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A flexible piece of film, colored black by thermoelectric ink coating, is held between fingers.
A piece of film is coated in thermoelectric ink.

Ink coating could enable devices powered by heat

Researchers at KTH report that they are closing in on a way to replace batteries for wearables and low-power applications in the internet of things (IoT). The answer lies in an ink coating that enable...

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A test model of a recreational boat is performed by a person in a marine environment.
Ivan Stenius gooses the throttle to bring the Foilcart test boat up to a speed of ten knots so that it can hydroplane, commencing ‘take-off’.

Boats that fly like the wind

Silent zero-emission vessels that swiftly float past the cobs and skerries – is this the future of coastal and open-water boating? We paid a visit to the KTH Värmdö field station, where researchers ar...

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DeV17, KTH race car with audience.
16 nations and more than 100 KTH students have jointly developed and built a new driverless racing car. Photo: Peter Ardell.

100 students behind advanced new racing car

Since 2004, students at KTH have built no fewer than 15 racing cars. And now, number 16 is here. A brand new driverless vehicle, designed and built from scratch, with electrical and four-wheel drive a...

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Recent publications

[1]
A. Fernández Schrunder, S. Rodriguez and A. Rusu, "A Finite Element Analysis and Circuit Modelling Methodology for Studying Electrical Impedance Myography of Human Limbs," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 244-255, 2022.
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K. Lindvalll and J. Scheffel, "2D continuous Chebyshev-Galerkin time-spectral method," Computer Physics Communications, vol. 271, pp. 108217-108217, 2022.
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S. Mravinacová et al., "A cell-free high throughput assay for assessment of SARS-CoV-2 neutralizing antibodies," New Biotechnology, vol. 66, pp. 46-52, 2022.
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T. Abbasiasl et al., "A Flexible Cystoscope Based on Hydrodynamic Cavitation for Tumor Tissue Ablation," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 69, no. 1, pp. 513-524, 2022.
Full list in the KTH publications portal