Learn about space flight and burnish your resume with a certificate through this free online course led by history-making ESA Astronaut Christer Fuglesang at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Human Spaceflight – An Introduction, begins January 23 on edX.org. [ Bit.ly Link ]
This absorbing video is part of an online gallery dedicated to art created by machines, which was launched this year by KTH student Tony Larsson. The site, , explores the similarities and differences between human and machine intelligence through art” – such as film, images and music.
Jana Tumova was never a robots person – but her passion for mathematics and formal verification led her on a path to becoming an assistant professor in software technology in the Department of Robotics, Perception, and Learning at KTH. Here’s her story.
While there are plenty of robots inside KTH’s Robotics, Perception and Learning lab, none is quite like Rosie, who mingles freely with people in the lab’s offices, hallways and kitchen. Built by MetraLabs Robotics, the Scitos G5 model robot is the centerpiece of an international project to create intelligent robots for human environments.
A choir composed of KTH students performed Christmas carols during a Lucia procession that made its way across campus today. The processions are an annual tradition in Sweden, involving youngsters of all ages. The leader of the procession is crowned with a wreath of candles, in imitation of the 3rd century Christian saint, Lucia of Syracuse, who according to legend wore such a wreath to light... View details ⇨
The developer community HackerRank recently named KTH the 10th best school in the world for turning out students who can write code. The list was compiled with data from HackerRank’s worldwide University Rankings Competition, in which more than 5,500 students from 126 different schools participated.
Good news for KTH graduates – you’re among the most employable in the world. According the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Global Employability University Survey and Ranking, KTH is one of the 100 best institutions internationally.
On November 14, 2016, Sigbritt Karlsson took office as the first female President of KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
Her appointment makes KTH one of a select number of top ranked universities that are headed by women.