Vice-Chancellor gets Sustained Impact Award

BTH’s Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg is rewardes the International Association of IEEE for his article “Two Decades of Array Signal Processing Research: The Parametric Approach”. The prize is awarded for the impact the article has had on developments in the research area. At a prize ceremony that was broadcast last week, and thus could be followed […]

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Simulates cyberattacks to find countermeasures

We can be of great benefit in the prevention of attacks and sabotage in vital societal functions, it is an important research contribution, says Dragos Ilie, researcher in computer science and IT security. Increasing computing power and the number of interconnected functions – many opportunities but unfortunately also risks of malicious attacks. Dragos Ilie conducts research in computer […]

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BTH Professor member of Swedish Ethical Review Authority

Lisa Skär, professor of nursing at BTH, is a new member of the Swedish Ethical Review Authority, whose mission is to safeguard man in research, among other things by conducting ethical examinations of research on people. – It is a very honorable assignment that is in line with the research I do in nursing and […]

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BTH Professor affiliated to the council for sustainable cities

BTH Professor Göran Broman is one of twelve sustainability experts in the newly established research and innovation group that is now tied to the Government’s Council for Sustainable Cities. The purpose of the group is to promote sustainable urban development and to strengthen the link between research and practice. -The assignment feels very honorable and […]

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Docentföreläsning Oskar Frånberg

Dr. Oskar Frånberg vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola (BTH) gav den 27 mars 2020 en provföreläsning för utnämning som docent med bedömningen godkänd. Föreläsningens titel var Säkerhetsaspekter på dyksystemsutveckling. Dekan Benny Lövström, Fakulteten för teknikvetenskaper var examinator för föreläsningen. Dykning är en relativt vanlig aktivitet som förekommer i militära, kommersiella såväl som rekreationssammanhang. Men det finns […]

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BTH researchers to head global interest group

BTH researcher and associate professor Marco Bertoni, is to head a global special interest group in Product-Service Systems research. Its objective is to facilitate the mutual interaction between the community of design researchers and industry. BTH researchers Marco Bertoni and Tobias Larsson are now the chairs of a new Special Interest Group with focus on […]

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We belong to a privileged sector

February and March have evolved into perhaps the strangest and most unique months ever. We have been forced to make decisions to impose travel restrictions and track foreign students to an increasing extent, eventually ending up in an isolation that permeates the entire society. The consequences have been quick to follow. Many companies and social […]

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BTH exclusive guest at Indian university conclave

BTH participated as an exclusive international guest at the Vice-chancellor’s conclave of all India technological universities that was recently held at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India. India’s education leaders and heads of the apex (regulatory and accrediting) bodies in the scene of Indian higher education, Vice-chancellors from sixty-five technical universities, and […]

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BTH on the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences list

Two BTH researchers focusing on sustainable product development are included in IVA’s 100 list for 2020, which has now been presented. The research projects on the list are judged to have the potential to develop into innovations, business development or other forms of benefit. Every year, the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences presents its […]

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Reprisals and silence culture

I often talk about the importance of feedback for an organization that has the ambition to develop positively. Feedback is crucial for both the quality of what we do and for the working environment. Unless the manager finds out how things work in practice and how employees feel, it is impossible to make the right […]

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