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  • A summer event at EGI – in real life

    Brännboll players
    A brännboll session at Uggleviksparken where both faculty and students participated.
    Published Jun 20, 2022

    After two years of pandemic and Zoom happenings, the Sustainable Energy Engineering program was finally able to make the SEE summer event a reality. On June 3, the master students could enjoy brännb...

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  • Energy research helps boost heat pumps in the U.S.

    Man on a roof top with solar cells.
    Nelson Sommerfeldt is a small-town kid working as a researcher in exotic Stockholm.
    Published Jun 07, 2022

    Researcher Nelson Sommerfeldt is spreading the impact of Swedish energy research. With the U.S. University Michigan Tech, KTH now helps decarbonize home heating on a new continent.

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  • Refreshing visit from a bold new French master program at EGI

     French students visiting KTH
    Published Apr 04, 2022

    More than 30 students and program directors of the Master program in Energy Transition Management (ETM) , which is jointly offered by Emlyon Business school (among the top 5 of Business schools in Fra...

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  • We know what we should be doing to solve the climate crisis, why are we not doing it?

    Figure: Synergies and trade-offs between climate action and the SDGs Targets. (Source: Fuso Nerini et al, Connecting climate action with other Sustainable Development Goals, Nature Sustainability 2019)
    Published Apr 04, 2022

    Today, April 4, IPCC Working Group III has released its long-awaited Sixth Assessment Report. The report urges for system-level climate action and focuses on the transformative changes needed to achie...

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  • Apply for Ebbe Lyth scholarship

    Published Mar 02, 2022

    Call for Ebbe Lyth scholarship is now open

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  • An EleFanT in the air

    Portrait of Nenad Glodic
    Researcher Nenad Glodic. Photo: Anna Gullers
    Published Feb 02, 2022

    In the near future, the first commercial electric aircraft will take off from our airports. Maybe they will be driven by an electric fan instead of the conventional propeller – at least if the researc...

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  • Semida Silveira goes west

    Portrait of Silveira at an UN conference.
    Silveira has coordinated KTH's cooperation with UN organisations such as UNCTAD and UNFCCC.
    Published Dec 10, 2021

    She has worked at KTH for decades, not only within her research field as a Professor in Energy Systems Planning but also with internationalisation. Now it is time for Semida Silveira to continue her c...

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  • Second Young-researcher's best paper award

    Elena Malakhatka
    Published Dec 01, 2021

    Second Young Researcher’s Best Paper Award at the conference PRO-VE Smart and Sustainable Collaborative Networks goes to Elena Malakhatka

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  • The winner of Ebbe Lyths Scholarship 2021

    Christofer Kronström
    Christofer Kronström
    Published Dec 01, 2021

    Christofer Kronström, student at KTH, has been awarded Ebbe Lyths scholarship 2021

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  • SVT visits CoKitchen at KTH Live-In Lab

    Skärmdump från SVT:s inslag om CoKitchen.
    Published Nov 16, 2021

    SVT recently visited the CoKitchen apartment at KTH's campus. One of the participating students in the CoKitchen project gave SVT a tour of the apartment, where a total of four students will be living...

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  • New centre uses a system approach to tackle climate crisis

    Giant iceberg in Greenland.
    Giant iceberg from a melting glacier in Ilulissat on Greenland. Photo: Maridav / Mostphotos
    Published Nov 10, 2021

    Why hasn’t the climate crisis been met with faster action? In the newly-launched KTH Climate Action Centre, researchers aim to speed up the climate action process by engaging the whole of society.

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  • The SDGs hit hard by the pandemic

    Asian man getting water from an outdoor tap.
    Photo: Unsplash. Photo: Unsplash
    Published Oct 20, 2021

    It is not only humans who have been affected by the pandemic. So has the work on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. But, according to a new study, there also exists a silver lining for sustainabl...

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  • KTH students improve Spanish university campus

    Sign "Valencia" from the city, a sunny day.
    Photo: Reiseuhu on Unsplash
    Published Sep 30, 2021

    Over 100 KTH students have worked on creating sustainable energy system proposals for Valencia’s technical university. Each year the students of Energy Management, an international masters programme, ...

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  • KTH develops the future aircraft engine

    Foto: Artturi Jalli på Unsplash
    Published Aug 23, 2021

    KTH participates in a project that develops the future aircraft engine. "H2Jet" has received SEK 15 million from the Swedish Energy Agency to develop critical components for hydrogen propulsion with g...

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  • Francesco Fuso-Nerini receives teacher award

    Francesco Fuso-Nerini in front of a tree
    Published Jun 16, 2021

    He conducts extensive and pioneering sustainability-related education and research, and has started international collaborations spanning over many research areas. For that Francesco Fuso-Nerini at th...

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  • The staff will return to campus starting August 16th

    Department of Energy Technology
    Published Jun 03, 2021

    President Sigbritt Karlsson welcomes all staff back to campus in the autumn

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  • KTH Live-in Lab's presents its annual report for 2020

    Published May 07, 2021

    "2020 has once again been a very exciting year for KTH Live-In Lab as a research center", writes CEO Jonas Anund Vogel in the newly released annual report.

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  • Energy students present their work at the Legionella information day

    Jennie and Linnea
    Published Apr 30, 2021

    Jennie Lindblom and Linnea Persson, our 2020 KEX Students, have presented their work at Legionella information day hosted by Säker Vatten (an organization with focus on safe water installations in bui...

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  • Being relevant is key to dissemination

    Illustration of Björn Palm surrounded by houses and greenery.
    Published Apr 07, 2021

    The energy field can make large contributions to a sustainable future – which is the reason why Björn Palm from Department of Energy Technology goes to work every morning. Being relevant to the indust...

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  • Per Lundqvist - new Vice President for Sustainability

    Per Lundqvist, Professor, Vice Rector for Sustainability
    Published Mar 29, 2021

    Per Lundqvist from EGI has become the new Vice President for Sustainable Development at KTH

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