"I hope to contribute through a perspective on collaboration and social relevance."

So says Professor Lars Nordström about his role in the KTH Faculty Council. He has has been elected to the Council for the next four years. "KTH is nothing without the teacher and researcher who works here. If KTH will evolve it will be through and by the current faculty, and those we recruit in the future," he emphasizes. He also hopes to tie together his work in Faculty Council with the faculty council at KTH EE.

Read more about Lars Nordström's views of Faculty Council.

New Professor - Mathias Ekstedt

Mathias Ekstedt began as an "electro" student at KTH 1994 - and now 20 years later he becomes Professor. His research focuses on cyber security and system architecture, especially with applications in power industry. He leads the cybersecurity research group within the Department of Industrial and Information Systems.

Read his answers to three questions.

ERC Starting Grant awarded to Dimos Dimarogonas

Associate Professor Dimos Dimarogonas is one of the first-class scientists to receive a prestigious Starting Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for 2014. Dimos Dimarogonas is one of six being awarded in Sweden. His proposal “Bottom-up hybrid control and planning synthesis with application to multi-robot multi-human coordination" got excellent reviews by the Evaluation Panel.

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The Cedergren Medal to Professor Björn Ottersten

The first medal was awarded in 1914 and now a century later, Björn Ottersten recieves the 12th medal ever. He received the medal at the diploma ceremony in the Stockholm City Hall on 17 December.

The Cedergren Medal to Professor Björn Ottersten


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