Internal news

  • Lecture on ergonomics

  • A Letter from the Dean: Organizational Changes Proposed

  • New e-mail lists available on the intranet

    Published Sep 08, 2017
    The school's e-mail lists have been revised and renamed according to a new structure in order to facilitate for those who want to reach different groups of recipients.

  • Welcome to this year's Degree Project Fair

    Published Sep 08, 2017
    All research groups at KTH who can offer degree project topics to our students are welcome to participate in the fair.

  • Welcome Mikael Sjödin, new at ELAB!

    Published Sep 05, 2017
    Mikael has been working at ELAB since August 28. Welcome to us!

  • Welcome Johan Rohyo, new at the Economy Unit!

    Published Sep 01, 2017
    Johan has been working at the Economy unit since September 1. Welcome to us!

  • Visit the new Student and Researcher Accommodation at Campus KTH

    Published Aug 29, 2017
    Date: Wednesday 2017-08-30, 12.00 - 13.00 Place: Drottning Kristinas väg 43

  • Attend KTH and EIT Digital exciting panel on Advanced AI user interfaces

    Published Aug 29, 2017
    Representatives from the industrial sector and the academia, moderated by an international keynote speaker and technical journalist expert in AI (Mats Lewan) will discuss results and challenges in the relationship between the fields of Human-computer Interaction and Artificial Intelligence.

  • GreenCup now for sale at KTH Kista

    Published Aug 28, 2017
    The environmentally friendly thermo mug GreenCup is now available here at KTH Kista, at the kiosk Amigo by Electrum's entrance at Kistagången 16. Although students are the main target group, staff are most welcome to buy the mug and re-fill with hot drinks in an environmentally friendly manner.

  • Great fun and good results at the relay race Bellmanstafetten

    Published Aug 28, 2017
    Last Thursday KTH Kista had three teams of employees participating in the relay race Bellmanstafetten, a fantastic event with several hundreds of teams running and having a good time together.

  • Welcome Alireza Farshin, new PhD student at COS!

    Published Aug 17, 2017
    Alireza has been working on NS Lab, COS, since August 17.

  • Welcome Daniel Lundén, new PhD student at SCS!

    Published Aug 16, 2017
    Daniel has been working on SCS since July 1.

  • Welcome Negar Safinianaini, new PhD student at SCS!

    Published Aug 14, 2017
    Negar has been working on SCS since July 17.

  • Welcome Harald Ng, new serviceassistant!

    Published Aug 14, 2017
    Harald has been working in Servicecenter since August 9.

  • Welcome Sara Khosravi, new PhD student!

    Published Aug 10, 2017
    Sara has been working at Radio Systems Lab, COS, since August 1.

  • Staff training: Presentation Skills

    Published Jul 25, 2017
    The lecture is aimed at KTH staff who in some way engage in oral communication. We take a look at how you can plan and execute different kinds of oral presentations in various situations, cope with nerves, and deliver your message in an interesting and engaging manner. You will get a number of useful points, examples and advice that you can apply in your own work environment.

  • KTH Kista at Almedalen

    Published Jul 03, 2017
    Mark Smith, Professor of IT Product Development and Anne Håkansson, Docent in Computer Science and researcher in AI will discuss Opportunities and Challenges with Smart, Sustainable and Competitive Societies today at Almedalen.

  • The integration of the schools CSC, EES and ICT continues

    Published Jun 30, 2017
    The President has decided (2017-06-22) that the reorganization should be focused on ONE school. The time plan for the work remains unchanged.

  • Our old IP-phones no longer in use as from June 30

    Published Jun 30, 2017
    As previously announced, the School is transitioning from IP telephony to MEX telephony from June 30.

  • Changes in Telecom costs for KTH

    Published Jun 20, 2017
    Three major changes will come into effect in the nearest future that will significantly reduce costs for KTH. Internal pricing changes for MEX (Mobile Extension) We are lowering internal pricing for MEX (Mobile Extension) as the costs and conditions have changed over time. The current pricing is 3120 SEK/year and extension. As the changes are implemented we will reduce the cost to 2000 SEK/year and extension starting July 1, 2017. These changes will apply to both new and current users. These major changes are related to the following: - A long term strategy to streamline the range services offered by Tele - An steady increase in the number of service users - Reduced external costs - Changes in the technical infrastructure The cost reduction for this service corresponds to approximately 36% A new operator agreement on 1 july 2017 (Tele2 Business) The first july 2017 changes are made to the current agreement that will result in a more favorable pricing of traffic and data usage over the next three years. Today's operator Tele2 will be rebranded as Tele2 Business. An additional news in the agreement is that it will include 1 GB data instead of the earlier 0.5 GB. This applies only to the MEX (Mobile Extension) extensions. The new agreement reduces KTH traffic costs by approximately 41% (based on current traffic patterns). Roaming within the EU/EEA (mobile phone abroad) The new regulations will make it easier for you to use the mobile phone when visiting another EU/EEA country. As of June 16, 2017 new legislation concerning roaming in the EU/EEA will be implemented. This means that you can surf on the internet or call and send SMS/MMS from the country you are in, to Sweden and other EU/EEA members at no additional cost. The aim is to simplify your mobile device usage and avoid surprises on your phone bill while traveling abroad. What is roaming? Using a mobile network that does not belong to your carrier is called roaming. This means that your mobile phone is switched from one telecom operator's network to another when outside Sweden. You can find more information here: https://intra.kth.se/it/tele/mobil/mobilen-utomlands-1.733888 This will reduce KTH traffic costs by approximately: 13% (based on current traffic patterns). Regards Lena and Ellinor at Tele

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