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  • Call for interdisciplinary collaborations within Stockholm Trio

    Published May 21, 2024

    The University Alliance Stockholm Trio is pleased to announce funding opportunities for interdisciplinary research and education focusing on Agenda 2030 and sustainble development.

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  • Data set changes in the publication database DiVA

    Published Mar 28, 2024

    As of May 15, it is no longer possible to register research data sets in DiVA.

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  • Interested in recruiting outstanding international researchers to your team?

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    Published Feb 15, 2024

    Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MCSA) offers funding to recruit postdoctoral fellows to your team at KTH to conduct research in any scientific domain for up to two years. EU: s deadline is 11 Septembe...

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  • Apply for funding to employ a doctoral student together with an international partner university

    Published Jan 22, 2024

    As a researcher at KTH, you now have the opportunity to apply for partial funding of SEK 500,000 per year during a four-year period to employ a doctoral student together with one of KTH's internationa...

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  • The course that teaches researcher’s ethical awareness

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    The new research ethics course consists mainly of videos, short texts, tools and links to more information. "It is a self-study course but it can be used as part of a university course with teachers if you add examination tasks and discussion points," says research ethics advisor Fredrik Karlsson. Photo: Elias Sado
    Published Dec 05, 2023

    It is comprehensive and broad with the aim of bringing everyone up to a minimum level. This is how KTH's research ethics advisor Fredrik Karlsson describes the new course in research ethics. “Sometim...

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  • Combination of materials, AI, and autonomous systems secured project funding for KTH

    Published Dec 04, 2023

    When the Wallenberg Initiative Material Science for Sustainability (WISE) and the Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems, and Software Program (WASP) opened their first joint call, which integrated the two...

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  • KTH's suggestions to the government

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    KTH's contribution to the upcoming research and innovation bill contains various proposals.
    Published Nov 08, 2023

    Increase basic funding! This is one of the key messages in KTH's contribution to the government's research and innovation policy. "This is nothing new, but it is nevertheless important to continue to...

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  • New vision shows the way

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    KTH´s new vision and overall goals show the way forward says Anders Söderholm, President of KTH.
    Published Nov 08, 2023

    Who we are and who we want to be. This is how President Anders Söderholm sums up the new goal and vision document for KTH's development over the next five years 2024-2028. "It is a compass showing wa...

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  • Facelift for the research support pages

    Published Nov 06, 2023

    The part of KTH's intranet that targets researchers has received a facelift. The entry has been updated with new content and features, becoming a hub for information, support materials, and contacts t...

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  • Apply for international scholarships

    Published Oct 26, 2023

    By applying to one of the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation's (KAW) postdoctoral fellowship programmes and scholarships, you, as a KTH researcher, can spend one to two years at a globally renowned ...

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  • KTH secures grants for national research infrastructures

    Published Oct 25, 2023

    Recently, the Swedish Research Council (VR/Vetenskapsrådet) made decisions for its call for Grants for Research Infrastructure of National Interest 2023. Of the 21 grants awarded, KTH is involved in t...

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  • “Your Friendly Nuclear Physicist” demystifies nuclear science

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    Elina Charatsidou, Photo: Victor Ajayi
    Published Oct 20, 2023

    What does it take to be an effective science communicator and why is it vital for researchers to participate in public outreach? Elina Charatsidou, a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Physics, beli...

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  • KTH Researchers Gear Up for Upcoming Forskar Grand Prix

    Published Sep 26, 2023

    In the Forskar Grand Prix, aspiring young researchers vie to convey their research in the most accessible and compelling manner within four minutes while facing scrutiny from a jury.

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  • Faculty Boards are built for the future

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    From the first of January next year, the new Faculty Boards will be in place for increased collegial influence and responsibility. (Photo: KTH)
    Published Sep 07, 2023

    From 1 January next year, the new Faculty Boards will be in place and up and running at each school. “We hope that a lot of people will take the opportunity to help influence their school’s developm...

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  • Review of special research initiatives

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    Special research initiatives will be overviewed this autumn.
    Published Sep 05, 2023

    Research centres, platforms, strategic partnerships, research infrastructures and strategic research areas. These are all part of KTH’s range of special research initiatives, and they will now be revi...

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  • Stockholm Trio Call for interdisciplinary collaborations

    Published Jul 05, 2023

    On 1 July, the Stockholm trio opened a new call for interdisciplinary collaboration between KTH, KI, and SU. To be able to compete for funds, the application must entail all three universities, be con...

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  • New LinkedIn pages increase visibility for researchers’ news

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    “When it comes to social media, LinkedIn is KTH’s strongest channel with the most followers. We use it to reach alumni, the business sector and students, and with more than 200,000 followers it seems appropriate to build on this platform,” says Martina Frick Isberg, Social Media Manager at KTH. Pictured here with Ulrika Georgsson, Communications Officer at the KTH School of Industrial Engineering and Management (ITM), who came up with the idea for the Showcase Pages.
    Published Jun 16, 2023

    To help researchers communicate their work externally to a narrow, specialised target group, Ulrika Georgsson came up with the idea of creating subject-specific Showcase Pages on LinkedIn. First off, ...

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  • 76 billion left in Horizon Europe

    Published May 26, 2023

    Are you interested in obtaining funding from Horizon Europe? Great news – close to 80 percent of the funds remain. Below is a list of each pillar and their budgets.

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  • Does your research need an ethical review?

    Published May 23, 2023

    Do my studies of people's mobility patterns on footpaths need an ethics review? Using RSO's checklist makes it easier to understand when researchers need to apply for an ethical review.

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  • Joint Research Seed Fund: The University of Manchester, KTH, and Stockholm University

    Published May 16, 2023

    The University of Manchester (UoM), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and Stockholm University (SU) are pleased to announce the third round of our joint research seed fund to support collaborati...

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