notably South Africa.
Torgny Roxå, associate professor
I have done academic development for 30 years. I teach pedagogical courses for academic teachers, I consult leaders and teachers, and I supervise doctoral students. My research deals mainly with development of teaching within higher education organisations. Hereby the focus is on the meso level, that is, on workgroups, disciplinary communities, and departments. The idea is that through sociocultural processes these groups of academics stabilise the organisations and makes it resilient, with positive as well as negative implications. I also engage in the development of the profession, academic development, both nationally and internationally. Over the years I have been external examiner at Oxford University and visiting professor at Ulster University and at McMaster University. I also served for three years as Vice president within the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.