Making robots rethink

Imagine an industrial setting. A team of robots has the task of transporting boxes from one place to another but (!) a truck has mistakenly put a huge delivery in front of them, an error that would cause the system to halt and require human intervention. But this could soon be about to change, if Dimos Dimarogonas gets his way.

Research top three at Sweden Impact Award

Rajeev Thottappillil’s, Mats Bäckström's and Daniel Månsson’s research on defending critical infrastructure was selected as top three in the category of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

SYSID: Call for papers

KTH is arranging the IFAC Symposium on System Identification (SYSID) in 2018, and the paper submission has now opened. Prospective authors, organizers of invited sessions, and people interested in making presentation demonstrating software, are invited to submit contributions.


Electrical Engineering, where the future lies

KTH conducts world-leading research in electrical engineering. Meet Anna Herland, Lennart Söder and Joakim Jaldén, three researchers making contributions to the future society within healthcare, digital systems and renewable energy.


KTH advances on the Shanghai ranking

This year KTH received several high placements on the ShanghaiRanking (ARWU), and at the very top we find Automation and Control ranked as 12th in the world.


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KTH Tech Talks

Cyber crime costs industries hundreds of billions of dollars a year. In the 17th episode of KTH Tech Talks Robert Lagerström talks about his startup Foreseeti, a new player in this area, and their product securiCAD.

KTH Tech Talks

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