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  • 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.

  • "Without the Electrum lab, we would never have been able to start"

    The increasing electrification of various parts of our society goes far beyond securing electricity supplies. It is also about minimising losses and developing an infrastructure that, among other things, helps our electric cars to be charged faster.

  • "A unique research environment"

    The Electrum lab in Kista enables research in microelectromechanical systems, known as MEMS, to grow exponentially.

  • Fast communication with spintronics is possible, models show

    One step closer to better and faster communication in 5G and 6G has been taken. Ericsson and KTH will now evaluate the technology for two years, and the hope is to get closer to a prototype that can be used in just a few years.

  • A whole working life at Electrum - now Nils Nordell is retiring

    Throughout his working life, Nils Nordell, Director of the Electrum Laboratory, has worked at Electrum in Kista. In April, he will be retiring and looking forward to new adventures.

  • KTH, Chalmers and Lund University strengthen Swedish semiconductor capacity

    A common denominator in both the green transition and digitalization is the semiconductor. Despite the great importance of the small chip, Sweden and EU have lagged behind. KTH, Lund University, Chalmers University of Technology and various Swedish companies are now joining forces to strengthen Sweden's expertise and infrastructure for semiconductor technology.