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Rektor vid Stockholms universitetet Astrid Söderbergh Widding skriver under avtal med Siemens Healthcare AB.

MRI procurement completed!

1.5 years of hard work is now over and we are very happy to announce that SUBIC and Stockholm University has signed a contract with Siemens Healthcare AB. A brand new Siemens Magnetom Prisma 3T scanner will be available at SUBIC from the summer 2018.

Profiled Research Areas at Stockholm University

Leading research and Profile Area
Between 2007–2014, the Department of Linguistics was appointed as a leading research area at Stockholm University. This appointment applied specifically to two of the department’s major research interests, early speech development and language typology, the latter encompassing the study of cross language patterns in grammar and lexicon.

In 2015, Stockholm University's Profile Areas replaced all Leading Research areas. Read about the Linguistics profile in the Language and Language Acquisition profile of the Stockholm University's Profile Areas.

Our research and dissertations

Research and graduate studies are two of the department’s main activities and our education at all levels is closely connected to ongoing research.

Find out more on our research areas, our projects, publications and dissertations.


PhD Programmes at the Department of Lingusitics

The Department of Linguistics at Stockholm University organizes Ph.D. programmes in General Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, Phonetics, Sign Language and Swedish as a second language for the deaf.


Postal address
Department of Linguistics
Stockholm University
SE - 10691 Stockholm, Sweden
Visiting address
Department of Linguistics
Universitetsvägen 10 C
Frescati, Stockholm, Sweden
Student affairs office
Telephone: +46 8 16 23 47
Fax: +46 8 15 53 89
Office: C 378

Research Database

Research Database


NLP Korpusar, resurser och verktyg

Teckenspråk och SV2D


MINT Project

MINT Project