Many KTH research projects in IVA's 100 list 2020

Seafarm (Watercentre@KTH/KTH)
Published Mar 10, 2020

The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences' (IVA) latest 100 list highlights a variety of research projects from Swedish universities in the area of ​​sustainability. The focus is on current research projects with the potential to create tangible benefits in the foreseeable future. Included in the list are six projects from the School of Architecture and the Built Environment.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) 100 list

IVA's annual 100 list highlights current research projects, in technical and economic sciences, that can create value for companies or society in the form of knowledge, processes, products and business development. The research projects on the first 100 list – presented in March 2019 – all have commercial potential and relate to digitalisation. In our 2020 list – presented in March 2020 – we highlight research focusing on sustainability.  Find the answers to your questions about the 100 list here!

Projects from the School of Architecture and the Built Environment in IVA's 100 list 2020:

EO&AI4Wildfire - Earth Observation Big Data and AI for Near Real-Time Wildfire Monitoring.

Read more about EO&AI4Wildfire

Contact: Yifang Ban , Andrea Nascetti , Puzhao Zhang

GORDIAN - Revolutionizing transport infrastructure planning by untangling movement traces

Read more about Gordian

Contact: Gyözö Gidofalvi , Can Yang

TACK - Tunnel Automatic CracK Detection

Read more about TACK [in Swedish]

Contact: Andreas Sjölander , Andrea Nascetti

Intelligent packing with automatic frequency control - towards a sustainable infrastructure

New technology reduces costs and environmental impact in the construction industry.

Read more about Intelligent packing with automatic frequency control - towards a sustainable infrastructure [in Swedish]

Contact: Carl Wersäll

SEAFARM - Macroalgae for a bio-based and sustainable society

Read more about Seafarm [in Swedish]

Contact: Fredrik Gröndahl

Mistra SAMS (Sustainable Accessibility and Mobility Services) - Sustainable mobility and accessibility for the future

Read more about Mistra SAMS [In Swedish]

Contact: Anna Kramers

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