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KTH establised research infrastructures

The established research infrastructures are strategic and of particular importance to KTH and are initiated through a president's decision. There is a long-term plan for the organisation, quality development, financing, and generating societal value. The infrastructures are accessible to various stakeholders and have a large number of users.

List of infrastructures

Do you have questions or want to know more about KTH's established research infrastructures? Contact Malin Hedengran , Research Advisor at RSO.

These are the currently established infrastructures:


To ensure access to equipment and instruments in areas of strategic importance, KTH has worked on the appropriate development of research infrastructures, led by KTH’s Deputy President. Several criteria for KTH’s research infrastructures were established and can be found in the following downloadable document:

Criteria for KTH research infrastructures (docx 23 kB) (docx 23 kB)

These criteria demonstrate the importance of research infrastructures being:

  • Strategic, used by many, and open to different actors.
  • Subject to long-term planning in terms of organisation, finance, up-to-date skills, and equipment (maintenance of “state-of-the-art,” as well as their impact on and cooperation with society.
  • Subject to continuous quality assessment and development.