School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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.

Service center

Opening hours during Easter week

The school's service centers are open as usual during the first half of the Easter week (Monday to Wednesday). On Maundy Thursday (skärtorsdagen), the service centers will close at 12:00. They will also be closed on the public holidays (Friday to Monday).

Happy Easter! 

KTH's Faculty Council

Result of election to the Faculty Council

We congratulate EECS' new representatives Professor Elena Dubrova, Professor Gunnar Karlsson and Associate Professor Joakim Lilliesköld on being elected to KTH's Faulty Council!

Vote results for the candidates

EECS

New blog entry: Engineer of the future – report from the workshop

The overview and modernization of our degree programmes is perhaps the most important task of the new school. Jens Zander and Ann Lantz reflect on how the future EECS engineer should be equipped for the challenges of the future.

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Spotlight on Research

EU grant for a social robot
Furhat Robotics, started by three KTH researchers: Jonas Beskow, Professor, Gabriel Skantze, Professor and Samer Al Moubayed, has received SEK 24 million in support from the EU Commission Innovation Council.

Eleven KTH projects with a big social impact
100 Swedish research projects named by the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences (IVA) as having the biggest impact on industry and society in the future. From EECS The senior researchers are Mathias Ekstedt, Robert Lagerström and Pontus Johnson.

Tiny sensors measure air quality
Kristinn B. Gylfason, Associate Professor of MicroSystem Technology at KTH, is one of several researchers on an EU financed project, ULISSES

Four researchers are making Intel processors more efficient
The researchers – Alireza Farshin, Amir Roozbeh (an industrial scholarship doctoral student from Ericsson), Gerald Q. Maguire Jr. and Dejan Kostic – have demonstrated that the performance can be improved when sending and receiving network data.

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High QS placements for electrical engineering and computer science at KTH

KTH scored record numbers at the QS University Ranking by subject 2019, the highest placement being in electrical engineering (19) but also in compute...

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New EECS information material

A printed folder in English about electrical engineering and computer science at KTH is now available. There is also a Swedish version in PDF format. ...

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Professor Gerald Q. "Chip" Maguire Jr.

Chipping for Change

Professor Gerald Q. “Chip” Maguire Jr. is not retiring quietly. Instead, he is leaving his mark on students, faculty, and administration by migrating ...

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Internal events for EECS

Page responsible:Maria Malmqvist
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Last changed: Apr 15, 2019