School of Engineering Sciences

The School of Engineering Sciences is located at KTH Campus at Valhallavägen and Kista, AlbaNova University Center in Roslagstull and Science For Life Laboratory in Solna. Our activities include physics, mathematics and technical mechanics.

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New measuring techniques can explain why iceberg collapses

Researchers at KTH and Stockholm University have developed a new metric technology that can explain why icebergs collapse from glaciers. The results are presented in the scientific journal Nature Scientific Reports.

Theoretical physics research – possible revolution for green technology

Egor Babajev's work as a researcher in the field of theoretical physics contributes to being an important link in the development of green technology.

Nanomagnetism could improve future mobile phones

Anna Delin, Professor at the Department of Applied Physics at KTH, research could potentially revolutionize how we transmit and store data in future computers, mobile phones and electronics.

Janne Wallenius explains what happened in connection with the Chernobyl accident

A new TV series about of the nuclear accident in Chernobyl in 1986 has made the event noticed again. Janne Wallenius, reactor physicist at the Division of nuclear engineering, explains what happened.

Wiktor Frid develops rapid nuclear power failure diagnoses

The aid RASTEP can provide rapid breakdown diagnoses and forecasts for radioactive emissions at a nuclear power failure. The system has been developed on the initiative of Wiktor Frid, senior researcher at the Division of Nuclear Power Safety at KTH.

Cancer can be detected earlier and treated more safely

Mats Danielssons, Professor of medical image physics, research leads to the fact that cancer can be detected earlier and treated in a safer and more efficient manner.


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Last changed: Jan 13, 2020