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  • “The Tale Of The Big Computer” will be staged as an opera in the Reactor Hall

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    KTH Reactor Hall, R1. Leif Handberg, Associate Professor in Media Technology and Director of R1, the KTH Reactor Hall, upper middle in the picture. Photo: Jann Lipka.
    Published Feb 08, 2022

    A funding campaign is soon to be launched, with ads in social media soliciting contributions for an opera based on Hannes Alfvén’s book, “The Tale Of The Big Computer”. Leif Handberg, Associate Profes...

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  • Time to nominate honorary doctors

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    Doctor's hats, rings and diplomas looking for new honoraray doctors. (Photo: Studio Slakthuset)
    Published Feb 01, 2022

    Anders Forsgren, Dean of Faculty and Chair of the Faculty Council. It is now time to submit names for prospective honorary doctorates. Why should we do this?

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  • Slack channel at EECS an immediate success

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    "A great value with Slack for me as school principal is to be able to reach out quickly with uniform information", says Sonja Berlijn, Head of School at EECS.
    Published Jan 19, 2022

    Since the 2021 spring semester, the entire School of Engineering and Computer Science, EECS, has communicated internally via Slack.

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  • Great interest in next president

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    Pia Sandvik is leading the work of recruiting the next president and the number of nominations indicates great interest (Photo: Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin)
    Published Jan 18, 2022

    Around 50 individuals have been nominated, recommended for or have applied to become the next KTH president. “ The large number of nominations shows what great engagement and interest there is for th...

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  • New model for speeding up IT development

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    Hans Wohlfarth, Head of IT, coordinates the development work, according to a new model - so-called portfolio management . (Photo: Fredrik Persson)
    Published Jan 18, 2022

    You can have any number of IT-systems that are as good as any you could ask for in an organisation. But that will be of little benefit if IT development as a whole is not managed in a long-term, coord...

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  • Thanks for this year!

    Published Dec 14, 2021

    In this year's Christmas greeting from Sigbritt Karlsson, President and Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director, they look back on an eventful year. And look forward to KTH´s further dynamic developmen...

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  • Focus on more diversity in the technology sector

    Group picture of Tonima Afroze, Karin Ask, Tahani Kaldéus, Elina Kabir and Sandra Thengius.
    The five alumni in the campaign: Tonima Afroze, Karin Ask, Tahani Kaldéus, Elina Kabir and Sandra Thengius.
    Published Dec 10, 2021

    What can you work with and how can you influence societal development as an engineer? Why is more diversity in the technology sector important? These are some of the questions raised in the new KTH ca...

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  • KTH at the forefront in the U.S.

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    New York is one cities that the KTH-delegation will visit as part of the initiative in the U.S.
    Published Dec 10, 2021

    Tina Murray, Advisor International Strategies, who is project managing KTH’s new U.S. initiative. What does this entail?

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  • Structure and energy in place to develop support services

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    University Director Kerstin Jacobsson is in charge of the analysis of the support services.
    Published Dec 07, 2021

    Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director, you are heading the work to develop KTH support services. The work started in April. How is it going?

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  • Opening hours during Christmas Holiday 2021/2022

    Published Dec 03, 2021
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  • How the RAE 2021 findings will help KTH’s development

    Published Nov 30, 2021

    In August, a large number of invited international experts made digital visits to KTH, in order to review and evaluate KTH research. Their recommendations have been compiled in a series of twelve repo...

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  • Campus2030 is a testbed for sustainable transport solutions

    A QR code at the KTH House at Brinellvägen that you can scan to access the Campus2030 app.
    At the KTH House at Brinellvägen there is a QR-code that you can scan to access the Campus2030 app. Photo: David Callahan
    Published Nov 24, 2021

    A digital twin of the campus where researchers and students collaborate to test sustainable transport solutions at systems level. An app where the KTH logo shows where you can find various holograms o...

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  • Reporting incidents, risks and injuries made easier

    Poster with QR-code for reporting accidents digitally
    Published Oct 29, 2021

    The process for reporting incidents, risks and occupational injuries at KTH is now simpler. In the new IA-system (Information System about Work Environment), the previous manual system is replaced wit...

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  • Canvas courses help KTH researchers progress in their roles

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    This is what the introduction of KTH's canvas course on communication looks like. The purpose of the course programs is to create greater insights about KTH's activities in general and as a university and authority. The collaboration leader training is aimed at interested researchers and leaders of major strategic research initiatives at KTH. Illustration: Louise Gustafsson
    Published Oct 25, 2021

    Canvas Research Collaboration Competence courses are now offered to KTH researchers to help them deepen their knowledge and progress in their professional roles. Annika Stensson Trigell, Vice Presiden...

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  • Hello there Master of Ceremonies Hanna Sundelin!

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    Hanna Sundelin
    Published Oct 18, 2021

    The president of KTH has decided on three changes for KTH’s academic ceremonies going forward. The biggest change concerns the academic ceremony in November – can you tell us more about it?

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  • School faculty assemblies at KTH show tremendous engagement in KTH’s development

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    KTH's faculty is spread over five campuses. The schools are also located on several campuses. Meeting digitally is an effective solution.
    Published Oct 12, 2021

    Eighteen months ago, the Faculty Assembly was replaced by two other forums for faculty influence: five independent school faculty assemblies and the KTH collegial forum. During the pandemic, these mee...

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  • A new centre brings together climate research at KTH

    Published Sep 28, 2021

    KTH is marshalling its forces within the climate area. The KTH Climate Action Centre has just started to map current research within climate at KTH and is holding an information meeting on October 1 f...

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  • Employees about working remotely

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    Working from home is attractive to many - according to a KTH survey about the digital workplace
    Published Sep 24, 2021

    A questionnaire was organised in June about working from home during the pandemic. What were the results concerning the digital workplace?

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  • New working hours agreement for teachers – what has changed

    Wall clock on a grey wall
    Published Sep 20, 2021

    The working hours agreement for teachers dating from 1999 has now been updated and modernised. “Our hope in the negotiating group has been to reach a new agreement that will contribute to benefiting ...

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  • When restrictions are lifted

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    There will be no limits for how many people that can gather at campus from 29 September.
    Published Sep 20, 2021

    From 29 September, other official Covid restrictions will be removed. The effects this will have for KTH include the end of restrictions on the number of people in premises at the same time. Education...

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