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Oscar Quevedo Teruel

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Oscar Quevedo-Teruel received his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Carlos III University of Madrid Spain in 2005, and went on to complete his Master of Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden. He obtained his PhD from Carlos III University of Madrid in 2010 and was then invited into a postdoctoral research position at the University of Delft (The Netherlands). From 2010-2011, Dr. Quevedo-Teruel joined the Department of Theoretical Physics of Condensed Matter at Universidad Autonoma de Madrid as a research fellow, and went on to continue his postdoctoral research at Queen Mary University of London from 2011-2013. In 2014, he joined the School of Electrical Engineering (EES)/Electromagnetic Engineering (ETK) at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden where he is an Associate Professor.

Dr. Quevedo-Teruel was the recipient of the Award of Excellence in 2010 from Carlos III University of Madrid. In 2010, he also received the National Award of Arquimedes for the best supervisory of M. Sc. Theses in Engineering and Architecture throughout Spain. Recently, in 2012, he received the prestigious Raj Mittra Junior Travel Grant.

Dr. Quevedo-Teruel has made significant scientific contribution to lens antennas, leaky wave antennas, metasurfaces, transformation optics, bespoke lenses, and high impedance surfaces. He is the co-author of more than 45 papers in international journals, more than 100 at international conferences, two book chapters, and has received approval on 2 patents.

Nathaniel Taylor

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Nathaniel Taylor is a researcher at the Department of Electromagnetic Engineering. His undergraduate degree was MEng (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) at Imperial College, London, of which the final year was taken on exchange at KTH, reading courses mainly in power-system and high-voltage and doing a final year project. Taylor took his postgraduate studies in power systems at Imperial College, looking at coordinated voltage control. He took the licentiate and PhD degrees at KTH, investigating low variable frequency spectroscopy and partial-discharge measurements for condition assessment of stator insulation in large rotating machines. His habilitation (docent) is also from KTH, in the broad area of "electric power" but based on work mainly with high-voltage engineering.

Daniel Månsson 

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Daniel Månsson is an associate professor in smart electricity grids, power systems components at the Department of Electromagnetic engineering. Månsson has a Ph.D. in Engineering Physics (in swedish: Teknologie Doktorsexamen inom Teknisk Fysik, inriktning mot Elektricitetslära).

Some of his current research topics includes:

  • Energy storage in smart grids
  • Power quality for smart grids
  • Smart electricity grids and power system components
  • Electromagnetic theory

Isaac Skog

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Isaac Skog received the BSc and MSc degrees in Electrical Engineering from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden, in 2003 and 2005, respectively. In 2010, he received the Ph.D. degree in Signal Processing with a thesis on low-cost navigation systems. In 2009, he spent 5 months at the Mobile Multi-Sensor System research team, University of Calgary, Canada, as a visiting scholar and in 2011 he spent 4 months at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, India, as a visiting scholar. He is currently a Researcher at KTH coordinating the KTH Insurance Telematics Lab. He was a recipient of a Best Survey Paper Award by the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society in 2013.

Oskar Wallmark

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Oskar Wallmark, born in 1976, received his M.Sc. in Engineering Physics in 2001 and his Ph.D. in Electric Power Engineering in 2006, both from Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden. Currently, he holds the position as an Associate Professor at the Laboratory of Electrical Energy Conversion (E2C). His main research interests include control and analysis of electric drives with particular focus on automotive applications.

Oskar Wallmark
Oskar Wallmark, universitetslektor 087907831

Thomas Jonsson

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Thomas Jonsson is a researcher in fusion plasma physics with focus on the modelling of plasma heating, stability and confinement. In particular he is involved in studies of plasma heating by radio waves at the JET experiment in Oxford and the integrated modelling of fusion plasmas within the EUROfusion Consortium, where Thomas is the task coordinator for heating and current drive modelling.

Thomas Jonsson
Thomas Jonsson, universitetslektor 087907704

Marley Becerra Garcia

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He is an associate professor at the Department of Electromagnetic Engineering at the School of Electrical Engineering. He received the PhD degree in Technical Physics from Uppsala University in 2008, and the BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the National University of Colombia in 2001 and 2003, respectively. He joint ABB Corporate Research in Västerås, Sweden in 2008 and then KTH in 2010. Since then, he is leading the research group on Applied Physics for Power Components at KTH while keeping part-time research activities at ABB Corporate Research as Principal Scientist.

Marley Becerra Garcia
Marley Becerra Garcia, universitetslektor +4687907762

Saikat Chatterjee

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Saikat Chatterjee is a researcher with the Communication Theory Lab and the Signal Processing Lab at School of Electrical Engineering KTH. His work revolves around teaching and supervising research and course students - mainly PhD students. Before joining KTH, Chatterjee earned his PhD degree from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore, India, and undergraduate degrees from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India.

Saikat Chatterjee's research interests include a gamut of signal processing and communication. A few of these topics are: 

  • sparse processing, compressive sensing and low dimensional models
  • statistical signal processing, pattern recognition and machine learning
  • speech and audio processing
  • bioinformatics (microbial ecology, metagenomics)
  • statistical physics and information theory based analysis

Recently, he became more involved in sparse processing and compressive sensing. A goal of his research is designing improved schemes for multimedia processing, and Big Data analytics.

Saikat Chatterjee
Saikat Chatterjee, forskare,universitetslektor, bitr +4687908478

Kristinn Gylfason

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Kristinn Björgvin Gylfason is an assistant professor of Micro and Nanosystems at KTH. He received the PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from KTH in 2010, and the BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Iceland in 2001 and 2003, respectively. The spring term of 2002 he spent at the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA. From 2003 through 2005 he was a research engineer at Lyfjathroun Biopharmaceuticals, Iceland, and in 2005 he received the Steinmaur Foundation nanotechnology graduate study scholarship. He received the Göran Gustafsson Young Researcher Price as well as the largest Young Researcher grant awarded by the Swedish Research Council to KTH in 2011. During spring 2013 Kristinn was a visiting post-doctoral scholar at the Photonics Group, Ghent University, Belgium. His research involves photonic nanodevices for biomedical and communications applications.

Kristinn Gylfason
Kristinn Gylfason, biträdande universitetslektor,forskare +4687909231

Tommy Haraldsson

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Tommy Haraldsson received his M.Sc. in polymer engineering at KTH in 1997 and receieved his PhD in 2005 at the department of Fibre and Polymer technology, KTH. Tommy joined KTH Micro and nanosystems in 2009, where he currently is team leader of Polymer Micro and nano systems. Tommy’s research is at the interface between polymer science and micro and nano systems with the following highlights: polymers for tailored surfaces in microfluidic channels, novel polymer systems with tunable mechanical properties and facile assembly of polymeric structures with different chemical and mechanical properties for advanced Lab-on-a-Chip devices. Tommy has authored and coauthored 18 research papers and over 40 conference papers in international top conferences in the field. He has been the co-founder of three start-ups, in the USA as well as in Sweden (Celoxio and Mercene Labs). Tommy is also Coordinator of the FP7 project ROUTINE.

James Gross

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Since November 2012 James Gross is with the KTH School of Electrical Engineering and mainly working on machine-to-machine communcations. However, his general research interests are with algorithms and protocols for wireless networks, as well as with performance evaluation methods.

Prior to coming to KTH, James Gross has been heading the Mobile Network Performance Group at RWTH Aachen University. At RWTH Aachen University he was a member of the UMIC research centre.

Mikael Amelin

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He received his masters, licentiate and doctors degrees from the Electric Power Systems Lab at the School of Electrical Engineering in 1997, 2000 and 2004 respectively. His research interests include Monte Carlo techniques, analysis and modelling of electricity markets, and rural electrification in developing countries.

Mikael Amelin
Mikael Amelin, univeristetslektor +4687907755
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