Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science performs research on the fundamental and applied level and solves societal challenges. The research is performed with scientific excellence and often in partnership with society
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science conducts world-leading research within its field. Our research contributes to future solutions in theoretical computer science, applied computer science, robotics, medical science, nanoelectronics, smart grids, intelligent transport systems, secure infrastructure, computer systems, photonics, computational biology, media technology, and interaction design, as well as speech and musical communication.
KTH’s research within electrical engineering and computer science is internationally prominent and reaches high rankings within its field. It is the combination of different approaches and methods and a thorough knowledge of the core subject that makes it possible for us to lead the way in our field.
For further information, visit the school's website: Research at the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Our research is conducted at 16 divisions, each dedicated to a certain area and divided into four departments. Together they cover all aspects of the fields of electrical engineering and computer science.
- Communication systems
- Computational science and technology
- Decision and control systems
- Electric power and energy systems
- Electronics and embedded systems
- Information science and engineering
- Media technology and interaction design
- Micro and nanosystems
- Network and systems engineering
- Robotics, perception, and learning
- Software and computer system
- Space and plasma physics
- Speech, music and hearing
- Theoretical computer science
There are several research centres connected to the school.