Available research infrastructure
KTH has an extensive infrastructure for research and innovation with many advanced research environments available for technology and research-intensive companies and organizations. Here you will find information on where to find available resources such as lab equipment and technology to perform tests, demonstrations, or verify concepts.
KTH Materials Lab
In KTH Materials Lab we have collected the technical equipment from seven of KTH's ten schools available throgh Electrum Laboratory, Greenhouse Labs and KTH Materials Laboratory.
AlbaNova Laser Laboratory
AlbaNova Laser Laboratory is a joint laboratory between KTH and Stockholm University for nonlinear optics, laser physics and surface science.
The BioImaging Laboratory is a joint facility for advanced light microscopy in the department of Applied Physics at KTH.
Electrum Laboratory and Albanova Nanofab
Electrum Laboratory and Albanova Nanofabrication Facility are the two laboratories operated within the KTH node of Myfab – the Swedish research infrastructure for micro- and nanofabrication.
A unique facility for research, development and demonstration of wastewater treatment technologies.The R&D facility Hammarby Sjöstadsverk is a platform for development and exchange of knowledge and technologies in water treatment and related environmental technology and forms the basis for Sweden Water Innovation Centre - SWIC. Sjöstadsverket promotes cooperation among companies, experts/researchers and municipal sewage works to meet future challenges in the water and wastewater sector and to increase the export of Swedish knowledge and technology.
Highway and Railway Engineering Laboratory
Our laboratory is well equipped to perform tests on all types of road materials: bitumen, asphalt and unbound materials. The laboratory performs work related to different research projects, and can to take on specialized testing for government agencies and private industry. We have a very experienced laboratory and supervisory staff to assist with a wide variety of research oriented projects.
The Jonasson Centre for Medical Imaging
The Jonasson Centre for Medical Imaging aims at supporting the use of medical imaging methods in research, technical development and health care. The equipment, which is located in Flemingsberg, comprises instruments for imaging from the cellular to the individual level of both animals and humans, including advanced light microscopy, ultrasound, X-ray and isotope imaging, as well as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
KTH Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL)
KTH Integrated Transport Research Lab (ITRL) is a resource-center/laboratory where future sustainable transport solutions is studied through implementation-projects. It is a university-based ”open development arena” for realizing and demonstrating future transport solutions.
Nano lab is a joint KTH SU laboratory facilities, with broad user spectrum. Nano and micro scale fabrication, imaging and metrology. Low overhead costs and flexible lab environment for exploratory research.
The Odqvist Laboratory for Experimental Mechanics is unique in Sweden and offers advanced measurement methods and experimental facilities covering most aspects of Engineering Mechanics. We aim at collaborating with national and international academic and industrial partners to develop and apply innovative experimental methods.
PDC Center for High Performance Computing
PDC är en anläggning på KTH där svenska forskare kan få tillgång till avancerade superdatorer, mjukvara och lagringslösningar. PDC är en del av den svenska nationella Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC).
Powertrain Manufacturing for Heavy Vehicles Application Lab” (PMH Application Lab)
A collaboration between KTH, Fraunhofer and RISE.
Science for Life Laboratory
SciLifeLab is a collaboration between KTH, Stockholm University, the Karolinska Institutet, and Uppsala University. It is a center for large-scale biosciences with the focus in health and environmental research. The centre combines advanced technical know-how and state-of-the-art equipment with a broad knowledge in translational medicine and molecular bioscience.
Solar Lab Facility
High-flux components form the central element of high-efficiency solar power plants and are often the life-limiting component in these facilities. In order to investigate the behaviour of these components and proposed optimised designs, the CSP group at KTH operates a high-flux solar simulator, capable of recreating in a controlled manner the irradiation conditions under which these components must operate. Complementary activities include ray-tracing simulation for the optical design of concentrator components and multi-physics simulation of high-temperature solar receivers for performance optimisation.
Within the Unit, physical methods are utilized to visualize cellular and molecular objects. The aim is to understand biological processes, in particular the connection between structure and function. The knowledge is to be used to understand different pathological states and for the development of new treatment methods.
Swedish Aerospace Physiology Centre, SAPC
The SAPC was established early 2013. The overall aims of the SAPC are to conduct and support research, development and teaching that may act to improve medical safety during manned space flights.
The VIC Studio
The visualization studio at KTH (VIC) is a resource for students and researchers. The studio houses many types of technology to manage and interact with large amounts of data. It also support the relevant application of the data, through modalities such as haptics, eye tracking, multitouch and various stereoscopic systems.
XPRES, Excellence in production research, will establish an internationally competitive platform for production research to meet future challenges of world leading Swedish industry.