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Big data in focus for researchers and industry

An important part of BTH’s research is about creating efficient systems for the analysis of large amounts of data, known as big data. During two days around 30 researchers and seven companies have met to discuss research in the field, future challenges and collaborations. “Big data” is an area of great importance in today’s society, […]

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Volvo CE prolongs BTH research collaboration

Jenny Elfsberg (right) and Tobias Larsson with Volvo CE / BTH /Stanford team at 2016 EXPE at Stanford. Over the past three years Volvo CE and BTH within the Product Development Research Lab at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, have collaborated within the field of Innovative Product Development. This research collaboration will now be prolonged. The […]

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New research agreement in subsea technology

BTH and the Naval Warfare Center (at Swedish armed forces) in Karlskrona expand their cooperation in order to increase competense in the field of underwater technology. Among several things, an industrial doctoral student in underwater operations will be employed. The underwater area is a high priority by the Swedish Government to increase the operational capability […]

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Grant from The Swedish Research Council

BTH has received more than 4 million SEK from the Swedish Research Council to develop new ways of testing software for quality improvement. It is a breakthrough for the field of software engineering to now receiving funds for basic research. Software is a key part of our modern society and we need both theoretical understanding […]

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Fast chargers rather than electric roads

If we are to shift towards fossil-free vehicle fleet by 2030 we should opt for fast chargers rather than waiting for electric roads. This was revealed in a recent BTH-lead study. This new unique BTH-lead study has done the most comprehensive comparison of electric roads, and fast charging systems to find which has the greatest […]

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