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  • Awarded by Google for his research on cyber security

    Musard Balliu, Associate Professor at The Division of Theoretical Computer Science
    Published Jun 14, 2022

    "Our research outcome has the potential to impact millions of users by discovering security vulnerabilities in real-world applications." Musard Balliu has been awarded by the Google Research Schola...

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  • "Double-layer geodesic and gradient-index lenses"

    Anechoic Chamber
    Published Jun 02, 2022

    We met up with Professor Oscar Quevedo-Teruel and Dr Qiao Chen to congratulate their recent work,"Double-layer geodesic and gradient-index lenses" recently published in Nature Communications.

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  • Research on transitioning to renewable energy sources wins SER Junior Prize

    Stefan Stankovic
    Published May 31, 2022

    Analysing the challenges in the transition from conventional to renewable energy sources gave Stefan Stankovic, a doctoral student at KTH, the SER Junior Prize.

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  • He helps students grow

    Portrait of Mark Smith
    Mark Smith spends weekdays and weekends at Kista Mentorspace. (Photo: Marc Femenia)
    Published May 05, 2022

    At Kista Mentorspace there are only two rules: if you do not know, you must ask and if you do know, you must teach. The philosophy comes from Silicon Valley, the tech and innovation hub on the West Co...

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  • Meet the winner of SEB Tech Talent of the year 2022 – Celine Helgesson Hallström

    Nalen: Celine Helgesson Hallström
    Published May 04, 2022

    Curiosity, motivation and a broad mix of subjects gave Celine Helgesson Hallström, student in the master’s programme in Machine Learning, the SEB’s award for Tech Talent of the year 2022.

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  • They won in competition with NASA

    Oskar Zetterström and Pilar Castillo-Tapia, the Division of Electromagnetic Engineering
    Published Apr 26, 2022

    We have talked to Oskar Zetterström and Pilar Castillo-Tapia, authors of the winning paper at the EuCAP 2022, Europe’s flagship conference on antennas and propagation. Their paper had tough competitio...

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  • GeneDisco Challenge

    test tubes
    Published Apr 06, 2022

    We talked to Stefan Bauer who is organising a Machine Learning for Drug Discovery Workshop and GeneDisco Challenge, Friday 29 April.

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  • Can the brain keeps useful information while ignoring unuseful noise

    Extreme close-up of neurons in the human brain
    Published Mar 22, 2022

    Imagine you're in a stadium reporting on a game. It's a loud environment which you don't want to transmit. But when you're interviewing a player, then you do want to transmit. Wouldn't it be great if ...

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  • Satellite data shows ‘shocking’ way Earth's magnetic field produces plasma jets

    An aurora visible over Uppsala Sweden.
    An aurora appears over Uppsala, Sweden, in late January, 2022. Such phenomena can be enhanced by the plasma jets formed at Earth's bow shock. (Photo: Kjell Carli)
    Published Feb 02, 2022

    Even though Earth’s magnetic field shields us from solar wind and space weather—it doesn’t always offer complete protection. Researchers have discovered a new mechanism in Earth’s space environment th...

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  • Project from EECS increases road safety

    Dilian Gurov, Associate Professor in Computer Science
    Published Jan 25, 2022

    We talked to Dilian Gurov about his Vinnova funded project "AVerT2: Automated Verification and Testing" – a collaboration between KTH and Scania – which will help increase road safety. Read more about...

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  • Research on generating a faster iteration and a more personal voice for digital assistants

    Shivam Metha
    Published Jan 24, 2022

    Shivam Mehta, doctoral student at the Division of Speech, Music and Hearing, congratulations on winning the Poster exhibition at the EECS Winter Conference.

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  • “Healthcare and welfare services should be accessible to everyone”

    Portrait Rustam Nabiev
    “It is unacceptable that healthcare personnel in Uganda have to spend 16 minutes of their valuable time with each child that is to be vaccinated on administration, instead of teaching the parents about diet and how to care for the child instead. Our technology reduces this administration time to 4 minutes,” Nabiev says.
    Published Dec 16, 2021

    Rustam Nabiev, the recipient of the KTH Innovation Award for 2021, grew up in the shadow of civil war in Tajikistan. When he was 12-years old, he supported his family by collecting PET bottles. Today...

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  • Newsmakers at KTH

    Published Dec 14, 2021

    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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  • Hardcore hardware platform for experiments

    Cyrille Artho, Associate Professor at The Division of Theoretical Computer Science
    Published Dec 13, 2021

    We talked to Cyrille Artho, who has started up the Croaker Server, about 32 times as powerful as a high-end laptop: "At this point, we need an actual platform we can use to unleash our tools on differ...

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  • Early career award to Jana Tumova

    Jana Tumova, Associate Professor at The Division of Robotics, Perception and Learning (RPL)
    Published Dec 07, 2021

    We talked to Jana Tumova, who won the RSS early career award which acknowledges the outstanding accomplishments and exceptional potential of early-career researchers in robotics. Congratulations, Jana...

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  • Wearable textile robotic muscles help singers with their breathing technique

    A model wearing a knitted upper body garment with robotic features.
    A knitted upper body garment with robotic properties that can be used to teach Vocal Studies students to breathe properly. Picture: Özgun Kilic Afsar.
    Published Nov 30, 2021

    Equipment for astronauts that enables them to sense objects they touch in space. Or an underclothing garment that helps Vocal Studies students to breathe correctly or to help in the recovery of patien...

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  • Project from EECS gets funding from Vinnova

    Ingo Sander from The Division of Electronics and Embedded Systems
    Published Nov 29, 2021

    The project Early Bird, where the KTH activities are led by Ingo Sander, Professor in Electronic Systems Design, receives funding from Vinnova. We have spoken to Ingo about what this will mean for the...

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  • Focus on transport during Spanish royal visit

    An man holding a remote console in his hands in front of a screen.
    King Felipe VI of Spain testing remote driving at Intergrated TRansport Research Lab.
    Published Nov 25, 2021

    The kings of Sweden and Spain were given a taste of KTH research into sustainable transport of the future during a visit to KTH and its Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL). “The visit can be v...

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  • Congratulations Dejan Kostić!

    Professor Dejan Kostić from The Division of Software and Computer Systems (SCS)
    Published Nov 22, 2021

    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.

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  • Failing robot led to Best paper-nomination

    Published Nov 16, 2021

    Hello, Dimosthenis Kontogiorgos, congratulations to having your paper nominated for the Best Paper Award at ICMI 2021!

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