BTH researchers in China on a material forming symposium

A delegation of researchers from, among others, BTH, Lund University, Swerea IVF, Tetra Pak and Volvo Cars discussed sustainable material forming in the car and packaging industry at a week-long visit to China. The symposium was organized by BTH, Shanghai Polytechnic University and Kunming University of Science and Technology. BTH Professor Sharon Kao-Walter and her […]

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New concept gives companies sought-after specialist skills

BTH has a unique concept that allows software-intensive companies to get the specialist skills they need but often are hard to get: Senior employees from companies are lent to BTH for industry focused research education. They work at the company while they are studying and after their studies, they are back at their company with […]

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BTH tops the list of paying students

BTH once again tops the list when it comes to students required to pay tuition fee as a proportion of the total number of students. It is the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) which recently presented statistics on the proportion of students at Swedish institutions of higher education that are paying students. All students from […]

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BTH solves IT and library problems at the University of Rwanda

When the university in Rwanda was transformed, the IT environment was far from optimal for students and staff. BTH has been working closely with the university to develop their IT environment since 2003. BTH has also contributed to the development of an IT-based research library. The former National University of Rwanda merged with six other […]

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BTH at the Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting in Washington

Between the 7th and 11th of January 2018, the Go Liquefied Natural Gas, GoLNG, project was represented at the 97th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting held in Washington DC. Dr. Lawrence Henesey, Asst. Professor in Computer Science at Blekinge Institute of Technology, shared his knowledge on the topic of Identification and evaluation of LNG supply chains […]

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Students from BTH helps Ericsson work more efficiently

-The possibility of studying, and at the same time practice what you’ve learned, at a company like Ericsson, that gives a perfect combination of academics and real work experience, says Hannes Alm, currently studying web programming. Hannes is one of ten students doing a group project at Ericsson. They are studying at the Bachelor programme in […]

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”You shouldn’t be worried by AI”

Outside, the snow is whirling heavily. It’s been snowing for days, and more of it is on its way. Diego Navarro says, with a faint smile: – I love this weather. I’m told it’s not very popular, but to me it’s quite exotic. Diego is Ph.D at BTH, and a multimedia engineer. His path to […]

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Where students and industry connect

Every year a job fair is arranged by the Student Union at BTH. This is a brilliant opportunity for students to meet and talk to company representatives and for the companies to recruit students. This year 21 companies from all over southern Sweden were represented at the job fair on BTH campus in Karlskrona. Students […]

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Unique textbook makes the students understand differential equations

Nail Ibragimov, professor at BTH, has published a textbook that is unique in its way of teaching differential equations for undergraduate and graduate students. The textbook is translated into several languages and is used all over the world. The book “A practical course in differential equations and mathematical modeling” from 2006 is used for his […]

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