Campus festival started the autumn semester

The first week of the autumn semester ended with a spectacular campus festival in Karlskrona. It became a party of music, dance and food for all visitors. The theme of the festival was the BTH´s logo. A specially designed scene with lots of lights made the evening a special experience for all vistors. The music […]

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Big data – important field for researchers and the industry

BTH conducts highly interesting research in the big data area which is of great importance for society. Today, researchers and the industry meet at BTH to discuss progress and future challenges. The research in big data, which is fully in line with BTH’s profile, focuses on creating resource-efficient systems for the analysis of large amounts […]

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Study paradise and secured job for Indian students

Engineering students from India are increasingly looking to Sweden and BTH as an option to further their studies. Sweden is considered a study paradise and the students can secure employment after graduation. As the popularity to study in Sweden grows among the Indian student cohort, especially those pursuing a career in the Information and Communication Technology […]

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BTH students studied IT security in Ukraine

During two weeks, four BTH students studied IT security at Lviv Polytechnic National University in Ukraine. In total 35 students from Sweden, Poland, Ukraine, Russia and Lithuania participated in the annual summer school in IT security. The project ‘Educating the Next Generation Experts in Cyber Security’ is funded by the European Union and gives students […]

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Construction work at the Library

The Library is closed during summer for reconstruction work; we will also get some new furniture. We hope it will all be ready in time for the autumn term. Welcome back in August!

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Specially designed app will help people with mild dementia

Blekinge Institute of Technology  is leading the EU project SMART4MD which focuses on creating an app designated for people with mild dementia. The app will help these people in daily life and give them a more independent living. – The research project has two parts; Partly to develop the app’s design to make it user-friendly, […]

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BTH honorary doctor becomes principal advisor to the Indian government

Ashok Jhunjhunwala, professor at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-M) Madras and honorary doctor at BTH, has been appointed Principal Advisor to the Minister of Power and New and Renewable Energy in India. Ashok Jhunjhunwala is a professor of electrical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) in Chennai, India since 1990. He […]

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Minister of Higher Education and Research meets BTH students at Stanford

The Swedish Minister of Higher Education and Research, Helene Hellmark Knutsson met the BTH-affiliated team at Stanford University where the students are completing their thesis work. The students are all part of the ME310 course, where students from Stanford University and leading global universities tackle design innovation challenges posed by global corporations. The BTH students […]

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Swedish AI society hosts workshop at BTH

Already today artificial intelligence, AI, is present in our everyday lives. It suggests friends for us on social media and helps us pick a TV-series we might like on Netflix. We have just seen the first self-driving cars on our roads and through algorithms computers can identify new tumors as good as, or better, than […]

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