Faculty and research in Computer Science
The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is one of five schools at KTH. The school conducts research and education in electrical engineering, computer science, and information and communication technology.
Home to a number of award-winning computer scientists, research projects at the school are funded by organizations such as the European Research Council, the Swedish Research Council, the Swedish Energy Agency, and the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research. Faculty members are also supported by the Wallenberg Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Systems and Software Program (WASP), Sweden's largest individual research program. The school also hosts several research centres including the CASTOR Software Research Centre, and is a strong partner of Digital Futures, a cross-disciplinary research centre with the vision to solve societal challenges through digital transformation, established in 2020 by KTH, Stockholm University and RISE.
The Visualization Studio, VIC
The studio is a research environment with state-of-the-art technology supporting high-end graphics, visualization and interaction. The visualization studio is used as an education and lab environment for researchers and students who want to explore the technology and its uses, and thus many courses take place partially or completely in the studio.
PDC Center for High Performance Computing
The PDC Center for High Performance Computing at KTH is the leading provider of high performance computing (HPC) services for academic research in Sweden. PDC's services include HPC systems for performing computations and simulations (as well as pre- and post-processing of data), short- and long-term data storage, and assistance from application and systems experts.
Smart Mobility Lab
In the Smart Mobility Lab a new generation of mobile systems for intelligent transportation and smart driving is being developed, by combining research in automatic control, computer science and mechatronics.