KTH Cluster for Underwater Technology
The KTH Cluster for Underwater Technology (CUTe) was established in 2015 by KTH, SAAB and FMV with the aim to push Swedish underwater competence forward to meet the industrial, societal and academic needs of the future. The CUTe initiative aims at being an non-exclusive informal consolidating platform for front line cross-disciplinary research in relevant disciplines into a supercritical cluster where research, ideas, innovations, development of technologies and methodologies prosper. Another clear goal of CUTe is to contribute to, and further develop, progressive higher engineering education on both masters level and doctoral level in the field of underwater technology.
Currently CUTe is formed by an assembly of the following partners forming a triple helix constellation of university-industry-governmental bodies:
- KTH, Centre for Naval Architecture,
- KTH, ACCESS Linnaeus Centre, Electrical Engineering,
- KTH, Computer Vision and Active Perception,
- KTH, Sustainable Development and Environmental Science,
- KTH, Applied Electrochemistry, Contact:
- Saab / Kockums, Contact:
- Saab / Dynamics, Contact:
- Bolin Centre for Climate Research at Stockholm University,
- Gothenburg University, Earth Sciences, Contact:
- Swedish Defense Materiel Administration, FMV, Contact:
- Lightness by Design, Contact:
- TM&C Consulting, Contact:
The current ongoingis listed in the menu to the left.