CV

Professional preparation

  • Professor in computer- and systems sciences at Stockholm university, 2004
  • Associate professor (docent) at Stockholm university, 2000
  • Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology at Stockholm university, 1996
  • Lic.Ph. in Cognitive Psychology at Stockholm university, 1992
  • M.Sc. in Cognitive Psychology at Stockholm university, 1991

Employment

  • Research director at Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI), 2011-
  • Professor at Stockholm university (DSV), 2004-
  • Lecturer at DSV (permanent), 1999-2004
  • Lecturer at DSV (non-permanent), 1996-1999
  • Research assistant at DSV, 1995-1996
  • Project assistant at the department of Psychology, 1992-1995
  • Research assistant at the department of Psychology, 1988-1992

Research projects

  • A study on the role of representational artefacts and actions in interaction design: Sketching as an embodied practice (principal investigator), Swedish Research Council, 2010-2012
  • Services enabled by multimodal communication: Communicating expressions, opinions, preferences and life stories as an enhancer of democracy, (principal investigator), Strategic Funding, 2010-2011
  • A mobile language blog for a living and shared everyday use, Vinnova, 2010-2011
  • -PanNordic Technology Enhanced Learning, Nordforsk, 2009-2011
  • Shared Representations and Collaborative Learning of Interaction Design (principal investigator), Swedish Research Council, 2004-2007
  • Children and Teachers in Knowledge Construction with Computers (principal investigator), Swedish Research Council, 2003-2005
  • Children, computer games and identity formation. This is a project that investigates if and in that case how the computer games that children play (role play, adventure games, pedagogical games and environments, etc.) influence the identity formation of children. This project was sponsored by Natur och Kultur, 2003-2008
  • The use of language tools in the context of second language learning, 2003-2006
  • Learning and Teaching at Universities – towards active learning and use of IT in medical and technological education (project member), Swedish Research Council, 2003-2006
  • Scenario Based Environments for Learning and Development of Competence (principal investigator), 1997-2005, SSF
  • Augmentation of Expertise – Model Shifts and Model Refinements (project member, principal investigator), 1993-1996, NUTEK
  • STEPP – Scenario based Training Environments for learning of Protein Purification (principal investigator),1996-1998, NUTEK
  • Hypermedia Learning issues – Hyperlearn (project member), 1993-1998, HSFR
  • Global Lifelong Learning Project, Design of IT-based Education, DITE (project member), 1996-1997, Wallenberg foundation
  • Communication and Forwarding of Knowledge for Knowledge Aquisition, CAFKA (project member), 1986-1989, HSFR
  • Communication of Knowledge for Problem Solving, COPS (project member), 1989-1992, HSFR

Teaching

  • Cognitive Science (DSV, SU/KTH), 2001-2008
  • Introductory course to cognitive sicence, 2002-2006
  • Cognitive and Social Sciences in HMI (DSV, KTH/SU), 2004-
  • Project course in cognitive science, 2002-2006
  • Cognitive Psychology (DSV, SU/KTH), 1993-
  • AI and Cognitive Science (cognitive science part of the course, DSV, SU), 1995-2001
  • Web-administration and design (DSV, SU), 1998-2004
  • Cognition, learning, instruction and computers (HMI-graduate school, KTH), 1998
  • Aspects on learning and memory (graduate school for Information Technology and Cognitive Science), 1996
  • Guest lecturer in courses on HMI, design, theories of cognition (socio-cultural perspectives such as distributed cognition, activity theory, situated cognition, etc. as well as more traditional cognitive perspectives), ICT collaboration and learning
  • Guest lecturer in courses on research methodology (quantitative and qualitative)

Adminstrative responsibilities

  • Research director at Swedish Research Defense Agency (FOI), flight simulation and training, 2011-
  • Research director of research lab at DSV, K2-lab, 2008-2012
  • Member of the board of the national graduate school in cognitive science, 2008-
  • Member of the board of DSV, 1999-
  • Vice research director for K2-lab at DSV, 1996-2008
  • I was the group manager for a research group (IDL and later dFUEL) doing research on IT and Learning 1996-2003
  • Member of the expert group that planned a national research network and graduate school in Human-Machine Interaction (HMI), funded by the Foundation for Strategic Research, 1995-1996
  • Member of the graduate school committee in the graduate school for Human Machine Interaction 2001-2005
  • Chairman of the board of the Center of Information Technology and Cognitive Science in Stockholm 2002-2008
  • Member of the board of the Center of Cognitive Science and Information Technology in Stockholm, 1995-2002
  • Member of the steering committee for the study program on medical informatics (SU/KTH/KI) 2001-2002
  • Director of studies at the undergraduate level at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH (campus IT- university), 1999-2002 (march)
  • Responsible for a master course in IT and cognitive science (40 credits) (SU, KTH and KI), 2002-2005

Other tasks and qualifications

  • Ramberg is on the steering committee of the Swedish national graduate school in cognitive science, SweCog, 2009 –
  • Ramberg is a member of the European NoE (Network of Excellence) KaleidoScope (Concepts and methods for exploring the future of learning with digital technologies) 2003-
  • Ramberg is a member of the CSCL committee of ISLS (International Society of the Learning Sciences) 2003-
  • Ramberg was the program chair for a Swedish Symposium on Multi-modal Communication that was held in Stockholm in 2000
  • Ramberg was a member of the organizing committee for a thematic conference in Information Technology and Cognitive Science that was held in Stockholm, December 1999
  • Ramberg was the program chair and member of the organizing committee which organized a Swedish symposium in cognitive science held in June (16th-17th) 2003. International guest speakers Professors Jerry Fodor, Zenon Pylyshyn, Alan Leslie (Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science) and Swedish guest speaker Professor Peter GĂ€rdenfors, and Professor Dag WesterstĂ„hl amongst others attended the symposium. Sponsored by Riksbankens Jubileumfond.
  • Previous member of the CSCL committee of ISLS (International Society of the Learning Sciences).
  • Previous member of the International AI-ED Society (Artificial Intelligence in Education).
  • Ramberg was on the program committee of the EuroCSCL 2001 conference
  • Ramberg was on the program committee of the CSCL 2003 conference