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Division of Network and Systems Engineering

The Division of Network and Systems Engineering (NSE) conducts research and provides education and service to society on key aspects of networked systems. The primary research focus is on system design, architecture, and management; system security and privacy; enterprise IT modeling and computing; project and technology management. The core methods for conducting the research are stochastic modeling, queuing theory; game theory, optimization; distributed systems, data analysis and machine learning; software design, prototyping, and experimentation.

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Recent publications

S. Katsikeas et al., "Empirical evaluation of a threat modeling language as a cybersecurity assessment tool," Computers & security (Print), vol. 140, 2024.
N. Korotkova, J. Lilliesköld and E. Hetemi, "Pursuing Openness in the Digital Age : Insights from Client–Contractor Knowledge Collaboration at the Project Front End," International Journal of Project Management, pp. 102564-102564, 2024.
M. Bokaei et al., "Harmonic retrieval using weighted lifted-structure low-rank matrix completion," Signal Processing, vol. 216, 2024.


Emil Lantz graduating as KTH*s first cybersecurity engineer

Emil is KTH's first cybersecurity engineer

Following the completion of his master's thesis on behavioural biometrics, Emil Lantz is graduating as KTH's first cybersecurity engineer. ”It feels really good to finish,” he says.

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Gunnar Karlsson with his Headquarters Medal of Merit from the Swedish Armed Forces.
Gunnar Karlsson with his Headquarters Medal of Merit from the Swedish Armed Forces.

Honoured for his work in cyber security

Gunnar Karlsson from the Department of Network and Systems Engineering recently received the Headquarters Medal of Merit from the Swedish Armed Forces for his commitment to training cyber soldiers and...

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Making data accessible - despite server and network issues

A software developed by KTH has enabled cloud services to be easier to build and more resilient to failures. “I wanted to make fault-tolerant systems easy to build and use, contrary to what is ofte...

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