MOOCs via KTHx
Below are the current and upcoming MOOCs at KTH, that you find via "KTHx". The courses are free and given online. You find the courses at www.edx.org.
Courses from KTH at edx.org
Upcoming MOOCs 2018
Digital Transformation 1-4
Four courses/Professional Program.
Leadership, Bussiness Development and Marketing, Strategy, Market and Industry Analysis
How does the digital transition affect the business landscape and what opportunities does it have? How can you and your organization find methods and formulate strategies to better manage the digital development? This program prepares professionals and managers for the challenges that digitalization entails. All four courses will be self-paced enabling learners to study whenever they wish and also to join several of the courses in parallel.
Teachers: Martin Vendel and Henrik Blomgren.
High Performance Finite Element Modeling II
In this second course in the series you will learn to understand the mechanism of flight. You will carry out advanced time-resolved parallel simulations of aerodynamics, under the guidance of top researchers at KTH.
Teachers: Johan Jansson, Johan Hoffman, Niclas Jansson and Leoni Massimilano.
Start: Spring 2018.
Sustainable Development for problem solvers I
Course 1. Teachers: Maria Malmström, Fredrik Gröndahl, Monika Olsson.
Sustainable Development for problem solvers II
Course 2. Teachers: Maria Malmström, Fredrik Gröndahl, Monika Olsson.
Philosophy of Science for Engineers and Scientists
Learn how to assess and justify the choice of different scientific methods for different scientific purposes. The aim of the course is to improve your understanding of methodological and philosophical issues that may arise when doing scientific studies.
Teachers: Till Grüne-Yanoff, Johan berg, Erik Dahl, Martin Rissler, Sebastian Lagunas Rosen, Edvin Åström.
Start: Autumn 2018.
Learn about the basic principles, protocols and challenges with the emerging new networking paradigm of cyber-physical networks, which in short refers to communication processes that build on automated tasks without involving humans.
Teachers: James Gross, Sebastian Schiessl.
Other MOOCs collaborations at KTH
KTH is part of InnoEnergy consortium and is involved in some MOOCs’ development.
iSE - the Institute of Sustainable Energy by InnoEnergy - provides professional online courses which will help to advance knowledge in the fields of sustainable energy, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Read more about
InnoEnergy and see course catalogue.