Deputy head of the department
Teaches on 5 courses
Nicklas Guldåker is a senior lecturer and researcher with special interest in geographical perspectives on risk and crisis management, citizens and household vulnerability, methods of risk and vulnerability analysis, socio-technological risks and vulnerabilities, residential and intentional fires, crime analysis, data management, data visualization, critical infrastructure and geographical information systems (GIS). Nicklas has led several research projects within these fields.
Current research projects
Increasing research outreach through use of GIS tools (2019-2021), funded by Länsförsäkringars Forsknings- & Utvecklingsfond
The craft brewery industry's collaboration and significance for the growth of SMEs on Gotland (2019-2020), Funded by the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth and Region Gotland.
Completed research project
M-database - development of a research (geo) database (2011-2014), funded by Malmö University and Lund University.
Area-based risk and vulnerability assessment (ORSA) (2012-2013), funded by the County Administrative Board of Scania.
Social risks, civil society transformation and strategic risk management (2011-2014), funded by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.
Incendiary fires - Social processes of change and preventive measures (2009 - 2013), funded by the Swedish fire research board (Brandforsk).
Frequency and scope of nature-related crises (2007-2010) (within FRIVA II), funded by the Swedish Emergency Management Agency (KBM) and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB).
Perspectives on vulnerability and need for help in the management of crises (2007-2011) (within FRIVA II) funded by the Swedish Emergency Management Agency (KBM) and the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency
Crisis management and Social vulnerability (2004-2007) (within FRIVA I), funded by the Swedish Emergency Management Agency (KBM).
Vulnerability Management, Municipal Vulnerability Revision and Governmental allocation model (2001-2004) funded by the National Board of Civil Preparedness (ÖCB) and the Emergency Management Agency (KBM)
The vulnerable Society from a household perspective (1997-2001) funded by the National Board of Civil Preparedness (ÖCB).
Other tasks and qualifications
Nicklas regularly gives lectures, leads and participates in workshops, research circles, and conferences together with staff from municipalities, county administrative boards, regions, state agencies, NGOs and the business sector.
Nicklas Guldåker on Research gate
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