The future lies in Kista – meet KTH during Järvaveckan

Published Jun 04, 2018

June 9th to 13th: Get inspired by students, researchers and staff from the School of Engineering and Computer Science attending the Political Week in Järva.

Sustainability and gender equality are some of KTH's priority areas and that is why the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is participating in Järva's Political Week. The aim is to create a dialogue about future opportunities and to inspire young people to choose a technical career.

“It is of extra importance to be present in the Kista area. Here lies not only the future in ICT education, but also one of Europe's largest ICT clusters”, says Jens Zander, Head of School.

“Participating in Järva's Political Week gives us the chance to spread knowledge about KTH and to inspire. But it is primarily a great opportunity for dialogue and new knowledge”, Zander comments.

KTH joins panel about school and education 

On Wednesday June 13th you are also welcome to listen to Ann Lantz, Deputy Head of School and Director of First and Second Cycle Education. At 5 pm she will be joining the industry panel speaking about school and education.

Hope to see you in Järva!


Saturday, June 9th Build your own robot together with Inicio.
Sunday, June 10th Build your own robot together with Inicio
Monday, June 11th Student showcase and Furhat, a robot with character and personality.
Tuesday, June 12th  Meet Furhat, a robot with character and personality.
Wednesday, June13th Build your own robot together with Inicio, Winner of the photo contest #MinaKvarter  is announced. The jury consists of student counselors from KTH, Karolinska institutet and the Stockholm University.
At 5 pm Industry panel about school and education: Participant from KTH, Ann Lantz, Deputy Head of School and Director of First and Second Cycle Education.

Students are always present in our tent looking forward to answering your questions.

About Järva's Political Week in Spånga

Järva's Political Week is organized by the non-profit organization Global Village and aims at reducing the distance between people and elected people. Every day a party leader will speak on the big scene, just like in Almedalen, and each day has its own theme. 180 organizations and companies are attending the event which taked place at the Spånga sports ground.

Read more about Järva's Political Week

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