According to UN's global goal no. 7, we must ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all. How do we get there? How far have we come? What does the research look like at KTH?
is Professor in Power Grid Technology at KTH. She is Director of the Energy Platform at KTH which coordinates and supports multidisciplinary research initiatives within the energy areas. She is the coordinator of life long learning at the EECS school at KTH.
Her research and teaching are focused on applying mathematics (e.g. statistics, optimization, life cycle assessment) for predicting and modelling reliability, impact of maintenance efforts for various electric power system applications.
is a professor in energy technology and the head of the Energy Technology Department. He has a background in turbomachine technology and a 10-years industrial experience in project management from Volvo Aero Corporation.
Today, his research focuses on solar power, flexible heat and power production as well as transforming the energy system in cities. He is the KTH represantative for the climate contract realization of the cities of Stockholm and Helsingborg via the Viable Cities 2.0 program. He is also the KTH project leader for the Swedish Energy Agency's pilot projects for the realization of citizen driven energy communalities.
is docent and senior researcher, and former director of Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL) at KTH. ITRL focus on how new technology could and should be used and adopted to contribute to a sustainable transport system and society, by taking a system approach.
Anna has twenty years of experience from transport sector, and has had leader positions in both academia and industry. She is passionate for collaborative research, where multiple actors meet to explore sustainable solutions.
Her research is focused on analyzing and modelling complex dynamic sociotechnical systems, and on integrating different system levels and various knowledge perspectives.