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  • Researchers develop a technique that detects weaknesses in software testing

    Martin Monperrus and Benoit Baudry
    Published Apr 06, 2021

    We have had a chat with Professor Benoit Baudry and Professor Martin Monperrus about their novel testing technique.

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  • The President’s groups annual school visit

    Meeting participants
    Published Apr 01, 2021

    Every year, KTH's President Sigbritt Karlsson visits all schools together with Deputy President Mikael Östling and University Director Kerstin Jacobss...

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  • In memory of Professor Jan-Olof Eklundh

    Professor Jan-Olof Eklundh (1939-2021)
    Published Mar 30, 2021

    Our dear colleague, supervisor and mentor, Professor Jan-Olof Eklundh, passed away on 21 February 2021. He is mourned by his wife and family as well a...

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  • AI and cyber security at Vetenskapens hus

    Electric scooters and pavement with sharp shadows.
    Published Mar 29, 2021

    Vetenskapens hus wants to inspire high school students to choose higher education in science, technology and mathematics. They have therefore invited ...

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  • Changes in the school’s management team

    Christina Zander
    Published Mar 18, 2021

    EECS Head of Administration Christina Zander will soon start a new position at the Swedish Defence University.

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  • The EECS Faculty Diversity Initiative

    Published Mar 15, 2021

    – contributions to the debate, by Lars Nordström.

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  • Inter-disciplinary nature and many publications resulted in finalist placement

    Christos Verginis.
    Published Mar 15, 2021

    Christos Verginis, postdoc at the University of Austin, you defended your thesis in Robotics at KTH in May 2020. Now it has made you one of the four f...

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  • How are your Zoom manners?

    Freepik.com
    Published Mar 15, 2021

    During the past year, we have experienced numerous Zoom meetings. Sometimes with unknowing partners appearing in the picture, sick children screaming ...

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  • The smallest gold can have the greatest value

    Photo: Karl Nordlund
    Published Mar 10, 2021

    Congratulations to Assistant Professor Mariana Dalarsson, who was awarded the L'Oréal-Unesco For Women in Science Prize with the support of the Young ...

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  • The EECS Faculty Diversity Initiative

    image: Freepik.com
    Published Mar 08, 2021

    A conversation with Wouter van der Wijngaart about what gender equality and diversity work looks like at the School of Electrical Engineering and Comp...

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  • Our future is too important for everyone not to be part of it

    Sonja Berlijn.
    Published Mar 08, 2021

    On this international women's day, Sonja Berlijn, Head of School writes about equality and diversity at EECS and KTH.

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  • How the brain keeps useful information while ignoring unuseful noise

    Extreme close-up of neurons in the human brain
    Published Mar 01, 2021

    Imagine you're in a stadium reporting on a game. It's a loud environment which you don't want to transmit. But when you're interviewing a player, then...

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  • In memory of Professor Oskar Wallmark

    Published Feb 24, 2021

    With sadness, we bid farewell to our dear colleague and friend Professor Oskar Wallmark who passed away 7 February 2021 after a short period of illnes...

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  • Research will lower data centres energy use

    Published Feb 22, 2021

    The energy consumption of data centres continue to rise and will soon reach twice the whole electric consumption of Sweden. Tom Barbette, Postdoc at S...

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  • Researcher's Dreams – Stories for curious children

    Illustrationer från boken forskardrömmar
    Illustrationer från boken forskardrömmar, forskarna Gabriel Skantze och Danica Kragic
    Published Feb 10, 2021
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  • His tips can increase your impact in society

    Graphic: Spread research, Ulrika Georgsson
    Graphic: Ulrika Georgsson
    Published Feb 08, 2021

    Are social media really relevant to a researcher? And why must researchers communicate what they are doing? Wouter van der Wijngaart wants his fellow ...

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  • Report incidents, risks and occupational injuries

    Hand wrapped by gauze.
    Published Feb 01, 2021

    An occupational injury means all injuries and illnesses that occur as a result of both physical and psychosocial working conditions. This includes acc...

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  • Professor Lina Bertling Tjernberg, appointed coordinator for lifelong learning

    Published Jan 27, 2021

    Sweden's universities have received an increased mandate from the Government for Lifelong Learning. EECS's Head of school has appointed Professor Lina...

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  • Congratulations Amir Payberah!

    Published Jan 27, 2021

    Amir H. Payberah, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Division of Software and Computer Systems, have together with former master student A...

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  • Welcome to KTH, Dirk Pleiter

    Published Jan 21, 2021

    The PDC Center for High Performance Computing has a new Director, we welcome Professor Dirk Pleiter to KTH and to the School of Electrical Engineering...

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