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  • Online software art exhibition

    The exhibition Drift lets you explore search engines in a way you never thought about them. It lets you discover the intricate strata of code and network that operate to deliver the content of a search. Read the interview with one of its creators to find out more.

  • Software researcher wants to see more transparency

    Castor, a research center for software development at KTH, has been inaugurated. Managing director Benoit Baudry wants to see an increased exchange between researchers and companies. He hopes that open source software-based research can spread to industrial production environments.

  • CASTOR joins the Eclipse Open Source Foundation

    The KTH Software Research Centre CASTOR now joins Eclipse - one of the top-3 open source foundations in the world. By joining the Eclipse Foundation, CASTOR increases industry dissemination of its scientific results by facilitating joint work on common codebases. Eclipse Repairnator is the first project in this series.

  • Cyrille Artho new director of CASTOR

    Cyrille Artho is the new Director of the CASTOR Software research centre. He’s lived in Japan for 11 years, where he worked on analysing networked software and testing together with software security. In his spare time, he likes to run in the forest close to KTH.

  • Benoit Baudry on his years as the director of CASTOR

    Benoit Baudry's term as director of the CASTOR Software Research Centre has ended. We have talked about his four years on the job.

  • Two days on the latest within software

    The software research centre CASTOR organised its second conference on 31 August to 1 September at KTH Nymble. Software researchers, engineers, and students gathered to discuss cutting-edge technology, current software design challenges and software-defined networking.

  • Four scientists on the future of AI

    Research in Artificial Intelligence was in focus when researchers and partners from Saab and Ericsson gathered for two days at CASTOR Software Days to discuss the research in the field.

  • Elevated credibility in AI-generated information

    A new graph database management system is under development at KTH. Using graph technology in combination with artificial intelligence (AI), the system could assist in planning everything from healthcare to smart cities with a built-in trust feature.

  • Project from EECS gets funding from Vinnova

    The project Early Bird, where the KTH activities are led by Ingo Sander, Professor in Electronic Systems Design, receives funding from Vinnova. We have spoken to Ingo about what this will mean for them and how it will benefit the Swedish industry.

  • Congratulations to the award, César!

    César Soto Valero has won a paper award in a top software engineering conference for his research on mitigating software bloat. Software bloat is code present in software applications, that is not necessary to execute the applications correctly. Instead, it is a pervasive problem that wastes computational resources, creates maintenance issues, and compromises security.

  • Hardcore hardware platform for experiments

    We talked to Cyrille Artho, who has started up the Croaker Server, about 32 times as powerful as a high-end laptop: "At this point, we need an actual platform we can use to unleash our tools on different problems. Our laptops are not designed for that, as we need them for everyday tasks and cannot run experiments non-stop on them."

  • Software and textile art with Nadia Campo Woytuk

    Hi Nadia Campo Woytuk, research engineer at the Division of Media technology and interaction design!

  • Interactive software art on the streets of Stockholm

    Bring your phone and control Nobel laureates and their movements across a great wall! Inspired by Nobel Prize-awarded discoveries and laureates, stunning artworks will light up the darkness in 21 installations presented in the streets of Stockholm. Two of these installations are prepared by KTH groups: cyber|glow, by re|thread and Riddle 102 by the architectural design group at The School of Architecture and the Built Environment.

  • Campus art installation captures the richness of basic software actions

    Art can be a powerful projector of breakthrough science. During the 2022 Nobel Week Lights, an annual lights festival taking place during the Nobel Week, KTH launched an artwork called un|fold, which captures the richness of a simple software action.