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Lifelong learning pilot for Scania employees

Published March 26 2021

New technologies demand new kinds of competence. As the industry experiences a new era with autonomous, electrification and digitalisation, the need to extend knowledge in various fields emerges.

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Last changed: Apr 26, 2021
Zhenliang Ma will conduct research for sustainable transport solutions - together with Region Stockholm
Michael Martin conducts research for a more sustainable food production - an intersection between academia and industry
Collaboration projects
Lifelong learning pilot for Scania employees
Advanced CT imaging can reduce the risk of stroke complications
Improved treatment with artificial lung
Joint commitment to strengthen Scania-KTH partnership
CASTOR - KTH and Saab in collaboration
OpenLab
MedTechLabs
Cooperation creates growth for SMEs
“Collaboration skills ought to be more highly valued”
Collaboration with the City of Stockholm and three-dimensional properties
KTH and Hitachi ABB Power Grids join forces in energy transition