Research group receives 24 million grant

In February, the Swedish Research Council announced their decision regarding grants in Natural and Engineering Sciences. Four research groups from KTH received a total of 96 million SEK, and one of them is led by Håkan Hjalmarsson, professor in automatic control.

WASP searching for 17 industrial PhD students

KTH is one of five universities involved in WASP, Sweden's largest individual research program ever. WASP is currently searching for 17 new industrial PhD students to join the graduate school, dedicated to the area of autonomous systems and software. Deadline for applying is 31/3.

A new player in the field of cyber security

Cyber crime costs industries hundreds of billions of dollars a year. The startup company Foreseeti has a new solution to this problem, securiCAD. One of the founders is associate professor Robert Lagerström. Listen to him talk about Forseeti in the latest episode of KTH's podcast. 


The merge of technology and biology

We are happy to welcome assistant professor Anna Herland to the School of electrical engineering! Anna will conduct research within bioelectric hybrid systems, an area that combines two subjects that feel quite far apart – biology and electrical engineering.


Johansson named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

We congratulate Karl Henrik Johansson, director of the Strategic Research Area ICT The Next Generation and professor in networked control, who has been named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer by the IEEE Control Systems Society.


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KTH Tech Talks

Listen to KTH Tech Talks, a podcast that brings together scientists for a 20-minute conversation about their mututal field of research. In the fourth episode, Wouter van der Wijngaart from the department of Micro and nano systems, is one of two scientists featured. 

Listen to episodes of KTH Tech Talks

New docent

Daniel Månsson, Electromagnetic engineering
His docent lecture

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