Here are activities and events that are arranged or proposed by KTH Industrial Transformation Platform. You will also find documentation from previous activities and events.
Transformation Day 2022
Theme: The food industry transformation
At least a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions come from the food sector. Therefore, a thorough adjustment of production, processing and consumption of the food we eat is needed. Food companies and the public sector have a great need for knowledge and innovation to cope with the transition. At the KTH Transformation Day 2022, more than 140 people from academia and industry gathered to discuss their activities and needs, highlight research that is underway at KTH as well as provide examples of sustainable food production and sustainable business models.
Transformation Day 2021
Theme: The construction industry is changing - KTH Transformation Day 2021 on construction business
The construction business has traditionally not changed that much. However, new technology, sustainability and high values of real estate are currently driving the transformation of the sector. The KTH Transformation Day 2021, reflected the ongoing trends, and gave an outlook for the future built society with researchers, politicians and industry representatives discussing the business of today, and what needs to be done going forward in this important sector.
Transformation Day 2020
Theme: The pharmaceutical industry is changing for the climate and competitiveness.
KTH's Industrial Transformation platform arranged a half day with exciting input and presentations on how one of Sweden's most important industries faces the future - towards resource-efficient and circular production of today's and tomorrow's drugs.
Transformation Day 2019
The platforms for Industrial Transformation and Transport invited to a joint day focusing on transformation of the automotive industry and transport systems. How can KTH contribute to the industry's conversion of products, business models, production and methods regarding vehicles and infrastructure? At KTH, we want to create a common image for how we can focus our research and our commitment to offer key competence in the process of transition.