KTH has been and continues to be successful within the EU research and innovation framework programme. For example, we have participated in more projects than any other Swedish university or college. The EU is an important organisation in all KTH’s research areas. We are currently looking to recruit cutting edge know-how via the EU framework … Continue reading “Horizon Europe offers big opportunities for researchers”
We have a very large research side at KTH that is run in the form of Research Centres. This is a structured form of cooperation between academia, industry and society that focuses on a specific problem area. Long term and often relatively substantial financing enables knowledge to be developed and critical mass achieved within areas … Continue reading “Research centres and the art of teamwork”
How can a university continuously improve? How do we raise the quality of what we do? If we want to be an internationally competitive university, we need to continuously work at this, to develop our education and research, maintain this high quality and at the same time, undergo regular renewal. Those of us in research … Continue reading “Quality goes together with development”
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”
Vice President for Research and Professor in Vehicle Dynamics In this blog I will write about research collaborations, its funding and the importance of collaborating with other researchers and the surrounding community. In addition, the importance of research is to always question, find solutions and insistent test the boundaries of what is possible.