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Lindéngruppen renews sustainable development research collaboration

Publicerad: 2022-06-08

Lindéngruppen extends its cooperation with Blekinge Institute of Technology on sustainable development. The collaboration with BTH began with Lindéngruppen’s founder Ulf G Lindén – born in Karlskrona, Blekinge – who had an important role in the establishment and early development of BTH. Long-term strategic collaboration on sustainability More recently, Lindéngruppen has cooperated with BTH on […]

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Zoom fatigue affects young women more than others

Publicerad: 2022-05-05

A group of researchers, including Markus Fiedler at Blekinge Institute of Technology, BTH, has studied the phenomenon of video conference fatigue, or “Zoom fatigue” and concluded that both age, gender and personality play a role in how tired you get. For example, they note that young, introvert women are affected more than others. However, there […]

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Magnetic trains can be the solution to the fast ground transport according to BTH researchers

Publicerad: 2022-04-04

BTH researcher Henrik Ny urges Sweden’s transport politicians to initiate an independent rapid investigation that compares different future scenarios for high-speed ground transport. According to him, magnetic trains could provide the best customer benefit, be best for the national economy and give the least environmental impact. In addition, this could provide an export opportunity for […]

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BTH researcher awarded Sustainability Award

Publicerad: 2022-02-02

BTH researcher James Ayers was recently awarded the AASHE Sustainability Award for his licentiate thesis in which he investigates the efficacy of academic sustainability programmes in developing sustainability competencies among students. The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) recently announced their Sustainability Awards winners. BTH researcher James Ayers is one of […]

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Researcher receives funding from The Sony Research Award Program

Publicerad: 2021-12-15

BTH computer science professor, Veselka Boeva, was recently the recipient of the prestigious Sony Research Award Program, which provides funding for cutting-edge academic research and helps build a collaborative relationship between faculty and Sony researchers. Professor Veselka Boeva has long research experience in the field of artificial intelligence, data mining, machine learning, data analysis and […]

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BTH alumnus awarded prestigious elevation – IEEE Fellow

Publicerad: 2021-12-06

Trung Q. Duong received his PhD degree in Telecommunications from BTH under the supervision of Professor Hans-Jürgen Zepernick in 2012. Duong is now elevated the IEEE Fellow grade (the highest grade of membership) in recognition of his contributions to cooperative communications and physical layer security. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organisation, with over […]

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BTH leads world-wide community – coorganizes IEEE conference

Publicerad: 2021-11-09

The 7th IEEE Conference on Network Functions Virtualization and Software-Defined Networking (IEEE NFV-SDN 2021) will be a virtual event in 2021. The conference takes place online from 9-11 November 2021 and BTH co-organizes the conference. -It is IEEE’s premier venue for the discussion and presentation of research results from industry and academia in Network Functions […]

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Telenor Sweden’s CEO on visit

Publicerad: 2021-11-03

Telenor Sweden’s CEO Bjørn Ivar Moen recently visited BTH together with Andreas Kristensson, Head of IoT & New Business. The visit focused on how BTH and Telenor can collaborate in the future within the framework of the industry’s digital transformation – what we call smart industry or industry 4.0. Deputy vice-chancellor Andreas Larsson began by […]

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BTH research is world class – ranked second in the world and number one in Europe

Publicerad: 2021-10-01

BTH’s research in software engineering continues to climb the international rankings. The research is now ranked second in the world and number one in Europe, in terms of the number of publications in leading journals in the field. Software engineering is an area that is becoming increasingly relevant in society with the ongoing digitalisation. BTH […]

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Researchers get 24 million for creating more age-friendly environment

Publicerad: 2021-05-27

Three BTH researchers, together with a researcher at Umeå University, receive SEK 24 million for a project that will facilitate collaboration between different actors in the municipality in creating a more age-friendly society. – A starting point is that elderly care, spatial planning and the elderly themselves have overlapping interests in housing and care. They […]

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