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Dr. Arianit Kurti is associate professor and head of informatics department at Linnaeus University in Sweden. Furthermore, Dr. Kurti is a senior researcher affiliated with the RISE Research Institutes of Sweden. Dr. Kurti has a strong applied research interest on interactive and visual computing and its applicability across different application domains. The guiding research challenge that he has been investigated is related to the finding the most optimal approaches and methods for reaching sustainable digitalization using interactive and visual computing. Key contributions of his work among others include: a) research collaboration with Siemens for establishing a digital twin for their gas turbines for optimizing the design process of new turbines, b) applying user perspective rendering for improving visibility and ergonomic issues for forklifts drivers in cooperation with Toyota Material Handling, c) applied research cooperation with other societal actors such as Linköping University Hospital and Sectra focusing on the use of interactive and visual computing approaches for increasing the efficiency of the tissue sample preparation in a digital pathology process. Extensive expertise in leading, digitalization and innovation through cross-disciplinary applied research cooperation with industry and public actors. Dr. Kurti has a long experience on leading and managing large research project both nationally and internationally, with more the 50milSEK (approximately 5mil€) in external research funding from various funding agencies such as EU H2020, EU EACEA, FORMAS, Swedish Knowledge Foundation, UHR, IBM, STINT, Vinnova (Swedish Innovation Agency), Siemens, Toyota Material Handling, RAÄ, Norrköping Fund for Research and Development. His research results are disseminated in more than 50 scientific publications.