The largest cost in our budget is personnel, which is 63% of the total cost. Over the years, the number of people working at CBA has varied considerably. During 2014, 42 people were working at CBA. Most of the personnel is employed by UU, the rest by SLU. Within the whole division Vi2, we counted more than 50 persons during the year (but not 50 full-time equivalents).
Even though CBA itself does not organise undergraduate education, Vi2 offers undergraduate education with several courses in Human-Computer Interaction themes. In addition, we have inherited the courses on Image Analysis, Computer Graphics, and Scientific Visualization previously organised by the Division of Scientific Computing and given by teachers from CBA. Most of us teach 10-20%, while some Senior Lecturers teach more. The economy in Table 1 below summarises the overall economy for Vi2 in 2014. This summary is based on joining the two accounts from UU and SLU (after clearing internal transactions between the universities). The numbers are rounded to the nearest 1000 SEK. The same numbers for income and costs are also given as pie charts in Figure 1. Who finances each project can be ascertained in Section 5, where all projects are listed. Project grants that have been received but not used are directly balanced to next year, and are thus not included in the income-cost tables.
|UU undergraduate education||6476||Operating expenditure||3175|
|Non-governmental grants||1253||University overhead||9481|
|Total income||40442||Total cost||39716|
|The Swedish Research Council, Vinnova - Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems|
|Research foundations, EU|
|Internal invoices from UU and compensations|
|Including travel and conferences|