News

  • KTH is 27th most international university worldwide

    Published Feb 05, 2014

    KTH’s international profile is among the strongest in the world of higher education, according to a prestigious ranking that was just released.

  • Silicon Valley opens doors to KTH entrepreneurs

    Published Sep 02, 2013

    A group of Swedish companies with roots at KTH Royal Institute of Technology have been making a splash in Silicon Valley this week. A full week of meetings with investors and entrepreneurs has been set up by Student Inc. and the non-profit organization, Silicon Vikings.

  • Incubator ranked among world's top 10

    Published Aug 13, 2013

    Stockholm Innovation & Growth (STING) has been rated ninth among 150 university incubators in 22 countries, by the University Business Incubator (UBI) Index.

  • KTH climb on Swedish ranking

    Published Apr 10, 2013

    In the 2013 edition of the Swedish University rankings Urank KTH is still the best university in Sweden for engineers. KTH has also climbed from seventh to fourth place in the overall rankings. Chalmers loses three places and ends up on sixth place this year.

  • Emma Olofsson – female technologist of the year at KTH

    Published Mar 25, 2013

    This year's winner of the Future Female Leader Award, FFLA, is Emma Olofsson. The award is handed out for the tenth year in a row, to the most prominent female technologist at KTH. Besides the honour, the winner gets to design her own 18-month trainee programme, dividing the time between three of the eight partnering companies.

  • Volkswagen likes the "KTH model"

    Published Feb 26, 2013

    On February 22, Volkswagen's Executive Director of Group Research, Jürgen Leohold, visited KTH to connect with and discuss possible forms of future cooperation.

  • Crosstalks February 28

    Published Feb 21, 2013

    How does physics change our view of the world? What is the ultimate destiny of man and robot? Global inequality and global health? Are we up to the challenge?

  • KTH alumnus Henrik Karlsson is this year’s innovator according to Veckans Affärer

    Published Feb 04, 2013

    KTH alumnus Henrik Karlsson, founder and president at Biorecro, is chosen as this year’s “Innovator”. Another 15 KTH alumni is among the 101 first on the List of Super Talent 2012, put together by Veckans Affärer.

  • PIEp in collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières

    Published Dec 19, 2012

    PIEp, Product Innovation Engineering program, which is a program aimed at achieving change through innovative solutions based on valid research, recently hosted a workshop in collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières.

  • Private Donation to Fund Medical Imaging Research

    Published Mar 21, 2012

    The Erling-Persson Family Foundation has donated SEK 22 million ($3.2 million) to help KTH expand research into medical imaging physics and computed tomography. The new funding will allow important new diagnostic tools to move out of the laboratory and into medical clinics.

  • KTH–Scania Co-operation Strengthens Swedish Industrial Competitiveness

    Published Nov 23, 2011

    KTH and the Swedish heavy vehicle manufacturer Scania will expand their competence exchange programme, enhancing co-operation aimed at strengthening KTH research and education while improving Scania's access to advanced expertise.