Love Ekenberg

PhD in Mathematics
PhD in Computer and Systems Sciences
Professor in Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University
Visiting Professor in Societal Planning and Environment at KTH - the Royal Institute of Technology

Head of Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), Stockholm University

 

Email: lovekATdsv.su.se
Phone: +46 8 16 16 79 (use sparsely please; email is strongly preferred)
Fax: +46 8 703 90 25

Address: Dept. of Computer and Systems Sciences, Stockholm University, Forum 100, SE-164 40 Kista, SWEDEN

 

Some Background

I have been working with risk and decision analysis, i.e. development of products and methodologies within these areas, for several years and in various industrial and public sectors, e.g., risk-cost modeling and analyses from the telecom sector and national insurance policies for catastrophe events. I have also worked with logic verification of complex industrial systems for some years, inter alia at Swedish nuclear power plants.

Another interest is development cooperation and I have been involved in this for quite a while for, inter alia, EU, World Bank, Sida, WHO and Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in a multitude of countries, including technical infrastructure development, IT policies and organisational development as well as human resources.


Some Representative Work

M. Danielson and L. Ekenberg, “Computing Upper and Lower Bounds in Interval Decision Trees,” European Journal of Operational Research 181, pp. 808–816, 2007.

M. Danielson, L. Ekenberg, J. Idefeldt and A. Larsson, “Using a Software Tool for Public Decision Analysis – the Case of Nacka Municipality,” Decision Analysis, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 76–90, 2007.

M. Danielson, L. Ekenberg and A. Larsson, “Distribution of Belief in Decision Trees,” International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol. 46, Issue 2, pp. 387–407, 2007.

M. Danielson, L. Ekenberg, A. Ekengren, T. Hökby and J. Lidén, “A Process for Participatory Democracy in Electronic Government,” Journal of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, Vol. 15, pp. 15–30, 2008.

K. Hansson, M. Danielson and L. Ekenberg, “A Framework for Evaluation of Flood Management Strategies,” Journal of Environmental Management 86:3, pp. 465–480, 2008.

E. Kahiigi, L. Ekenberg, M. Danielson and H. Hansson, “Exploring the e-Learning State of Art,” Electronic Journal of e-Learning, Vol. 6:2, 2008.

M. Danielson, L. Ekenberg and A. Riabacke, “A Prescriptive Approach to Elicitation of Decision Data,” Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice, Vol 3:1, pp. 77–88, 2009.

D. Sundgren, M. Danielson and L. Ekenberg, “Warp Effects on Calculating Interval Probabilities,” International Journal of Approximate Reasoning, Vol. 50, Issue 9, pp. 1360–1368, 2009.

M. Wiklund and L. Ekenberg, “Going to school in World of Warcraft: Observations from a trial programme using off-the-shelf computer games as learning tools in secondary education,” Designs for Learning, pp. 36–55, 2009.

X.S. Ding, M. Danielson and L. Ekenberg, “Disjoint Programming in Computational Decision Analysis,” Journal of Uncertain Systems, Vol.1, No.1, 2010.

A. Larsson, L. Ekenberg, Å. Wessel and H. Bach, "Non-Technical Survey: A Model for Evidence Based Assessment," The Journal of ERW and Mine Action, Vol.14:1, 2010.

G. Davies and L. Ekenberg, “Model Correspondence as a Basis for Schema Domination,” Knowledge-Based Systems, Vol. 23:7, pp. 693–703, 2010.

A. Larsson, L. Ekenberg, M. Danielson, “Decision Evaluation of Response Strategies in Emergency Management using Imprecise Assessments,” Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Vol. 7:1 2010.

F. Kivunike, L. Ekenberg, M. Danielson and F. Tusubira, “Perceptions of the Role of ICT on Quality of Life in Rural Communities in Uganda,” Information Technology for Development Journal, Vol.17:1, 61–80, 2011.

K. Hansson, A. Larsson, M. Danielson and L. Ekenberg, “Coping with Complex Environmental and Societal Risk Management Decisions: An Integrated Multi-Criteria Framework,” Sustainability, 3(9), pp. 1357–1380, 2011.

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