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  • Live-Virtual-Constructive

    The projects is vision is to connect Live-aircraft, Virtual manned aircraft simulators and Artificial/Constructive elements into everyday training of fast jet-fighter pilots.

  • Planning with Youth

    Planning with youth: a tool and a framework for an engaging, meaningful and forward-looking participation of youngsters in shaping attractive and sustainable living environments

  • SonicFunc: sound design methods for the digital society

    Investigating sound function, aesthetics and interaction in media production to create effective sonic interaction design for everyday life.

  • Oral Music Theory

    Music theoretical tools for performance expression within folk music.

  • Ethical Implications of Music Computing

    Our project focuses on such ethical issues in the context of music computing, in particular which issues may arise from the use of artificial intelligence when we apply it, for instance, to automatic music composition, recommendation, production, or copyright control.

  • The Study of Folk Dance Traditions

    The study of folk dance traditions: connecting ethnography and computational analysis.

  • Listening Across Disciplines II

    Listening Across Disciplines II (LxDII) is a research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). It systematically investigates the potential of listening as a legitimate and reliable methodology for research across the arts and humanities, science, social science and technology.

  • Interaction Strategies in Improvised Jazz Duos

    Jazz improvisation as a subject concerns a vast area where some of the fields are based on defined musical language skills in combination with communicative skills. A personal expression has always been and will always be the basis for artistic representation.


    Period: 2021-2024 PI: Patric Jensfelt, John Folkesson and Jana Tumova Coordinator: Scania

  • Increasing the Efficiency in the Creation of Procedural Audio Models for Video Games

    The use of procedural audio in video games presents several benefits, especially in highly interactive environments like in VR, where haptics controllers are commonly used.

  • Historically Informed Sound Synthesis

    Researching and re-enacting historical sound synthesis instruments from the history of electronic music in Sweden during the 1960's and 70's

  • SCORe: Using Sonification to COmmunicate public health Risks

    Can we effectively communicate the risks of excessive alcohol consumption, to improve young people's health, though interactive media?

  • Spv: Derek Holzer

  • Sound for Energy

    Sound for Energy - Sonic Interaction Design to Support Energy Efficiency Behaviour in the Household

  • Projects in Sound and Music Computing

  • Digital Women's Health

    Digital Women’s Health is a research group bringing positive change to the design and research of digital technologies for women’s bodily transitions.

  • Sustainable Urban Play Environments

    A large challenge today is to ensure that children have possibilities to be physically active outdoors.

  • Digital and Physical Play Environments

    The focus in this project is children ́s play, that is one of the most important tools for them to understand the world.

  • Woody the Haptic Toolkit

  • Haptics and Sonification

  • Soma Bits

    The Soma Bits are a prototyping toolkit that facilitates Soma Design. Acting as an accessible ‘sociodigital material’ Soma Bits allow designers to pair digital technologies, with their whole body and senses, as part of an iterative soma design process.

  • AffecTech

    Personal Technologies For Affective Health

  • Projects in Interaction Design

  • VR-CBT using 360-film

    In this project we explore and study how we can create more efficient and available CBT treatment of Agoraphobia using 360-films as a replacement for in vivo exposure therapy.

  • Co-watched 360-films for Increased Wellbeing in Elderly Care

    In this project we collaborate with Film Stockholm and Norrtälje municipality with the goal to increase quality of life and wellbeing in elderly care through co-watching of 360-films.

  • Menarche Bits

    Making space for menarche experiences in sports.

  • Engineering the Interconnected Society

    Interconnected Society: Designing future interactions between humans and autonomous agents

  • Smart Implicit Interaction

    The “Internet of things” offers much potential in terms of automating and hiding much of the tedium of our everyday lives. It is predicted to revolutionise logistics, transportation, electricity consumption in our homes, connectivity - even the management of homes.

  • Designing Energy-Sensitive Interactions

    In this project we look into how design can support electric vehicle drivers in managing and understanding energy consumption

  • BRFEnergi

    I det här projektet tittar vi på hur sociala mekanismer kan leda till minska energiförbrukning i bostadsrättsföreningar.

  • Bringing Laughter to VR

    In this project we explore if laughter is contagious through 360-films.

  • Projects in Media Lab

  • Fictitious Soundscapes

    Fictitious Soundscapes: Preferences for urban sound environments of the future among hearing impaired

  • Sweet-sounding Shop Goods

    A general and applicable method for an improved working environment and fewer thefts in retail.

  • Sonification of Goods in Stores

    A pilot study on theft prevention in retail through sound and music. The project is a collaboration between KTH, Institute of Retail Economics, Soundmark and Lidbo Music.

  • Nordic SMC

    The Nordic Sound and Music Computing Network (NordicSMC) brings together a group of internationally leading sound and music computing researchers from all five Nordic countries, from Aalborg University (AAU), Aalto University (AALTO), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), University of Iceland (UoI), and University of Oslo (UiO).

  • SoundClothes

    Expressive sound-based monitoring of body motion through everyday clothes.

  • Adaptive Music Production

    Design research aimed at finding and evaluating technical solutions that contribute to usability and musical variety in adaptive music.

  • Volvo Sound Studio

    The Volvo Sound Studio is a collaboration between Volvo and KTH, Konstfack and University West. An interface for sound design have been presented at the major world car expos.

  • ESAIM - Självständiga Arbeten Som Exjobb

    KMH och KTH har fått medel från Vinnova för att utveckla exjobb med musik- och ljudinriktning inom utbildningar i musik och teknik. Projektet kallas ESIAM – etablering av självständiga arbeten som exjobb inom musik och teknik. 

  • Active Listening with the Music Puzzle

    The Music Puzzle is a game where the aim is to reconstruct a music performance from small segments that are shifted in pitch and filtered. The game targets hearing impaired persons in order to train listening skills.

  • Spv: Roberto Bresin

  • HabitWise

    HabitWise - Creating Sustainable Everyday Habits


    Decreased CO2-emissions in flight-intensive organisations: from data to practice.


    Smart storage solutions in the fridge of the future to reduce food waste.


    Designing digital technologies for supporting energy-related behavior change in the kitchen.

  • Homo Colossus

    From Homo Sapiens to Homo Colossus: Visualising our energy footprint

  • Event Horizon

    Beyond the event horizon: tools to explore local energy transformations

  • Food Review

    A systematic review of the scientific literature on digital interventions for more sustainable food consumption behaviour.

  • Digital Stewardship

    Digital Stewardship: Infrastructuring Waste Management Through Digital Platforms This project will study, design and develop the integration of digital platforms and sensor technologies to support people to collectively act to care for the environment. We call this collective work ‘Digital Stewardship’.

  • Quality Development Using Text Analysis Tools on Course Reflections

    In this project we will investigate how student course reflections can be analysed automatically or semi-automatically, using sentiment analysis and text analysis tools in order to both detect problems in courses, for driving quality development, and to evaluate if students’ perceptions of courses change when courses are modified.

  • Transparent algorithms in insurance (TALFÖR)

    Decisions taken by machines can increase productivity and competitiveness as well as compensate for flaws in human decision-making. However, they also bring about some new and challenging problems. Creating more transparent algorithms is not only an interesting research area, but also a necessity to take full advantage of digitization.

  • Light and Dark Rhythms

    Light and Dark Rhythms - Daylight and Artificial Light Qualities for the Design of Future Spaces

  • Spv: Adrian Latupeirissa

  • Projects

  • The Harmony of Noise

    The project concerns developing a notation system for pitch-based, sound-based and spatialized music in an attempt to bridge the gap between acoustic and electronic music, also working towards the possibility of a holistic system for algorithmic composition based on music representation.

  • Data Driven Learning

    By using Learning Analytics on e.g. click and log data from real courses we can statistically determine the impact of various methods, designs and strategies, such as Mindset and Self-Regulated Learning.

  • CoDeAc

    Co-design of e-health services accessible to users with disabilities

  • The Radio Sound Studio

    Developing novel digital sound design tools through the modelling of historical sound effects.

  • OneLearns - Online Education for Leaders in Nutrition and Sustainability

    The overall aim of OneLearns is to increase awareness of the potential of online education and use it to increase digital health literacy and promote the global sustainability goals. We are targeting government officials and actors in the civil society organisations (such as NGOs) in Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Kenya who hold a position with a mandate to bring about change.

  • Sound Forest

    Sound Forest is a collaborative research project carried out between Sound and Music Computing at KTH and the Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet) in Stockholm.


    Robust Non-Verbal Expression in Virtual Agents and Humanoid Robots: New Methods for Augmenting Stylized Gestures with Sound

  • Spv: Olof Misgeld

  • Spv: Torbjörn Gulz

  • Haptic Group Work Tools

  • Haptics in Clinical Settings

  • Available Thesis Project

    In Sound and Music Computing a large number of possibilities exist for students to do their thesis work

  • Precious Keys

  • Projects in TEL

  • Designing the sound of the future

    Designing the sound of the future informed by the sound of the present: a new method for the sound design of everyday scenarios inspired by combining methods in documentary filmmaking and sound computing