BTH researcher awarded visiting professor fellowship in Indonesia

Hans-Jürgen Zepernick has been awarded a prestigious visiting professor fellowship under the World Class Professor programme of the Directorate General of Science and Technology Resource and Higher Education, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of Indonesia. BTH professor Hans-Jürgen Zepernick is doing research in the area of human-centered visual and interactive systems, including immersive […]

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BTH initiates collaboration for more female engineers

Since 2006, BTH has collaborated with several universities in the Andhra Pradesh region of India. BTH has recently established contact with a university, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visva Vidyalayam (SPMVV), which is dedicated exclusively to women. The Indian university has e.g. engineering study programmes and BTH wants to support women who want to become engineers. This […]

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BTH researchers successful at Design conference 2018

  Researchers Sophie Hallstedt, Alessandro Bertoni and Matilda Watz were recognized at the Design Conference 2018 in Dubrovnik. Their research articles were awarded the prize “Reviewers’ Favorite” and ended up on the top list of submitted contributions. The 15th International Design Conference, recently conducted in Dubrovnik, deals mainly with product development and innovation. Part of this vast […]

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Joint project with Stanford University on future car fleet

Each year, BTH students have a joint project with Stanford University students. This year’s project has been carried in cooperation with Volvo Construction Equipment. Now, the students are ready to leave for Stanford to complete and present the project at the annual event Stanford EXPE (expe.stanford.edu) for teachers, businesses and venture capitalists in the heart […]

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BTH team qualified for the final in international competition

The team from BTH and two German teams, the University of Hamburg and Hamburg University of Technology, have been selected to qualify to the final of the Port Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (PEMA) Student Challenge competition, to take place at TOC Europe in Rotterdam on June 14. The team from BTH consists of four students, all studying computer […]

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BTH Students wins Sony Challenge

BTH students from the Indian university JNTU Hyderabad won the hackathon that recently was arranged by Sony. The competitione took place at BTH and the challenge was to  create new ideas and develop an application for Audio Control API within two weeks’ time period. The students of collaborative programme  between JNTU Hyderabad  secured first prize, where […]

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BTH research receives international attention

Fredrik Erlandsson’s research on how easy it is to retrieve information on social media has gained much attention in international press. The New York Times has written an interesting article on his computer science research, “Scholars Have Data on Millions of Facebook Users. Who’s Guarding It?” In his research, Fredrik Erlandsson has collected 280 million […]

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Kulvarong Kijtanasopa is The Global Swede 2018

Today, the BTH student Kulvarong Kijtanasopa has been appointed Global Swede at a ceremony in Stockholm. Kulvarong Kijtanasopa receives the award for her passion for sustainability issues. Today, 23 international students at Swedish universities have been attended by the Global Swede 2018 ceremony. The ceremony took place in Stockholm where among others, Minister for EU […]

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Indian ambassador visits BTH

Today, Her Excellency Ms. Monika Kapil Mohta, Honorable Ambassador of India to Sweden & Latvia visits BTH. It is a courtesy visit and the first time the Ambassador visits BTH. The Ambassador was given a warm welcome by present as well as former students and BTH executive unit on this beautiful day. During the day, […]

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Chinese delegation visited BTH

A delegation from the Chinese University Kunming University of Science and Technology, KUST, visited BTH yesterday with a view to discussing opportunities for in-depth cooperation in the form of joint master´s programmes. There is already a collaboration between KUST and the Department of Mechanical Engineering at BTH, including so-called “3 + 1 Bachelor” and master’s […]

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