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CASTOR Software Research Centre

A collaboration between KTH, Saab and Ericsson

On 6 December, Nobel laureates Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna (left and right) visited the KTH campus to study Un|fold, a sound and light sculpture inspired by their work on genome editing. Pictured with professor Benoit Baudry, who led the development of the art work. Photo: Clement Morin / Nobel Prize

Campus art installation captures the richness of basic software actions

Art can be a powerful projector of breakthrough science. During the 2022 Nobel Week Lights, an annual lights festival taking place during the Nobel Week, KTH launched an artwork called un|fold, which ...

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Two days on the latest within software

The software research centre CASTOR organised its second conference on 31 August to 1 September at KTH Nymble. Software researchers, engineers, and students gathered to discuss cutting-edge technology...

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Cyrille Artho, Associate Professor at The Division of Theoretical Computer Science

Hardcore hardware platform for experiments

We talked to Cyrille Artho, who has started up the Croaker Server, about 32 times as powerful as a high-end laptop: "At this point, we need an actual platform we can use to unleash our tools on differ...

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cyber | glow is a light installation that is generated in real time based on the interaction from the visitors

Interactive software art on the streets of Stockholm

Bring your phone and control Nobel laureates and their movements across a great wall! Inspired by Nobel Prize-awarded discoveries and laureates, stunning artworks will light up the darkness in 21 inst...

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