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  • Professor Lina Bertling Tjernberg, appointed coordinator for lifelong learning

    Published Jan 27, 2021

    Sweden's universities have received an increased mandate from the Government for Lifelong Learning. EECS's Head of school has appointed Professor Lina Bertling Tjernberg to this important role.

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  • Congratulations Amir Payberah!

    Published Jan 27, 2021

    Amir H. Payberah, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Division of Software and Computer Systems, have together with former master student Andrea Nardelli and Professor Vladimir Vlassov, rec...

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  • ICT studies led to engineering job in online financial services

    Portrait picture of Louis Cameron Booth.
    Louis Cameron Booth studied the International bachelor´s programme Information and Communication Technology at KTH. He is now a software developer at Klarna.
    Published Jan 25, 2021

    Four years ago he moved from London to Stockholm to study for a bachelor´s degree in Information and Communication Technology at KTH. Louis Cameron Booth now works as a software engineer at global pay...

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  • Dora inspires girls to learn to code

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    Dora Palfi is CEO of start-up Imagilabs that wants more girls to become interested in coding.
    Published Jan 14, 2021

    Four years ago, Dora Palfi was reunited with her Romanian friend Beatrice Ionascu at KTH, whom she had got to know when they were both undergraduates in Abu Dhabi. That became the launch pad for their...

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  • Congratulations, Jan Van Den Brand!

    Published Jan 13, 2021

    We met up with Jan Van Den Brand, Doctoral Student at the Division of Theoretical Computer Science, who has been rewarded the Google PhD Fellowship 2020, and talked about what the fellowship will mean...

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  • What will happen when art and music are increasingly created by AI?

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    The portrait painting “Edmond de Belamy” is seen as a breakthrough for AI created art (image is cropped). (Photo: Obvious)
    Published Dec 21, 2020

    Our computers are taking over a larger part of the creative effort that goes into creating art, articles and music. This brings with it a number of new challenges and also poses ethical, financial, cu...

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  • Collaboration behind unique AI-program

    AI and machinelearning is focus in an unique contract education that KTH and Ericsson developped together. (Photo: Istock)
    Published Dec 21, 2020

    KTH has joined forces with Ericsson to develop a unique contract education program within Machine Learning and AI. Right now, 30 Ericsson engineers around the world are reading the course.

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  • Newsmakers at KTH

    Published Dec 21, 2020

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings, results and researchers have attracted attention outside KTH? Under the vignette Newsmakers, we provide a selection of the latest news an...

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  • Newsmakers at KTH

    Published Nov 20, 2020

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings, results and researchers have attracted attention outside KTH? Under the vignette Newsmakers, we provide a selection of the latest news an...

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  • 'I never imagined working in the music industry'

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    Nitin Kulkarni using a guitar to demonstrate an audio processor during his master's thesis presentation. (Photo: Sharan Yagneswar)
    Published Nov 16, 2020

    For two master's students, the Embedded Systems programme at KTH opened up some unexpected doors.

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  • Lightning fast implementation of alumnus´master´s thesis about smart charging of electric vehicles

    Jacob Dalton is sitting at his office in front of his computer, giving a thumb´s up.
    Jacob Dalton wrote a master´s thesis on smart charging of electric vehicles. The solution has been implemented by the electricity company Tibber, where he´s now employed. Photo: Tibber
    Published Sep 01, 2020

    Two years ago Jacob Dalton completed a master´s thesis proposing how household charging of electric vehicles can be used to stabilize the power grid. Now the KTH graduate’s idea has been introduced as...

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  • A new material takes shape – all by itself

    Produce packaging could be one of the first areas where research scientists’ Robotic Matter is used.
    Published Jun 24, 2020

    Remember the T-1000 robot from Terminator 2? It could change form into anything at all, including a human being. The microrobots in the animated feature, Big Hero 6, offer another example of matter th...

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  • Newsmakers at KTH

    Published Jun 15, 2020

    Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings, results and researchers have attracted attention outside KTH? Under the vignette Newsmakers, we provide a selection of the latest news an...

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  • How the brain’s connections change according to age

    Changes in the entire brain (left) and hippocampus (middle) are evident in these images shot during the course of a mouse's life. Green shows the protein PSD95 and cyan is the protein SAP102.
    Published Jun 15, 2020

    Why do children think and behave differently from adults? Why do we become forgetful in old age? Researchers have shown for the first time how the connections between the brain’s nerve cells, the s...

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  • EECS students won the SAIS Best AI Master's Thesis Award 2020

    Published Jun 07, 2020

    Two students at the Division of Speech, Music and Hearing, Elias Lousseief and Ulme Wennberg, have been awarded with the Swedish AI Society Best AI Master's Thesis 2020. Elias' thesis is entitled ...

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  • SciBreak develops superfast circuit breakers for the the railway network

    Published May 27, 2020

     SCiBreak, a start-up with roots in Electric Power and Energy Systems at KTH, has been featured in the magazine Ny Teknik. The article focuses on the fast circuit breakers SCiBreak developed for the r...

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  • Visors, sanitizer and fruit donated to healthcare facilities

    Stefan Sundström, caretaker at KTH, unloads chemicals with Tamara Church, a chemistry researcher at Stockholm University.
    Published Apr 07, 2020

    In the midst of the corona virus outbreak, KTH employees are contributing hand sanitizer, protective visors and fruit deliveries to healthcare personnel in Stockholm and a special aid organization has...

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  • KTH researcher awarded large EU grant

    Danica Kragic Jensfelt, Professor of Computer Science, Photo: Håkan Lindgren.
    Published Apr 06, 2020

    It is now clear that Danica Kragic Jensfelt, Professor of Computer Science, is a recipient of the prestigious research grant, the ERC Advanced Grant. This means that she will receive the equivalent of...

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  • Lighter electric cars and aircraft possible with nano-scale electrical relay

    The new relay requires only a tenth of the energy to work, compared with transistors.
    Published Apr 03, 2020

    A KTH research group has developed a nano-scale electromechanical relay that could be used to reduce the weight of electronics in electric cars or even aircraft.

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  • Using ordinary tape, researchers make chip that could speed up drug development

    A chili pepper did what it was expected to do – namely, cause irritation – when tested with the chip-based model of a human gut. The "barrier-on-a-chip" was assembled at low cost with ordinary double-sided tape.
    Published Mar 24, 2020

    With ordinary double-sided tape, a team at KTH assembled a chip-based model of a human gut, and then fed it chili peppers to prove it works. The technique could dramatically lower cost barriers for la...

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