• Jan Gulliksen new vice-president of digitization

    Published Sep 27, 2017
    Jan Gulliksen is our new vice-president of digitization, a completely newly established post at KTH

  • ManoMotion – a new software for virtual and augmented reality

    Published Sep 25, 2017
    Listen to the researchers Sharouz Yousefi and Haibo Li in the podcast KTH Tech Talks

  • New arrivals find jobs after IT course

    Published May 24, 2017
    The participants on the IT course for new arrivals to Sweden provided by KTH have graduated and are now ready for a job market that is hungry for programmers. Aiham Alkaseer hadn’t even finished the course when he was snapped up by IT consultant Xlent.

  • One more SSF grant to CST in Big Data

    Published Feb 17, 2017
    This project aims at providing large-scale computational methods for high throughput single cell medical investigations, for instance in cancer and regenerative medicine.

  • The Visualization group at KTH received a large grant from SSF

    Published Feb 15, 2017
    Breaking Big Data barriers in numerical simulations to enable next-level flow and climate research.

  • SSF Maritim robotik

    Published Feb 08, 2017
    RPL is going to help develop new algorithms to allow autonomous underwater vehicles. AUV, to operate for longer times and distances with less human resources in a project financed by SSF.

  • Project receives EUR 3.2 million to explore limits of efficient computability

    Published Oct 28, 2016
    Research dealing with complex computational problems and the methods for solving them is one of the projects at KTH that recently received funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

  • Gender-neutral course does the trick

    Published Oct 17, 2016
    More students have completed an introductory course in programming since it was presented in gender-neutral language. Now the researchers behind the change want to try and reshape other courses at KTH, too.

  • Sexism extends to robots

    Published May 24, 2016
    What gender are the robots that are taking over more and more of our chores? Does it matter whether we call them, "he" or "she"?

  • Digitization and sustainable consumption

  • 9 Student Nominations to C Awards

  • Platform would outwit cyber criminals

    Published Feb 24, 2014
    As smartphone use surges, consumers are just beginning to realise their devices are not quite as secure as they thought. A Swedish research team is working on a way to secure mobile operating systems so that consumers can be confident that their data is protected.

  • Score app makes life easier for composers

    Published Jan 13, 2014
    From The Swedish Wire

  • How Technology Is Warping Your Memory

    Published Dec 13, 2013
    Article in Huffington Post with Erik Fransén, Computional Biology.

  • Social robot faces the real world

    Published Nov 28, 2013
    Human interaction with robots is about to get a little more personal. Meet the face of tomorrow's interactive technology.

  • KTH duo behind fast-growing mobile app

    Published Nov 26, 2013
    What started as a hunt for furniture by two KTH graduates has led to one of the world’s fastest-growing mobile apps.

  • CSC projects at Gamex 2013

    Published Nov 01, 2013
    A total of six CSC student projects where produced for, and presented at, the Gamex 2013 fair between 31 October and 3 November. The projects form part of the course "Advanced Graphics and Interaction AGI13", where the goal is to combine at least one advanced interaction technique with one advanced graphics technique to produce an original system and present it publicly to a large and diverse audience.

  • Erik Fransén widely quoted by the media

  • Online time can hobble brain’s important work

    Published Sep 20, 2013
    While you are browsing online, you could be squandering memories – or losing important information.

  • KTH researcher wins the 7th Christian Benoît prize

    Published Sep 20, 2013
    Samer Al Moubayed, a researcher from the department for Speech, Music and Hearing at CSC, has been awarded the 7th Christian Benoît award for his work on the Furhat back-projected robot head. The award is given biannually by the Christian Benoît Association, in memory of the French scientist Christian Benoit, a pioneer in the field of face-to-face speech communication.

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