School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is one of five schools at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. The school conducts research and education within electrical engineering, computer science, and information and communication technology.
We conduct research at a basic and applied level that solves real problems and challenges in society, all with a scientific excellence and in partnership with society. Our programmes in electrical engineering and computer science educates the engineers and researchers of tomorrow. Below are our research areas divided by departments.
We talked to Stefan Bauer who is organising a Machine Learning for Drug Discovery Workshop and GeneDisco Challenge, Friday 29 April.Read the article
Congratulations Dejan Kostić!
We met up with Dejan Kostić who has won a Best Paper Award at the ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP) 2021 and talked about what the award will mean to him and his team.Read the article
21MayGeneralSat 2022-05-21 - Fri 2022-05-27, 19:00Location: Konstfack2022-05-21T00:00:00.000+02:00 2022-05-27T19:00:00.000+02:00 Konstfack: Vårutställning: master- och lärarstudenter (General) Konstfack (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Konstfack: Vårutställning: master- och lärarstudenter (General)
30MayPublic defences of doctoral thesesMonday 2022-05-30, 15:00Doctoral student: Waleed Reda , Network Systems Laboratory (NS Lab)2022-05-30T15:00:00.000+02:00 2022-05-30T15:00:00.000+02:00 Accelerating Distributed Storage in Heterogeneous Settings (Public defences of doctoral theses) Ka-Sal C (Sven-Olof Öhrvik), Kistagången 16, Kista (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Accelerating Distributed Storage in Heterogeneous Settings (Public defences of doctoral theses)
31MayLectures and seminarsTuesday 2022-05-31, 15:00Lecturer: Werner Goebl, University of Music and Performing Arts ViennaVideo link: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/621829938242022-05-31T15:00:00.000+02:00 2022-05-31T15:00:00.000+02:00 Using semantic score encodings for music performance research (Lectures and seminars) Henrik Eriksson Room (1440), Lindstedtsvägen 3, floor 4 (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Using semantic score encodings for music performance research (Lectures and seminars)