Viktor Gardelli

Personal Information

Organisation: LTU
Position/Category: Senior Lecturer in Education, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden


PhD in Education (2016, Luleå University of Technology), M.A. In Practical Philosophy (Stockholm University), B.A. in Philosophy (Luleå University of Technology)

Short bio:

Dr. Gardelli is senior lecturer in Education, in the devision for Education and Languages at the Department of Health, Education and Technology at Luleå University of Technology (LTU), Sweden. He is also a researcher in the ArcTech Learning Lab at LTU. Dr. Viktor Gardelli conducts research concerning technology in school, dialogic education, ethics in school, argumentation theory and logic, and philosophy of education, among other things. Dr. Gardelli has received research funding, either himself or in collaborations with other researchers, from The Swedish Research Council, the EU commission, Riksbankens jubileumsfond, Vinnova, and others. Dr. Gardelli is the editor at, the world-leading online index and bibliography of philosophy research, for the topic philosophy for children: ethics. He is also a board member of the research committee for the International Council of Philosophical Inquiry with Children, ICPIC. He is a co-founding member of the Nordic Research Network for Philosophy with Children, and a member of the nordic society of Philosophy with Children. In 2020 he was awarded the title Promising Junior Researcher at LTU, which includes receiving funding for research and being included in a special leadership development program spanning two years. Dr. Gardelli has a many years of experience teaching at the university at all levels, from undergraduates to PhD students, mainly in educational science, in philosophy of science and in research ethics.
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