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New master students from India on campus

Today, more than 40 Indian students were welcomed at BTH. They are students from BTH´s partner universities in Kakinada and Hyderabad, and the students will  complete their studies at BTH – and hopefully stay here to work. The 47 students come from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Hyderabad and Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Kakinada […]

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When sustainability is in focus

The goal is to support manufacturing companies to achieve sustainability in their production. And the researchers have been succeessful according to the participating companies. Today, it was time to present what have been achieved in the big sustainability project at BTH. Today, researchers and companies gathered together in the Stosip project (Strategic, Tactical and Operational […]

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Tracking activity on social networks now possible with new research

The social networks on the internet are constantly growing. BTH researcher Fredrik Erlandsson has now developed methods that enable human interaction to be traced and to systematically retrieve information from social networks. In his research, Fredrik Erlandsson has come up with a method that is effective and accurate in terms of mapping interactions on social […]

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New semester for international students

On January 15, the spring semester at Blekinge Institute of Technology started and we welcome all international students. We are happy to welcoeme more than 40 new students from India. Blekinge Insitute of Technology has extensive collaboration with Indian universities. The students begin their education in India and coclude their education at BTH with a […]

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Smart shirt can save lives

Atrial fibrillation can cause stroke and the risk of atrial fibrillation and other heart arrhythmias increases with increasing age. A smart shirt with built-in electrodes that detects atrial fibrillation is now being tested at BTH. As the population grows older, the proportion of persons with atrial fibrillation (AF) or other cardiac arrhythmia increase. About 30 […]

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Successful BTH alumni at The Game Awards

The Game Awards Ceremony of 2017 was held in Los Angeles on December 7. Two of the nominated games were created by former media students at BTH. Every year the Game Awards pay attention to game developers and players from all over the world. This year’s award ceremony was held at the Microsoft Theater in […]

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European security project finale

Since 2013, BTH has been responsible for a European cooperation project in educating the next-generation cyber experts to prevent digital threats and attacks. Last week, the project ended with workshops and seminars at BTH for the participating seven countries. As IT dependency in the world is getting stronger, the vulnerability to digital threats and attacks […]

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BTH reached the final of the PEMA Student Challenge

BTH was selected as one of the finalists for the fifth edition of the international student competition PEMA Student Challenge. The other two finalist teams were from the University of Hamburg and Hamburg University of Technology. The theme for this year’s competition was “Digital Transformation for Ports and Terminals”. This year’s final was held in […]

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BTH collaboration yields sustainability award

BTH’s research collaboration with GKN Aerospace in their sustainability work yielded result. The company was recently praised for its sustainability work through the Award Sustainability Award. For many years, BTH researchers have had a cooperation project with GKN Aerospace Engine Systems to integrate sustainability into their product innovation processes. The company has now been awarded […]

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