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“I’d need two lives to fit everything in”

She left Naples in 1999 to join KTH to do research with multimodal communication as her speciality. Today, she has her base, family and career in Swed...

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Close up of the CO2 sensor on a chip developed by KTH researchers. (Photo: Hans Sohlström)

Air quality sensor for wearables is successfully tested

Carbon dioxide isn’t just a threat to the planet, it can also reduce your mental capacity. So researchers have taken a first step toward creating inex...

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The climate impact of high altitude emissions can be significantly reduced by changing flight routes. (Photo: Unsplash)

Tougher actions imperative to reduce aviation emissions

Carbon offsets, emission allowances and environment taxes – these current instruments are not enough to reduce airline climate emissions. A broad mix ...

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Latest publications

[1]
P. Pabon and S. Ternström, "Feature maps of the acoustic spectrum of the voice," Journal of Voice, vol. 34, no. 1, pp. 161.e1-161.e26, 2020.
[2]
G. Perricone et al., "A proposed driving cycle for brake emissions investigation for test stand," Proceedings of the Institution of mechanical engineers. Part D, journal of automobile engineering, vol. 234, no. 1, pp. 122-135, 2020.
[3]
M. I. Hossain, A. Azari and J. Zander, "Collision Multiplicity Detection: Challenges, Solutions, and Impacts on Cellular Random Access," in IEEE VTC-Spring, 2020.
Full list in the KTH publications portal