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  • Student project shedding light on the world's income inequality

    The Robin Hood Calculator visualisation tool is designed by KTH students to help you understand the income distribution around the world. By taxing the rich and giving to the poor.

  • Top three courses at KTH – and what makes them popular

    The application period for the fall semester of 2023 is closed. KTH's most popular freestanding courses within lifelong learning handle the hot topics of Python programming, ethical hacking and cybersecurity.

  • Designing video games at the world's largest VR studio

    Former student Hedvig Reutersvärd on why the most boring course turned out to be the most useful, what it's like to work at the world's largest VR studio and her best career advice for KTH students.

  • KTH Students compete to become the best hackers in the world

    535 teams participated in this year's qualifiers for the world's most prominent hacking championship, with only 12 advancing to the finals at the DEF CON conference in Las Vegas. The team includes six KTH students.

  • "It made me realise how much is in our hands”

    At KTH, we have devoted teachers who go above and beyond daily to inspire, educate, and mentor the next generation of engineers, scientists, and innovators. Listen to what a few say about moments significantly impacting their educational profession.

  • New internship course gives students valuable experience

    The course has the potential to impact not only the students' future but also KTH's reputation as a leading educational institution in engineering.

  • Students hacked cars – amazing results

    Imagine someone being able to unlock your car without keys – how would you feel? This proved to be entirely possible as students in Computer Science hacked cars.

  • 28 ideas that will attract new students

    A new initiative with 28 ready-to-go ideas for high school projects aims to evoke interest in technical studies. Prospective students are encouraged to write about social robots, brain function, data analysis and cyber security.

  • Meet the winner of SEB Tech Talent of the year 2022 – Celine Helgesson Hallström

    Curiosity, motivation and a broad mix of subjects gave Celine Helgesson Hallström, student in the master’s programme in Machine Learning, the SEB’s award for Tech Talent of the year 2022.

  • Jan Scheffel voted Teacher of the year

    "He makes teaching both educational and fun. His teaching motivates and challenges students to take their learning seriously and strive to be good students," his students say.

  • Johan designs next-generation mobile networks

    The former student's most valuable lesson from KTH, his biggest fear as a student, and most importantly; what it’s like being an antenna engineer.

  • The Degree Project Fair 2022 – a success

    42 companies, 12 research groups and almost 300 KTH students met at the annual Degree Project Fair at KTH Kista. It was bursting with energy when the students met companies such as ABB, Ericsson and IBM to find suitable degree projects.

  • Students design computer games in class

    Do you want to learn how to develop your own computer game? Or are you curious about what the market strategy looks like in the computer game industry? Maybe you'd rather create graphics? Then this course is for you.

  • Students given a crash course in disaster medicine

    Packing wounds, carrying injured people, and dealing with theatrical blood are not part of a computer engineer's everyday life. But for the students developing a game to practice tactical medicine, it is. At least for one day.

  • This is EECS’ contribution to ForskarFredag

    Friday, 30 September, is the time for ForskarFredag at Vetenskapens Hus. Representants from EECS will be competing in presentation technology, lectures in swallowable microsystems and presenting students' projects created in advanced graphics and electrical engineering.

  • How to stop cyber-attacks with honeypots

    In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber warfare, defending against human-controlled cyberattacks requires innovative strategies. A recent study conducted by students at KTH delves into the realm of cyber defence, explicitly focusing on the placement of honeypots – deceptive traps designed to mislead potential attackers. This investigation aims to shed light on cyberspace's most effective defence strategies.

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