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Cyrille Artho new director of CASTOR
Cyrille Artho is the new Director of the CASTOR Software research centre. He’s lived in Japan for 11 years, where he worked on analysing networked software and testing together with software security. In his spare time, he likes to run in the forest close to KTH.
Her first poster led to a victory at the EECS Winter Conference
Han Xue, Division of Electronics and Embedded Systems and winner of the Poster Exhibition at the EECS Winter Conference. Tell us a bit about your research.
"I'm not done!"
Carl-Mikael ”Bellman” Zetterling, this year you have been at KTH for 30 years, how did you end up at KTH?
Students chose him as Teacher of the Year
Carl-Mikael Zetterling, alias Bellman, Professor and Head of the Department of Electronics and Embedded Systems at KTH, is awarded the THS educational award Teacher of the Year 2022. He is recognised, among other things, for ensuring that the education is motivating and relevant by using innovative lab and teaching methods. Big congratulations, Bellman!
Researchers found leak in cryptographic algorithm
New and better methods are needed to protect sensitive data from hackers. This is the conclusion KTH researchers made when they managed to break an implementation of CRYSTALS-Kyber, a post quantum cryptography algorithm considered resistant to quantum computer attacks.
The visit to NYC gave him new colleagues and new insights for his research
A desire to strengthen his knowledge, meet new people, and create new connections for his research led Corrado Capriata to a seven-month research exchange.
Mikael Östling is elected to ECS as the first Swedish fellow
Mikael Östling is back as a full-time professor at EECS in KTH Kista after six years as the Deputy President at KTH. As the only Swede, he is now appointed a Fellow of the Electrochemical Society (ECS). From before, Östling is also a fellow of the IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
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.
From implantable medical devices to spintronics-based systems
The use of new implantable medical sensors in the body requires new ways of supplying them with energy. Ana Rusu’s group develops smart and energy-efficient integrated circuits and systems towards miniaturized and life-long, power-independent biosensors.
Fast communication with spintronics is possible, models show
One step closer to better and faster communication in 5G and 6G has been taken. Ericsson and KTH will now evaluate the technology for two years, and the hope is to get closer to a prototype that can be used in just a few years.