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Meeting on BTH’s new India cooperation vision

Publicerad: 2021-04-14

BTH recently had an introductory meeting with newly appointed ambassador of India to Sweden & Latvia, His Excellency Mr. Tanmaya Lal. At the meeting BTH presented its new vision of the Indian cooperation. BTH ​​​​​Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg presented the goals of internationalization and a new vision of the Indian cooperation. – Our new strategy with […]

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Marine engineering students gain skills in unique lab at sea

Publicerad: 2021-03-24

Today, another step was taken in the creation of an underwater lab outside BTH’s campus in Karlskrona. The lab will give the marine engineering students a unique opportunity to gain the skills that are in high demand by several companies. In a few weeks, the lab will be ready for operation and students can start […]

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Signal processing – enabling smart technology

Publicerad: 2021-03-10

Signal processing enables smart cities and self-driving vehicles, the development of pacemakers and hearing aids, automatic image enhancement, mapping of the Earth’s surface, weather forecasts and climate models. Even the altitude variations on Venus have been mapped.  Mattias Dahl is a professor of systems engineering and Mats Pettersson is a professor of electrical engineering. Both work with systems engineering at BTH and […]

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New Master’s programme for professionals

Publicerad: 2021-03-01

In January, BTH started a new Master’s programme in software engineering, aimed for professionals in the area. Of more than 300 applicants, 70 were accepted and these will learn to develop software where high demands are placed on efficiency and quality. In this way, they gain an in-depth competence within their professional area. This programme […]

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New course aims to make child health care more equal

Publicerad: 2021-02-03

Today, Swedish child health care different depending on where in Sweden you live. To contribute to a more equal, high-quality child health care, a completely new course was started this week, which aroused great interest. The course, which is not found anywhere else in Sweden, takes place at a distance for six months and the […]

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Welcome to the spring semester of 2021

Publicerad: 2021-01-18

Today, 18 January, a new semester begins at BTH. We welcome all new students. Although we cannot welcome you here on campus, due to the pandemic situation, we want to greet you and welcome yot to BTH. Today a new semester starts and we hope you will enjoy your studies. We hope your studies will […]

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Better results from complex measurement 

Publicerad: 2021-01-13

BTH is developing an expert research team in industrial economics and management. BTH is already strong in measuring the effects of change, such as political change, but the field of efficiency and productivity analysis is relatively new and BTH now aims to become the leader in Sweden and an important player internationally. “Behind a result, […]

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Six researchers in top in new worldwide evaluation

Publicerad: 2020-12-04

Six BTH researchers are included in the list of world top researchers when it comes to their career-long citation impact, according to data recently published by Professor of Medicine and statistician John Ioannidis from Stanford University. Professor of Medicine and statistician John Ioannidis from Stanford University along with two other U.S. researchers, published a publicly […]

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The story of Spotify guilds – the best article in renowned software magazine

Publicerad: 2020-11-23

A paper on Spotify guilds received the 2019 Best Paper Award from the IEEE Software magazine. Lead author, BTH professor Darja Smite, is honored and will continue her research on communities of practice. The paper “Spotify Guilds: How to Succeed with Knowledge Sharing in Large-Scale Agile Organizations” won the 2019 Best Paper Award from the […]

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Researchers support product developers in Tanzania

Publicerad: 2020-11-18

BTH researchers will study how people work with design and development in Tanzania. The aim is to increase their ability to design more successful products. The project is supported by the Swedish Research Council. In developing countries, a large number of people design and produce products such as window coverings, buckets, metal boxes, pots, etc. […]

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