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EECS representation in KTH joint working groups

Here you can find information about EECS' representation in different KTH councils and working groups.

Management and organisation

EECS is represented in several of KTH's bodies and groups.

KTH's organisation

Rules of procedure

KTH's rules of procedure specifies KTH's advisory committees and boards. 

KTH's rules of procedure (Swedish)

Working groups

The task of the working groups is coordination between schools and university administration within each functional area. The groups will also initiate and run administrative development projects.

Working groups (in Swedish)

EECS representation 

EECS is represented in the following groups and boards.

Academic reference group for sustainable development

Information by the academic Sustainable Development reference group (in Swedish)

Appointments board

Appointments board (Swedish)

Board of education

Board of Education

Co-operation with Indian Institute of Technology Madras 

Faculty Liaison:

Deputy Faculty Liaison:

Digitalization platform

Digitalization Platform


Energy platform

Energy platform

Faculty council

Information about the Faculty Council

Head of School Council

Head of School Council


Responsible for the India region: 

JMLA group

KTH's strategic partnerships

KTH's strategic partnerships (Swedish)

Lifelong learning

Life science technology platform

Life Science Technology Platform

Vice Director:

Promotion board

Promotion Board

Platform steering committee for IT support for education

Platform steering committee for IT support for education


The central group for information to existing students

The language committee

The Language Committee


Other representation of Viggo Kann at KTH level:

  • Coordinator of the PA network and the Directors of Study Network
  • Responsible for "Storträffar" and initiation of PriU-groups
  • Responsible for the PU network (network of Educational Developers of schools)
  • Part of the Higher Education Council

Strategic partnerships in India

Current projects

Experimental learning environments or maker spaces - step 3

January 2019-interim report May 2019, Final Report January 2021.

In the working group:

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