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KTH and society

Through close collaboration with the surrounding society, KTH is working to find sustainable solutions to today's major societal challenges.

Joint research and innovation projects

Two of the joint research and innovation projects by KTH and Region Stockholm that was on display at KTH Entré between February 27 and March 9 -

Improved treatment with artificial lung  - The research project is being conducted with support from Region Stockholm and led by Lisa Prahl Wittberg, Associate Professor in Fluid Dynamics/Multiphase Flows at KTH, and Mikael Broman, Senior Consultant Intensivist, ECMO Centre Karolinska.

Advanced CT imaging can reduce the risk of stroke complications - The research project is being conducted with support from Region Stockholm, under the supervision of Mats Danielsson, Professor of Medical Imaging at KTH, and Staffan Holmin, Professor of Clinical Neuroimaging, Karolinska Institutet.

- Openness gives better products

KTH and Saab have a mutual interest – to develop the software of the future. This is the purpose of the cooperation project CASTOR, a software technology research centre at KTH.

Cooperation creates growth for SMEs

Sustainable Innovation is one of KTH’s partners in the project Grön BoStad Stockholm [Green Housing Stockholm]. The project aims to contribute to sustainable urban development and to create growth in small and medium-sized enterprises.