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  • Survey about sexual harassment contributes to research

    Silhouettes of people.
    The national study will map sexual harassment in academia.
    Published Apr 20, 2021

    In the last week of April, a questionnaire about sexual harassment is being sent out to around one in three students, doctoral students and employees at some of the 38 universities in Sweden.

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  • Managing in a pandemic, part one

    Published Apr 16, 2021

    When everyday life is turned upside down and you face numerous new challenges, it can be both difficult and instructional to be a manager. In this series of articles, several KTH managers share their ...

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  • Starting point for analysis of support services

    Portrait of Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director.
    Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director, is in lead of the development oriented analysis of KTH support services (photo: Håkan Lindgren)
    Published Apr 13, 2021

    A development oriented analysis of KTH support services has now been started, with the aim of making these services more efficient, professional and relevant. “KTH has been one of the fastest growing...

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  • Educational pioneer named new Vice President

    Portait of Per Lundqvist at campus.
    Per Lundqvist, new Vice President for Sustainable Development.
    Published Mar 29, 2021

    Per Lundqvist, Professor in Energy Technology, at the School of Industrial Engineering and Management will be KTH Vice President for Sustainable Development from the first of April.

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  • KTH gets a sense of the well-being of its employees

    A woman in a a blond short haircut.
    Annica Fröberg, Photo: Håkan Lindgren.
    Published Mar 16, 2021

    A study is underway to determine how employees cope with the ongoing pandemic and how the work environment has been affected. The method provides quick and continuous answers. Collaboration gets good ...

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  • Stubbornness and humility yielded success

    Published Mar 09, 2021

    Working with students on gender equality, diversity, and equal treatment issues (JML) issues is not always easy. Viggo Kann, Professor and Course Coordinator at the School of Electrical Engineering an...

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  • On-site in the pandemic, part four

    Published Mar 08, 2021

    For a year, we have been living with the pandemic that rapidly changed many of us' working lives. The day-to-day work on campus switched to working from home and remote teaching – but not for all KTH ...

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  • On-site in the pandemic, part three

    Published Mar 01, 2021

    For a year, we have been living with the pandemic that rapidly changed many of us' working lives. The day-to-day work on campus switched to working from home and remote teaching – but not for all KTH ...

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  • New sustainability objectives for KTH

    Drawing of UN´s Sustainable Development Goals.
    The 17 Sustainable Development Goals
    Published Feb 26, 2021

    Sustainable, equal and climate neutral. These three words summarise KTH’s new sustainable development and climate objectives.

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  • On-site in the pandemic, part two

    Published Feb 23, 2021

    For a year, we have been living with the pandemic that rapidly changed many of us' working lives. The day-to-day work on campus switched to working from home and remote teaching – but not for all KTH ...

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  • The latest annual report out now

    Borggården at KTH Campus in the snow.
    Published Feb 22, 2021

    The KTH Royal Institute of Technology 2020 annual report is now available for reading. It contains a comprehensive account of KTH’s operations for 2020, a year which was partly characterised by the pa...

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  • The distance learning technical foundation year programme promotes broadened recruitment

    Students at KTH study together.
    Students at KTH study together.
    Published Feb 18, 2021

    We are just over a semester into the new extra foundation year programmes in Flemingsberg and Södertälje that KTH developed quickly at the request of the government. Both programmes are based on dista...

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  • The plan for lifting KTH 2021

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    Sigbritt Karlsson, President of KTH and Kerstin Jacobsson, University Director talking about the annual business plan.
    Published Feb 17, 2021

    Education and learning of tomorrow, competitiveness and how cooperation is energising. These are a few of the things that come up for discussion when Sigbritt Karlsson, President, and Kerstin Jacobss...

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  • Five reasons for KTH researchers to join the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program

    Gustav Notander, Business Development Coach at KTH Innovation, coaching a team.
    Published Feb 16, 2021

    Working on your research and a commercialization project at the same time can seem daunting. But with support from KTH Innovation and a spot in the KTH Innovation pre-incubator program it’s proven to ...

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  • Part one of the theme: On-site in the pandemic

    Published Feb 15, 2021

    For a year, we have been living with the pandemic that rapidly changed many of us' working lives. The day-to-day work on campus switched to working from home and remote teaching – but not for all KTH ...

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  • Light-hearted talk about digital work methods

    Screenshot: Johan Flid Fridell and Patric Jansson in Zoom
    Patric Jansson is group manager for the development team and Johan Flid Fridell is a project manager working with system administration. Both believe that digitalisation leads to operational development.
    Published Feb 09, 2021

    It is valuable to disseminate good examples of how we can use digital tools in our work and learn from each other, say Johan Flid Fridell and Patric Jansson of KTH’s IT Office. Since last fall, they h...

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  • Energy and motivation dip during the pandemic

    Portrait of Teo Elmfeldt.
    Teo Elmfeldt, chair of the School Council at the School of Engineering Sciences (SCI), feels it is important that teachers are attuned to student needs during distance learning. (Photo: Fysiksektionen)
    Published Feb 09, 2021

    What’s it like to be a student during a pandemic? Up and down. The greater distance between teachers and students has affected the quality of education, Master’s Student Teo Elmfeldt, believes. “It i...

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  • How will Swedish KTH students be affected by Brexit?

    English flag and an EU flag
    Published Feb 04, 2021

    What changes can students at KTH expect now Britain is no longer a member of the EU? We asked Åsa Carlsson, Head of Division at the International Relations Office, IRO, at KTH.

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  • Students and supervisors like clarity and deadlines

    Portrait photo: Anita Kullen in front of a bookshelf.
    Anita Kullen Photo: Susanne Kronholm
    Published Jan 26, 2021

    Hello there, Anita Kullen. In addition to being an associate professor, you're also responsible for the bachelor's thesis course in the EECS School's program for electrical engineering. The course is ...

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  • He received the prize for transforming KTH’s teaching during the pandemic

    Stefan Stenbom sitting in front of a table. Behind him is a bookshelf.
    Stefan Stenbom Photo: Susanne Kronholm
    Published Jan 26, 2021

    Hello there Stefan Stenbom, lecturer at the ITM School's Department of Learning. When KTH quickly switched from traditional education to digital teaching this spring, you were tasked with leading and ...

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