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  • High Voltage Association Student Excellence Award to Roya Nikjoo

    PhD student Roya Nikjoo has received the High Voltage Association Student Excellence Award of 2016. The award was presented at the IEEE International Power Modulator and High Voltage Conference in San Francisco, United States in July.

  • Prize-winning research will develop the energy markets of the future

    Maximising social welfare and further integrating renewable energy sources into the energy system. This is the potential of two capacity calculation methods primarily focusing on facilitating the cross-border integration of electricity trading.

  • Space electronics in focus at Space Rendezvous

    Cosmic radiation causes electronics sent to space to break down just by being there. But there are KTH projects that make a difference, and they are in focus during the Space Rendezvous, which will be held on 2 November in Kista.

  • Her first poster led to a victory at the EECS Winter Conference

    Han Xue, Division of Electronics and Embedded Systems and winner of the Poster Exhibition at the EECS Winter Conference. Tell us a bit about your research.

  • "I'm not done!"

    Carl-Mikael ”Bellman” Zetterling, this year you have been at KTH for 30 years, how did you end up at KTH?

  • Jan Scheffel voted Teacher of the year

    "He makes teaching both educational and fun. His teaching motivates and challenges students to take their learning seriously and strive to be good students," his students say.

  • Johan designs next-generation mobile networks

    The former student's most valuable lesson from KTH, his biggest fear as a student, and most importantly; what it’s like being an antenna engineer.

  • Students chose him as Teacher of the Year

    Carl-Mikael Zetterling, alias Bellman, Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Embedded Systems at KTH, is awarded the THS educational award Teacher of the Year 2022. He is recognised, among other things, for ensuring that the education is motivating and relevant by using innovative lab and teaching methods. Big congratulations, Bellman!

  • The future of hydroelectric power

    Abolfazl Khodadadi's research on the planning and operation of hydropower plants resulted in winning a best paper award. Ultimately, the doctoral student aims to ensure secure and affordable energy supplies to EU citizens.

  • Get to know the doctoral student Sylvie 

    In a series of articles, we will introduce the faculty employees. First out is Sylvie Koziel, a doctoral student at the Division of Electromagnetic Engineering and Fusion Science (EMF). Learn about her background, research and why she admires the Swedes.

  • Energy solution in sight for remote regions

    New solution can achieve sustainable electricity supply both in remote regions and cities. A self-sustaining sustainable solution for energy in Arctic Communities has been devised by Qianwen Xu, Assistant Professor of Electric Power Engineering. The solution is on IVAs 100-list 2023 and can improve sustainable electricity supply in remote regions.

  • Get to know the doctoral student Lukas

    We will introduce the school's faculty employees in a series of articles. This is Lukas Bähner, a doctoral student at the Division of Electromagnetic Engineering and Fusion Science (EMF) – whose ambition is to take the Sun's power to Earth.

  • The visit to NYC gave him new colleagues and new insights for his research

    A desire to strengthen his knowledge, meet new people, and create new connections for his research led Corrado Capriata to a seven-month research exchange.

  • Swedish Microwave Days offers unique possibilities

    The Swedish Microwave Days will be an excellent opportunity for anyone interested to learn more about the latest developments in microwave, millimeter wave, THz or antenna technology. Professor Oscar Quevedo-Teruel looks forward to networking opportunities between academia and the microwave and antenna industry.

  • Mikael Östling is elected to ECS as the first Swedish fellow

    Mikael Östling is back as a full-time professor at EECS in KTH Kista after six years as the Deputy President at KTH. As the only Swede, he is now appointed a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society (ECS). From before, Östling is also a fellow of the IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

  • EECS researchers awarded prestigious fellowships

    EECS captures four out of five elevations to IEEE fellow awarded to Swedish academia.

  • Researchers on the transformation towards sustainable energy

    Can economic growth be sustainable, is the transition to a fossil-free future achievable and what is the biggest change researchers want to see by 2040? These are some of the questions that were answered at the KTH Energy Dialogue.

  • Awarded for best entry

    Future communication systems depend on antennas that are both directional and steerable to compensate for path loss. A boost in this work is done by doctoral student Pilar Castillo Tapia winner of the best poster at the recent Exeter Microwave Metamaterials Conference.

  • This is EECS’ contribution to ForskarFredag

    Friday, 30 September, is the time for ForskarFredag at Vetenskapens Hus. Representants from EECS will be competing in presentation technology, lectures in swallowable microsystems and presenting students' projects created in advanced graphics and electrical engineering.

  • From implantable medical devices to spintronics-based systems

    The use of new implantable medical sensors in the body requires new ways of supplying them with energy. Ana Rusu’s group develops smart and energy-efficient integrated circuits and systems towards miniaturized and life-long, power-independent biosensors.

  • They won in competition with NASA

    We have talked to Oskar Zetterström and Pilar Castillo-Tapia, authors of the winning paper at the EuCAP 2022, Europe’s flagship conference on antennas and propagation. Their paper had tough competition, with, for example, a paper co-authored by TU Delft and NASA-JPL/Caltech amongst its competitors.

  • Funding boost on blood clot prevention

    Vinnova grants 4 MSEK for the development of next-generation Venous Thromboembolism prevention.

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