Every four years it is time to have our say on government research policy. This can pay off. One example of change that came after the last time KTH provided input in 2015 was that the law was changed such that the time for acquisition of qualifications posts was extended from four to six years. … Continue reading “Input focuses on strategic issues”
What do we mean by the relationship between education and research? Is there more to this than incorporating current research into courses and offering students the opportunity to participate in research projects? Absolutely – much, much more. The close relationship between teaching and research is at the very core of a university. One fundamental principle … Continue reading “Research+Education=True”
Are online meetings ever going to be of a good enough quality?Is it possible to have a video conference or meeting online? There are countless systems available that require varying kinds of set up when it comes to installation, connection or implementation. Plus, there’s often plenty more to be desired when it comes to the … Continue reading “Dare to meet online more often”
Greenhouse gas emissions from heavy industry are being discussed more and more. This is good because it is a necessary part of a transition to a climate neutral society. Industry can adopt several different strategies to achieve this. New manufacturing processes. Perhaps the most widely known example is to use hydrogen from fossil fuels instead … Continue reading “How industry can become climate neutral”
Vice President for Gender equality and values and Professor in Gender, organization and management In this blog I will write about norms, power and leadership and how they relate to each other. But also about how to work in everyday life for increased gender equality and how to take the temperature of an organization’s culture … Continue reading “Anna Wahl on equality”
Vice President for Global relations and overall international cooperations and Professor of Electric Power Engineering In this blog, I will talk about how internationalization can permeate an educational institution and how the boundless exchange of ideas, knowledge and experiences among students, researchers, educational institutions and the global community benefits society development.