Invitation to a two-day workshop on innovation

BTH in collaboration with Creative Traditional Companies Corporation invites you to take part in a 2 days hand-on workshop with real-time feedback from trainers and pros. We give you the opportunity to explore ways to reinvent your idea or start-up or small-medium business to keep your edge in the market. Top 4 reasons why you […]

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Sweden´s first PhD student course with focus on ageing and digitalization

Sweden´s  first course for PhD students which focuses on gerontechnology; ageing and digitalization, has now started at BTH. The course has been designed by researchers at BTH in collaboration with other universities and the course attracts PhD students from all over the country. About six months ago, BTH received an assignment from the National Graduate […]

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BTH launches its largest research project ever

Now one of the largest research projects ever starts at Blekinge Institute of Tehcnology, BTH. Researchers at Software Engineering Research and Education Lab will, during eight years, collaborate with eleven software companies to make them more competitive. On October 1st, a kick-off was held at Telia Company’s head quarters in Stockholm. The aim of the […]

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October

So, a month has passed since I started as the Vice-Chancellor for BTH. I have of course many impressions and a lot to talk about. But I choose to focus on one thing that has stuck on my head right now. It is grounded in the employer’s survey that was performed in May this year. […]

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BTH launches its largest research project ever

Now one of the largest research projects ever starts at Blekinge Institute of Tehcnology, BTH. Researchers at Software Engineering Research and Education Lab will, during eight years, collaborate with eleven software companies to make them more competitive. On October 1st, a kick-off is held at Telia Company’s head quarters in Stockholm. The aim of the […]

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Meet BTH at reseachers´night

Today, September 28, it’s European Researchers’ Night. Discover science, meet researchers, and enjoy yourself on this Europe-wide public event dedicated to popular science and fun learning.  The last Friday of September has been designated European Researchers’ Night by the European Commission. Across Sweden and all over Europe hundreds of activities are organised to show members of the public […]

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Ingvar Gustavsson gets award of excellence for efforts in engineering education

BTH professor Ingvar Gustavsson is posthumously awarded the Maffioli Award of Excellence for developing teaching and learning in engineering education. It is the European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI) that every year acknowledges an individual teacher, or a team of teachers, who has made a systematic and extraordinary effort to develop learning and teaching within […]

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September

So, my first week at BTH is over. It has been characterized by many new meetings and impressions, and quite a few interviews and photo sessions. It has been a lot of fun to meet all new students and my new coworkers. I am thankful to all I have met so far for the positive […]

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Guest Researcher from Indonesia visits BTH

Dr. Tubagus Maulana Kusuma from Gunadarma University recently visited BTH and the Department of Creative Technologies. The visit is part of a research collaboration under the World Class Professor (WCP) programme of the Directorate General of Science and Technology Resource and Higher Education, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of Indonesia.  Dr. Tubagus Kusuma […]

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Collaborative programmes attract talented Indian students

BTH has a successful collaboration with Indian universities. The concept is called collaborative programmes, which means that enrolled students will have mandatory education both in India and in Sweden to finalize their degree. This summer, 154 students are admitted to the collaborative programmes. 50 students are enrolled in the 5-year integrated double degree Master’s programme […]

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