Study Embedded Systems at KTH

Contributing to the development of embedded systems

Francesco Robino came from Italy to KTH for one year's exchange studies. After that he was enrolled as a PhD student and has now finished his licentiate thesis "A model-based design approach for heterogeneous NoC-based MPSoCs on FPGA". In the interview he tells us more about his research.

Congratulations on your graduation PhD Sibel Tombaz

Sibel Tombaz from Turkey came to KTH School of Information and Communication Technology for doctoral studies in 2010. Now she has defended her PhD thesis “On the Design of Energy Efficient Wireless Access Networks” and will continue her work on energy efficient problems in wireless networks at Ericsson Research in Stockholm.

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION

PhD Lei Shi

Lei Shi from China came to KTH School of Information and Communication Technology for master studies. There after he was enrolled as a PhD student at the Communication Systems department. Now he has defended his master thesis 'Efficient Spectrum Utilization of UHF Broadcast Band'.

PhD Javier Ferrer Coll

Javier Ferrer Coll from Spain came to Sweden during his Master studies for some courses and to write his Master Thesis. After his graduation he was enrolled as a PhD student at KTH and now he has defended his thesis "Channel Characterization and Wireless Communication Performance in Industrial Environments".

PhD Nader Nikkam

Nader Nikkam from Iran came to KTH in 2009 for PhD studies at the Materials and Nano Physics Department. Now he has defended his PhD thesis "Engineering Nanofluids for Heat Transfer Applications".

PhD Du Ho Kang

Du Ho Kang from South Korea came to KTH School of Information and Communication Technology in 2010 for doctoral studies. Now he has defended his PhD thesis 'Interference management in indoor wireless access networks'.

PhD Wondwosen Metaferia

Wondwosen Metaferia was enrolled as a PhD student at KTH in 2010. Now he has defended his PhD thesis with the topic "New Methods in the Growth of InP on Si and Regrowth of Semi-insulating InP for Photonic Devices".

PhD Botao Shao

Botao Shao came to KTH from Fudan Univeristy in China. He has spent his doctoral years on studying fully printed chipless RFID tags towards item-level tracking applications. Last week he defended his PhD thesis and will now use his knowledges on his new position at ABB.