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Meet the new members of the SCI newsletter team

Danai Deligeorgaki, Ph.D. student in the Department of Mathematics, and Elina Charatsidou, Ph.D. student in the Department of Physics, will edit and write articles for the School's newsletter.


Data-Driven Life Science

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Data-Driven Life Science within SciLifeLab is a new massive program, aiming to connect experimental life sciences with data-driven approaches. Sign up to the newsletter to get the latest news to strengthen the DDLS community at KTH.

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Jan Kronqvist, new member of the faculty at the Department of Mathematics

We welcome Jan Kronqvist, who joined the Department of Mathematics on the 10th of May as an assistant professor with specialization in Optimization and Systems Theory.


We welcome Denise Adorno Lopes

Denise Adorno Lopes is a physicist and material science engineer, working for Westinghouse in Västerås. She recently took on the role of affiliated faculty at KTH.


Interview with Ali Elshaari

Ali recently started as an associate professor at KTH. We asked Ali about his work challenges as well as how the pandemic has shaped his work environment.


Information for employees

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At the end of each month, the SCI school's newsletter is published. Read about important information and news articles.

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Impact at SCI school

SCI Case for support

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Safety and crisis management - important phone numbers

112 (SOS Alarm)

to reach ambulance, police, emergency services / fire brigade, poison information, on-call doctor.

KTH's Emergency number 08-790 77 00

for urgent events such as serious accidents, threats and fire occuring at KTH premises or affecting KTH.

KTH's Security number 08-790 9900

for reporting theft, burglary, safety issues and to contact the security guards in the campus area.

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