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  • The role of artificial intelligence in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

    A joint publication by Ricardo Vinuesa (KTH), Hossein Azizpour (KTH), Iolanda Leite (KTH), Madeline Balaam (KTH), Virginia Dignum (Umeå University), Sami Domisch (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Germany), Anna Felländer (AI Sustainability Center, Sweden), Simone Daniela Langhans (University of Otago), Max Tegmark (MIT), and Francesco Fuso Nerini (KTH) has just recently been published in NATURE.

  • Awards from CHI2020

    MID EECS is proud to announce that we have won one best paper award and three honourable mention awards at the ACM SIGCHI flagship conference CHI 2020! 

  • Bernadotte Scholarship for Emma Frid

    Our recent PhD graduate Emma Frid, who defended her thesis titled "Diverse Sounds" in January, has just been awarded scholarship in the Bernadotte programme.

  • Kick-off for the KTH centre NAVET

    On a cold Tuesday evening in January, a new centre formation was opened at KTH - where KTH collaborates with KMH Royal College of Music, SKH Stockholm University of the Arts and Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design. The focus of the centre is the meeting between art, technology, and design.

  • Graduate school a future of groundbreaking research

    Two doctoral students from EECS, out of a total of 35 from different universities across Sweden, participated in the first meeting of the WASP-HS graduate school. For two days, they engaged in a virtual conference that will benefit and develop their continued career in the AI field.

  • CHI 2021 Awards for MID Researchers

    We are pleased to announce that our researchers have been awarded Best Papers and Honorable Mentions in CHI 2021.

  • 1st Nordic SMC Conference and 6th ISon Workshop

    The Sound and Music Computing Group at MID organized The 1st Nordic Sound and Music Computing Conference at KTH and The 6th Interactive Sonification Workshop, in collaboration with the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. 

  • Emerging digital platforms force waste management rethink

    Crowd-sourced waste disposal services push the legal and ethical boundaries on who should take care of our waste.

  • KTH sound experts add new dimension to the understanding of our universe

    New initiative helps astronomers not only to observe the universe, but also to listen to it.

  • Contribute to KTH research

    If you live in Stockholm, you can now take part in a research project within the Senseable Stockholm Lab that investigates security.

  • Research wants to change fetal monitoring at birth

    Researchers at KTH and KI want to reduce the risk of organ failure in children during labour. Therefore, they have started a programme, "Continuous lactate measurement and preventive hypoxia during delivery".

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Last changed: Sep 22, 2020