Welcome to the Inauguration of KTH Center for Sports Engineering on 13 June!
Tuesday, June 13, the Center for Sports Engineering will be inaugurated at KTH Innovation, Teknikringen 1 in Stockholm. The mission of the center is to match all forms of sports with world-leading research at KTH in the engineering sciences. The […]Read more
UC Berkeley and KTH – expanding opportunities for cross-national collaboration
University of California, Berkeley and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden met in Berkeley on May 10 to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that calls for expanded educational and research exchanges across a wide range of technological fields, […]Read more
The Second Drone Challenge at the Digital Futures Drone Arena, May 16-17, 2023
It’s time for the Second Challenge at the Digital Futures Drone Arena, a one-of-a-kind interactive event with aerial drone technology. This year, we challenge the participating teams to move together with drones in beautiful, curious, and provocative ways. We provide […]Read more
Xylem joins Digital Futures Industrial & Societal Partnership Programme
Digitalization has the potential to create a more resource-efficient and viable society. With the vision to shape a sustainable society through digital transformation, Digital Futures, is now welcoming Xylem as a new partner. Xylem is a leading water technology company […]Read more
Does your research impact sports?
Sport ranges from elite activities on a global level in world championships and Olympic Games to exercise and wellbeing for all members of society. KTH is collaborating with both the Swedish Sports Confederation and the Swedish Olympic Committee around sports […]Read more
Open Research Days – inspiration and knowledge sharing at its best
Digital Futures hosted the Open Research Days on 20-21 April, covering research project presentations, greeting new partners AstraZeneca, Saab and Xylem, panel discussions, networking and mingling. The program on Day 1 included a variety of topics such as 6G Communication Sensing Computing, […]Read more
Scholar-in-residence Simon Knight focuses on how people learn to engage ethically with AI
Simon Knight is the Director of the University of Technology Sydney, Centre for Research on Education in a Digital Society (UTS: CREDS), previous co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Learning Analytics, and Australian Research Council, Discovery Early Career Award (DECRA) Fellow. […]Read more
Digital Futures HiSS Workshop – registration is open!
Welcome to Digital Futures HiSS Workshop on 3-5 May! Smart cities of a digitalised society are envisioned as cyber-physical-human systems of sustainable economic growth that enhance human well-being. The grand challenge for designing and developing smart cities is to achieve […]Read more
HRI Pioneers Mingle at Digital Futures – Bringing Together Researchers from All over the World!
On March 14th, around 60 researchers gathered at Digital Futures at the HRI Pioneers mingle event. The event was organized by Sanne van Waveren and Bryce Ikeda, the General Chairs of the 18th annual Human-Robot Interaction Pioneers Workshop, which was held […]Read more
Apply for Digital Futures Summer Research Internships Programme
As part of Digital Futures’ goal of offering training in the new Science of Digital Transformation, a Summer Research Internships (SRI) Programme was established in 2022. The SRI programme is directed toward students on the bachelor’s and master’s levels, who will have […]Read more
Chantal Mutimukwe: Privacy is also about power, and dignity, and to lose it may threaten the human being.
On 8 March, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. At Digital Futures, we have a number of excellent female researchers, and Chantal Mutimukwe is one of them. Chantal Mutimukwe is a postdoc researcher at the Department of Computer Systems and Sciences […]Read more