Research environments: Business, Science and Engineering
In our strong research environments, research is conducted in artificial intelligence and autonomous systems; applied research on the environment and sustainable development; life science; information system capabilities and limitations; organisational, social, ethical and economical aspects of organisational control; applied policy-oriented empirical research in economics; and statistical method development in survey methodology and econometrics.
Center for Sustainable Business (CSB)
Center for Sustainable Business | CSB is the Örebro University center for research in sustainable business and business ethics. The purpose of CSB is to do research and development and to offer education in the fields of circular economy, business ethics...
Centre for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS)
The Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS), founded in 1998, is a strong research environment which performs research on autonomous systems, with a focus on their perceptual and cognitive capabilities. The center is internationally known...
Centre for empirical research on information systems (CERIS)
Centre for Empirical Research on Information Systems (CERIS) develops knowledge about information systems' possibilities and limitations when it comes to supporting the way people work in, manage and develop businesses.
Centre for Empirical Research on Organizational Control (CEROC)
The research performed in CEROC proceeds from the common belief that management control is crucial to the functioning of modern organizations.
Economics and Statistics (E&S)
The research environment in Economics and Statistics combines applied empirical research in economics with research in the development of statistical methods within survey methodology and econometrics.
The INTERORG Marketing Research Center highlights relations between different firms, aiming to increase and spread the knowledge of the social, environmental, technological, and economic aspects of exchange between firms and between firms and their...
Man-Technology-Environment research centre (MTM)
MTM focus on applied research on chemicals in the environment and sustainable development together with regional, national and international stakeholders in business, government, universities and research institutes. We work in the following five areas.
The Life Science Centre
The Life Science Centre was established in 2005 to unite research groups within the Life Science field at Örebro University and Örebro University Hospital.