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  • Scania Circular Business: Scania’s journey towards the circular economy

    CE@KTH is delighted to invite you to attend the webinar “Scania Circular Business: Scania’s journey towards the circular economy” with Paulina Edblad Granholm, Senior Business Development Manager at Scania, Sweden. Paulina Edblad Granholm will share how Scania is approaching the circular economy transition (CET), including actions taken, progress, barriers faced and challenges ahead. She will touch upon how Scania is conciliating the CET with other mega-transitions in the transportation industry such as decarbonization, electrification, autonomous solutions and digitalization. Her mission is to connect the big picture to the everyday activities. As an example she will share the journey within Scania Parts & Service and especially the Parts packaging quest towards sustainability through circularity and digitalisation.

  • Transportation Research Lab gets a new partner

    Previously Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL), linked to KTH Machine Design, has embarked on a collaborative project with Scania regarding the future transport sector. Now another participant has decided to take part in this cooperation.

  • Professor Martin Törngren in SVT news show Gomorron Sverige

    Under the title "Självkörande bilar snart i en bilkö nära dig" professor Martin Törngren, KTH Machine Design, division Mechatronics, is being interviewed about the future techology of cars.

  • Researchers have "come a long way" with self-driving trucks

    A self-driving truck under development by Scania and KTH researchers has tested successfully at speeds of up to 90 kilometres-per-hour.

  • KTH–Scania Co-operation Strengthens Swedish Industrial Competitiveness

    KTH and the Swedish heavy vehicle manufacturer Scania will expand their competence exchange programme, enhancing co-operation aimed at strengthening KTH research and education while improving Scania's access to advanced expertise.

  • The largest environmental initiative in KTH’s history

    Several new heavy appointments, including a Vice-President for Sustainable Development and a new Environment Director. And a budget of SEK 8 million. KTH will now become a player to reckon with as regards environmental issues.

  • KTH grows in Södertälje

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology took a symbolic step into the future last week, with the official groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its new campus in the Greater Stockholm city of Södertälje. The university is investing heavily in sustainable production and is a key partner in the Södertälje Science Park now under construction.

  • Tests show how trucks can reuse engine heat for power

    A 195-year-old discovery is behind a new system that will save vehicles hundreds of litres of fuel and reduce their carbon emissions by as much as 2 to 3 tonnes per year.

  • KTH Innovation Industry Day with Scania

    Welcome to KTH Innovation Industry Day, an opportunity to hear how leading industrial companies work with innovation, collaborate with startups, and what challenges they face in their business.