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a close-up look at t chip that emits single protons at a time
A close-up look at the integrated chip that emits photons. (Image::courtesy of Ali Elshaari)

New light emitters developed for quantum circuits

The promise of a quantum internet depends on the complexities of harnessing light to transmit quantum information over fiber optic networks. A potenti...

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Images of transparent wood from different stages of the research.
The latest version of transparent wood developed at KTH is more translucent, and it is made with renewable polymer. (Photo: Céline Montanari)

Citrus derivative makes transparent wood 100 percent renewable

Five years after introducing see-through wood building material, researchers in Sweden have taken it to another level. They found a way to make their ...

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Person resting in light from window blinds
With the aid of mathematics, the researchers hope to find connections between HMGB-1 and the development of symptoms such as POTS in long Covid-19 patients.

Researchers use maths to find keys to long Covid

Researchers from KTH and the Karolinska Institute at the MedTechLabs Centre for Medical Technology Research now aim to determine why certain people wi...

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Most recent publications

M. H. Mamduhi et al., "A Cross-Layer Optimal Co-Design of Control and Networking in Time-Sensitive Cyber-Physical Systems," IEEE Control Systems Letters, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 917-922, 2021.
Full list in the KTH publications portal