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Welcome to the internal pages for the employees at School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at KTH. Please note the difference between the local EECS web navigation menu to the left and the top KTH intranet menu shown above.

aem 25 august

Don't miss the latest school news

On 25 August, 9:00–9:30, it's time for the semester's first All employee meeting. You can join both digitally or on-site in the meeting room Gustaf Dahlander , KTH campus. Also, come and have a breakfast from 8:00.

Here’s why RPL Summer School was a success

13–17 June, the division of Robotics, Perception and Learning held their first summer school for doctoral students and postdocs. Researchers from all over the world got the opportunity to learn and collaborate in the inspiring environment at Happy Tammsvik, outside of Stockholm. Even though this was their first year of organizing, the event got stunning reviews and has already resulted in multiple new research projects.

Person seen from behind running on asfalt

Employee Health

Make the most out of KTH's wellness offer

Your health is important to you but also a shared resource that is crucial to the organization's performance.

KTH offers employees a wellness allowance and the right to train on paid working hours through a wellness hour. You need to have fixed-term or permanent employment to access a wellness allowance.

e2cs management blog

Summer greetings from the school management

Now that summer’s here, the management team wishes to send us all summer greetings. They tell us about their lessons learned from the semester, what’s been the most challenging, and what’s been the most fun. They also let us in on their favourite retreats.

Truls Nyberg, an industrial doctoral student at the Division of Robotics, Perception & Learning, and José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez from the unit of Mechatronics and Embedded Control Systems at ITM

They enable safer and more efficient autonomous vehicles

Truls Nyberg and José Manuel Gaspar Sánchez put their heads together and came up with an algorithm that facilitates safer roads. In their award-winning paper, they show how to safely deploy autonomous...

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Stefan Neumann KTH

Understanding the inexplicable in AI gave Stefan the award

Research on understanding the inexplicable reason why AI works so well gave Stefan Neumann, a postdoc in the division of Theoretical Computer Science, the Heinz Zemanek Award. The award is granted bia...

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400 happy colleagues joined the EECS Summer event

Colleagues at EECS celebrated summer's arrival on 8 June with lectures, lab tours, poster festival, food and drinks. Read Alexandras thoughts on the event.

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Internal events for EECS

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Last changed: Jun 20, 2022