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  • Spotlight on Research

    Published Sep 16, 2019

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings and results are being published in academic journals? Under the heading Spotlight on Res...

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  • Johan Nordstrand represents KTH at SIYSS 2019

    Published Sep 16, 2019

    With his research project on making the production of freshwater cheaper and more accessible, Johan will participate at this year’s Stockholm Internat...

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  • World’s smallest accelerometer points to new era in wearables, gaming

    The accelerometer created by KTH researchers could be used in mobile phones for navigation, mobile games and pedometers, as well as monitoring systems for heart disease and motion-capture wearables that can monitor even the slightest movements of the human body
    Published Sep 02, 2019

    In what could be a breakthrough for body sensor and navigation technologies, researchers at KTH have developed the smallest accelerometer yet reported...

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  • Successful SPP Summer Course

    Published Aug 26, 2019

    A new summer block course with the title “Exploring the Physics of Planetary Environments” was held at the Space and Plasma Physics division of KTH be...

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  • EECS students visit Huawei in China

    Published Aug 19, 2019

    Earlier this spring, five lucky students from the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) were selected to participate in Huawei'...

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  • Why the brain can only learn so much

    A pianist can easily learn a complex score because neuron circuitry can be reused for similar tasks. However, they have as much difficulty as anyone else when it comes to learning a new, completely different skill. The limits of new learning were recently tested by neuroscientists at KTH.
    Published Jul 01, 2019

    Why is it that a master musician can learn a new score in no time, yet encounter difficulty learning something else, like skateboarding tricks? Could ...

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  • Future wars will be fought on the internet

    Published Jun 20, 2019

    KTH and the Swedish Armed Forces have announced a new form of collaboration on IT security through the establishment of a Centre for Cyber Defence and...

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  • Visit record for the EECS school during Järva Week

    Published Jun 19, 2019

    With nearly 53,000 visitors, the politician week in Järva hit a new visitor record, and for the second year in a row the School of Electrical Engineer...

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  • A positive side effect of cache monitoring – doing good rather than evil

    Published Jun 19, 2019

    As billions of internet users demand immediate, reliable access to high-resolution video and social media content through cloud-based apps, how do you...

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  • Meet our future engineers at Järva

    Published Jun 05, 2019

    Like last year, the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science will attend political week in Järva. On June 14-16, we will be at their edu...

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  • Digital contraceptives

    Published Jun 03, 2019

    New digital contraceptives have aroused great excitement, from the approval in Europe and the United States, the resurrection in Sweden when several u...

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  • Spotlight on Research

    Published May 24, 2019

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings and results are being published in academic journals? Under the heading Spotlight on Res...

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  • Security and privacy research takes over KTH

    Published May 22, 2019

    Smart and connected. That is how many would describe the sustainable society of the future. But if the vision is to become reality, system security an...

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  • A long-standing research center in a fast moving field

    Published May 22, 2019

    Thirteen years is a long time – especially in rapidly changing areas like communications, networking, control systems and computer science. ACCESS has...

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  • Economic downturn made him a successful inventor

    Published May 13, 2019

    He graduated from KTH not long after the dot.com bubble burst in 2000 and it was “impossible to get a permanent job”. “I had no intention of becoming...

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  • Air sensors for everyone, everywhere

    Published Apr 11, 2019

    Air sensors for everyone, everywhere – Launch of the EU project ULISSES for the development of a new Mobile Gas Sensing Technology aiming at distribut...

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  • Spotlight on Research

    Published Mar 28, 2019

    Who has received funding for new research? What findings and results are being published in academic journals? Under the heading Spotlight on Research...

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  • Five research projects that will change the future industry

    Published Mar 21, 2019

    The Royal Academy of Engineering (IVA) has listed the top 100 Swedish research projects with potential to make substantial contributions to industry a...

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  • High QS placements for electrical engineering and computer science at KTH

    Published Mar 13, 2019

    KTH scored record numbers at the QS University Ranking by subject 2019, the highest placement being in electrical engineering (19) but also in compute...

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  • Register for the Energy Platform's internal kick-off seminar 2019

    Published Mar 08, 2019

    Welcome to an open seminar for KTH's researchers working in the field on Energy.

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