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  • Frustration over parking fines led to action

    A frustration with parking fines led to the development of a parking app that can read signs and help avoid fines. Now KTH students Maximillian Claesson, Industrial Engineering and Management, and Zakarias Hedefalk, Computer Science, are aiming for European markets.

  • Researchers found leak in cryptographic algorithm

    New and better methods are needed to protect sensitive data from hackers. This is the conclusion KTH researchers made when they managed to break an implementation of CRYSTALS-Kyber, a post quantum cryptography algorithm considered resistant to quantum computer attacks.

  • Studying traffic flows in Kista to reduce emissions

    To better understand emissions from traffic, researchers will use big data and AI to study traffic flows in Kista. The hope is to create transport solutions that generate lower emissions and reduce the climate footprint.

  • Award winning algorithm research

    Jan van den Brand is the winner of the 2021 EATCS Distinguished Dissertation Award. Read about his algorithm research, the news in this field and which problems he would like to solve in the future

  • MSc Machine Learning

    Machine Learning develops algorithms to find patterns or make predictions from empirical data and this master’s programme will teach you to master these skills. Machine Learning is increasingly used by many professions and industries such as manufacturing, retail, medicine, finance, robotics, telecommunications and social media. Graduates from the programme will be experts in the field, qualified for exciting careers in industry or doctoral studies.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020