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  • Collaboration with Guinea-Bissau University Aims to Broaden Students' Perspectives

    Members of the Guinea-Bissau and KTH collaboration.
    Edinilson da Silva, UN Habitat in Bissau. Erika Svensson Rössner, KTH’s International Relations Office. Teres Selberg is lecturer in Architecture KTH. Luís Colaço, Lusófona University in Bissau. Isa Bergh Lopes da Costa, lecturer in Sustainable Urban Planning at Lusófona University and UNDP. Photo: Hanna Kalla
    Published Dec 01, 2021

    A collaboration to broaden the context that architecture students work in and for an exchange of knowledge that intends to start an architectural educ...

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  • The pandemic made her join the circus

    Published Nov 24, 2021

    The pandemic made her join the circus</b></span> Like many others, <b>Luigia Brandimarte</b> was forced to teach online when the pandemic struck. Bei...

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  • He examines adaptations in society to climate change during times of deep uncertainty

    Per Wikman Svahn undersöker risker och däribland hur vi kan anpassa samhället till de stigande havsnivåerna. (Foto: Hanna Kalla)
    Published Nov 17, 2021

    Per Wikman Svahn is a researcher at the Division of Philosophy and examines, among other things, decision-making strategies during times of deep uncer...

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  • KTH Professor speaker at UN COP26 side event - Earth observations to build climate resilient cities

    Published Nov 03, 2021

    Yifang Ban was one of the speakers at yesterday's UN COP26 side event about Earth Observations to build sustainable and climate resilient cities. The ...

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  • Economics researcher: Invest more in the climate

    Electric car connected to a charging post along a city street.
    The expansion of charging points is a key part of the transition to electric vehicles. (PHOTO: GAMMA-MAN/Mostphotos)
    Published Nov 03, 2021

    Larger investments in the climate even if it means less money for other things now, but that can easily profit future generations. This is an importan...

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  • New docent among the foremost in social life-cycle assessment

    Foto: Maruf Rahman / Pixabay
    Published Oct 27, 2021

    After fifteen years as a consultant in sustainability and an academic plunge in social sustainability, it’s easy to see that Elisabeth Ekener, new Doc...

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  • With focus on the future city

    A man and two women in a discussion.
    Carlo Ratti, MIT, Sigbritt Karlsson, KTH and Anna König Jerlmyr, City of Stockholm debate city development and the joint Senseable Stockholm Lab in City Hall.
    Published Oct 22, 2021

    In the space of just over two years, collaboration within the Senseable Stockholm Lab has delivered a number of research results that over time, can b...

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  • Changing norms around housing and everyday life can lead to more sustainable lives

    Foto: Unsplash
    Published Oct 20, 2021

    The climate debate has long had a tendency to individualize responsibility and place great focus on technological development - and painted this as th...

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  • Sverker Sörlin is awarded IVA's Great Gold Medal

    Sverker Sörlin. Photo: Karin Tengby
    Published Oct 20, 2021

    Sverker Sörlin, Professor in Environmental History at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, has been awarded the Royal Swedi...

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  • Reference networks in the air promotes the pursuit of millimeter precision

    Measurement with inclinometer at GNSS station MOSE (roof of Södra Teatern,Stockholm). The sensor,manufactured by Senceive,is equipped with a thermometer and three inclinometers that measure inclination along three axes. The sensor's measurements are sent wirelessly to the server in a selected time interval. By analyzing time series one can assess the stability of GNSS antenna. (Photo: Private)
    Published Oct 12, 2021

    The Reference Network in the Air, or Stomnät i Luften 2.0 in Swedish, is a research and innovation project with the overall goal of preparing the Swed...

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  • In Sweden to map out architectural history

    Bertil Melin, Swedish director of the Nordic Tanganyika Project in Kibaha, showing a model of low-cost housing to President Julius Nyerere, c.1963-64. To the far left, Mr. Dennis, the carpenter who made the models, co-designed the housing project, and “test-lived“ in the first constructed house with his family. (From Torvald Åkesson, ‘Education - In Marble Halls or Under Trees. Low-Cost Houses in East Africa, Especially Ethiopia and Tanzania’,compiled self-published report, c.1965, Stockholm)
    Published Oct 07, 2021

    White spots on the architectural historical map. That is what made Sebastiaan Loosen leave Belgium and KU Leuven, where he had gotten two first-cycle ...

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  • Reducing the spread of airborne infection diseases by using new ventilation systems in hospitals

    Parastoo Sadeghian showing a digital way of looking at airborne particles in operating rooms.
    Parastoo Sadeghian showing a digital way of looking at airborne particles in operating rooms. (Photo: VISBAC)
    Published Sep 28, 2021

    Just in Sweden, based on numbers from The National Board of Health and Welfare, more than 1500 patients die every year due to surgical site infections...

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  • Urban water imaginaries in exhibition - co-creative dialogues between science, art, and engineering

    In the exhibition Symbiosis at Färgfabriken "Källan" is a meeting place where you can listen to a sound installation, watch art with AR (Augmented Reality) and sit down on a bench by a digital pond that projects water in various forms. This is where the dialogue about water in cities begins. Artist Åsa Cederqvist work The Source (film installation,15:30), and The Essence (prototype AR work) (Photo: Johan Österholm/Färgfabriken)
    Published Sep 21, 2021

    The exhibition Symbiosis at Färgfabriken is a place for dialogue and an ongoing experiment created together with artists, researchers, designers and a...

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  • Symbiosis - multifaceted exhibition in collaboration with KTH research

    Foto/Photo: John Jakobsson
    Published Aug 26, 2021

    Researchers Mattias Höjer, Timos Karpouzoglou , Katarina Larsen and David Nilsson have collaborated with artists from Färgfabriken and developed eleme...

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  • His tools can optimize our future transport systems

    Two maps of Sweden that show that Gordian's solution generates 80% less infrastructure investment
    Illustration: Gordian
    Published Jun 24, 2021

    An old observation is that nothing is more difficult to predict than the future. But based on existing trends, it is safe to assume that electrificati...

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  • David Nilsson new board member at WaterAid Sweden

    Published Jun 23, 2021

    David Nilsson, associate professor and centre director of WaterCentre @ KTH, has been appointed board member of WaterAid Sweden's board. David Nilsson...

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  • Learning sustainability by doing - Collaborative, active and reflexive learning

    Foto: Kaleidico / Unsplash
    Published Jun 16, 2021

    Kateryna Pereverza and Oleksii Pasichnyi are researchers and teachers at the Department of Sustainable Development, Environmental Science and Engineer...

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  • Both technology and ethics are needed in the smart city

    Illustration: Undraw
    Published Jun 03, 2021

    Barbro Fröding’s current research project is about identifying and dealing with the ethical issues that may arise when new technology and people meet,...

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  • KTH to establish Trimble Technology Lab for architecture, engineering, and construction

    Kjartan Gudmundsson, Deputy Director of First and Second Cycle Education, School of Architecture and the Built Environment, KTH and Tove Lindblad, usiness Development Manager at Trimble and Account Manager för Trimble Technology Lab at KTH
    Published Jun 03, 2021

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) has received a gift from Trimble to establish a state-of-the-art Technology Lab for architecture, engineering ...

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  • Collaboration with the City of Stockholm and three-dimensional properties

    Extension of 3D RRRs (Bild: Prof Stefan Seipel)
    Published May 27, 2021

    Jenny Paulsson is an Associate Professor in Real Estate Planning and Land Law the Department of Real Estate and Construction Management. Much of her w...

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