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  • Sweden’s Best-Kept Technology Secret

    Did you know that the world’s first commercial Internet-like data communication system was developed in Sweden in the early 1970s? KTH Professor Torsten Cegrell, back then an employee of the electrical engineering firm Asea, developed a routing function to help message packets select the correct path through a network — a solution that made possible the Internet as we know it today.

  • Students share IT learning model with African universities

    There should be real projects that make a real contribution to society, says Björn Pehrson, professor of telecommunication systems. For more than 20 years he has involved his students in IT projects that help improve living conditions in developing countries. Today he is also involving them in spreading his learning model to universities that need it most.

  • A noteworthy app

    Need some instant musical notation to remember that little tune you just came up with? A new mobile app – created by a Computer Science engineer from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a professor from KMH Royal College of Music – makes it possible to score any melody instantly and share it.

  • A noteworthy app

    Need some instant musical notation to remember that little tune you just came up with? A new mobile app – created by a Computer Science engineer from KTH Royal Institute of Technology and a professor from KMH Royal College of Music – makes it possible to score any melody instantly and share it.

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020