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  • 500 000 articles on ethical hacking analysed 

    Published Jun 22, 2023

    More investment in cybersecurity is needed. This is the conclusion after analysing 500,000 articles on academic databases on ethical hacking. 

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  • Fast communication with spintronics is possible, models show

    Published Jun 20, 2023

    One step closer to better and faster communication in 5G and 6G has been taken. Ericsson and KTH will now evaluate the technology for two years, and the hope is to get closer to a prototype that can b...

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  • Students design computer games in class

    Published Jun 13, 2023

    Do you want to learn how to develop your own computer game? Or are you curious about what the market strategy looks like in the computer game industry? Maybe you'd rather create graphics? Then this co...

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  • Interactive show between humans and drones

    Published Jun 12, 2023

    The interaction between humans and drones was studied in the Reaktor Hall at KTH for two days.

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  • Researchers unlock the secret to the brain's working memory

    Person playing cards
    Photo: Andrik Langfield, Unsplash
    Published Jun 12, 2023

    New insights from brain science can lead to the development of artificial intelligence possessing cognitive abilities similar to humans.

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  • Top three courses at KTH – and what makes them popular

    Smiling woman looking down at her laptop
    Published May 31, 2023

    The application period for the fall semester of 2023 is closed. KTH's most popular freestanding courses within lifelong learning handle the hot topics of Python programming, ethical hacking and cybers...

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  • New technique boosts accuracy and efficiency in probabilistic programming

    KTH researchers have developed a new technique applied in probabilistic programming languages. The t
    KTH researchers have developed a new technique applied in probabilistic programming languages. The technique which will be critical when determining how often species evolve into new species and how often species go extinct. Photo: Kyaw Tun/Unsplash
    Published May 29, 2023

    Programming can be a time-consuming and error-prone task. KTH researchers propose an automated technique that relieves developers of manual processes.

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  • KTH researchers developing new approaches to robotics

    Views of the open-source CloudGripper robot
    Camera views of the open source CloudGripper robots developed by the group. The open source project is planned to be launched publicly at IEEE IROS in Detroit and online at http://cloudgripper.org later this year.
    Published May 11, 2023

    Robotics has the potential to unlock large benefits for society, but new applications, such as assistive robotics functions in healthcare require fundamental breakthroughs in how robots reason and int...

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  • New clothing design mimics muscles used when singing

    A female opera singer stands in front of a group of six people dressed with the Corsetto garment.
    researchers teamed up with a professional opera singer to develop a mediating technology that would allow audience members to feel the muscular movements, tensions and engagements when singing. Photo: Ozgun Kilic Afsar
    Published May 02, 2023

    Researchers develop garment that can emulate what it feels like when someone is singing, breaking new ground in making performing arts more interactive and immersive.

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  • Frustration over parking fines led to action

    Published Apr 25, 2023

    A frustration with parking fines led to the development of a parking app that can read signs and help avoid fines. Now KTH students Maximillian Claesson, Industrial Engineering and Management, and Zak...

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  • AI to help Stockholmers with their energy use

    Inner courtyard in Norra Djurgårdsstaden, Stockholm. Photo: City of Stockholm
    Inner courtyard in Norra Djurgårdsstaden, Stockholm. Photo: City of Stockholm
    Published Apr 25, 2023

    New technology to be developed by KTH can help residents and property owners becoming more climate smart.

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  • Researchers found leak in cryptographic algorithm

    Joel Gärtner and Kalle Ngo
    Joel Gärtner and Kalle Ngo
    Published Apr 18, 2023

    New and better methods are needed to protect sensitive data from hackers. This is the conclusion KTH researchers made when they managed to break an implementation of CRYSTALS-Kyber, a post quantum cry...

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  • KTH-based technology makes offshore wind power more accessible

    Scibreak HVDC breaker
    Published Apr 13, 2023

    Scibreak, a small startup company originating from the labs of KTH, has developed technology that can build a robust and reliable offshore power grid. This has caught the attention of industry giant M...

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  • Using AI and visualisation to create knowledge insights

    Published Apr 11, 2023

    How can AI be used as a tool to train new brain surgeons? And can operating theatres become more sterile with the help of visualisation? Mario Romero’s research is multi-faceted and often surprising.

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  • Emerging digital platforms force waste management rethink

    Photo: Erik Ottoson Trovalla / Nordiska museet
    Published Mar 22, 2023

    Crowd-sourced waste disposal services push the legal and ethical boundaries on who should take care of our waste.

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  • Prize-winning research will develop the energy markets of the future

    Published Mar 20, 2023

    Maximising social welfare and further integrating renewable energy sources into the energy system. This is the potential of two capacity calculation methods primarily focusing on facilitating the cros...

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  • New tool reduces static Java code violations

    Photo: Markus Spiske, Unsplash
    Published Mar 15, 2023

    SORALD fixes rule violations raised by SonarQube, one of the most popular static code analysers used by developers.

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  • Four codes that can change the future of energy use and cancer treatments

    New machines for cancer treatment could result from the new center. Photo: Wikimedia
    Published Mar 14, 2023

    Over the next four years, researchers at KTH will optimize four codes that can have significant impact on global energy use and the treatment of cancer patients. But competition is fierce between rese...

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  • Swedish Microwave Days offers unique possibilities

    Photo of Oskar Zetterströ, Oscar Quevedo Teruel and Pilar Castillo Tapia
    Published Mar 08, 2023

    The Swedish Microwave Days will be an excellent opportunity for anyone interested to learn more about the latest developments in microwave, millimeter wave, THz or antenna technology. Professor Oscar ...

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  • Improved wireless communication can boost launch of autonomous vehicles

    vehicular wireless communication
    Published Mar 06, 2023

    Collaboration with Princeton University merges machine learning with cellular networks, making cars safer and more energy efficient. Together with experts in machine learning and wireless communicatio...

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