Welcome
to
KTH ICT
School of
Information and Communication Technology
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
KTH ICT
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Annual turnover: 362 MSEK
37 Professors
3 guest professors, assisting professors,
adjoined professors
27 associate professors
335 employees
174 graduate students (>50% foreign students)
1816 undergraduate students (full time)
aprox. 700 foreign students
2 integrated MSc in engineering programs (5y)
2 BSc in engineering programs (3y)
2 BSc programs (3 y)
9 MSc programs in English (2y)
1 program Technical preparatory year/semester
Dean prof. Mikael Östling
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Key figures 2008
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Employees
335
Students (full-time)
1816
Registered students
5451
Graduate students
174
Doctor’s degrees confirmed
30
Professors
37
Guest professor, adjoined professor 2
Associate professors
27
Turnover, MSEK
362
Funding
Education, MSEK
133
Research, MSEK
87
External research funds, MSEK
142
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Research funding 2008
• Internal KTH funding
• External funding
• Other income
• Financial income
Total income
Of which commissioned research
80.0
106.9
32.2
1.6
220.6
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KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Areas of competence
Technology for
• wired and wireless systems
• the technical infrastructure of the
systems
• information and communication systems
• services & applications in the systems
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Research areas
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Materials Physics
Photonics and Optics
Integrated Devices and Circuits
Electronic Systems
Communication: Infrastructure
and Services
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Organization
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Centers
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Electrum Laboratory
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[email protected]
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Kista Photonic Research
Center
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iPack
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ADOPT – Linneaus center for
Advanced Optics and Photonics
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Electrum Laboratory
The most eminent semiconductor laboratory in Sweden
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run by KTH and Acreo.
education, development and production
of devices in semiconductor materials
integrated electronics and microsystems
in silicon
optoelectronics in gallium arsenide and
indium fosfide
power components in silicon carbide
serves KTH, ACREO and industry
part of the Myfab network
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
[email protected]
a center for wireless and mobile communication
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infrastructure for Mobile Services
systems for Mobile Services
bridning the technology gap between
service design and commercial
deployment
industry partners – Ericsson,
TeliaSonera, Huawei etc.
meeting place for academia and
industry
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Kista Photonic Research Center
a co-operation between academia and industry
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a joint venture between KTH and ACREO
a network of 120 researchers, PhD
students and technicians
coordinates undergraduate and
graduate education
continued education
international masters program in
photonics
support startups
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
iPack
Ubiquitous Intelligence
in Paper and Packaging
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an “excellence center” sponsored by VINNOVA
core technologies for integration of bio-medical
sensors, energy supplies, computing and wireless
communications on fiber-based packaging.
innovative products such as smart bio-paper, intelligent
pharmaceutical packaging and storage, intelligent
patient monitoring devices.
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
ADOPT
Linneaus center for Advanced Optics and Photonics
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research areas:
– functional optical materials
– near-field optics
– quantum information and quantum communication
– nanooptical devices and nanofabrication
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strengthen the competence and
knowledge-base in fundamental optics at
KTH and at Stockholm University
interdisciplinary projects and cooperative
research projects
graduate School in Optics and Photonics
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Education
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Engineering programs
Master of Science 5 years
• Information Technology
• Microelectronics
Both with international track
Bachelor of Science 3 years
• Computer Engineering
• Electronics and Computer Engineering
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Bachelor of Science programs
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Business Engineering
Information and Communication
Technology
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Master’s programs 2 years
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Communication Systems
Design and implementation of ICT products
and systems
Engineering and Management of Information
Systems
Information and Communications Systems
Security
Interactive Systems Engineering
Nanotechnology
Photonics
Software Engineering of Distributed Systems
System-on-Chip (SoC) Design
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Undergraduate students
Fall 2008
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Master of Science in engineering
Bachelor of Science in engineering
Bachelor of Science
International Master’s programs
Technical Prepartory year/semester
Sum
of which female students
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206
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680
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19 %
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Master’s programs students
Students admitted fall 2008
About 340 new students from 48 different countries
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Pakistan
China
Iran
Bangladesh
Greece
India
Sweden
Turkey
Ethiopia
Mexico
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Exchange students KTH ICT
2007
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259 incoming exchange
students
top-five-list
France
Spain
Germany
Portugal
Italy
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17 outgoing Swedish students
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Postgraduate studies
Four main programs:
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microelectronics and applied physics
communication systems
electronics and computer systems
computer and systems science
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Key facts postgraduate studies
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Active doctoral students
Newly admitted doctoral students
Doctor’s degrees conferred
Licentiate degrees conferred
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Research
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
The infrastructure of
the information society
Communication
& Cognition
Software
Information
systems
Services
Computer
Systems
IT Security
Electronic
Systems
Communication
systems
Photonics
Tele
communication
Materials
Device Design
Nano electronics
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Research areas
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Material Physics – Material Physics, Semiconductor Materials
and Functional Materials
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Integrated Devices & circuits Devices and Circuits
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Optics & Photonics Photonics, Optics, Quantum Electronics &
Quantum Optics
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Electronic Systems Electronic Systems
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Communication: Infrastructure and Services
Communication systems, Software and Computer Systems,
Telecommunication Systems, Service Systems
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Material Physics
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Material Physics, MF
Semiconductor Materials, HMA
Functional Materials, FNM
Professors:
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Ulf Karlsson, coordinator
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Alex Grishin
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Gunnar Landgren
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Jan Linnros
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Sebastian Lourdudoss
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Mamoun Muhammed
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Min Qiu
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Oscar Tjernberg
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Östen Rapp, emeritus
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Optics & photonics
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Optics, OPT
Quantum optics & quantum
electronics, QEO
Photonics, FMI
Professors
• Gunnar Björk, coordinator
• Ari Friberg
• Anders Karlsson
• Salius Marcinkevicius
• Lars Thylén
• Bozena Jaskorzynska,
assisting
• Gunnar Jacobsen (adjunct)
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Integrated Devices
& Circuits
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Devices and Circuits, EKT
Professors
• Carl Mikael Zetterling,
coordinator
• Anders Hallén
• Mattias Hammar
• Mohammed Ismail El-Naggar
• Shili Zhang
• Mikael Östling
• Sture Pettersson, emeritus
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Electronic Systems
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Electronic Systems, ES
Professors
• Hannu Tenhunen,
coordinator
• Elena Dubrova
• Ahmed Hemani
• Axel Jantsch
• Håkan Olsson
• Li-Rong Zheng
• Werner Zapka, adjunct
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Communication: Infrastructure and Services
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Communication Systems
Software and Computer Systems
Telecommunication Systems Laboratory
Service Systems
Professors
• Jens Zander, coordinator
• Rassul Ayani
• Mats Brorsson
• Seif Haridi
• Carl-Gustaf Jansson
• Gerald Maguire
• Mihhail Matskin
• Sead Muftic
• Mark T. Smith
• Björn Pehrson
• Gunilla Bradley, emerita
• Zary Segall, guest professor
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Largest external fundings
MSEK 2008
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European Union
The Swedish Research council
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research
The Wallenberg Foundation
Vinnova (the Swedish Governmental Agency
for Innovation systems)
Private companies
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Revenue for research
and postgraduate studies
MSEK 2008
• Funding
80.2
• External revenue
106.9
• Other revenue
32.2
• Financial revenue
1.6
Total
220.6
of which commissioned research
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Kista Science City
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The largest ICT-cluster in Europe, and
one of the top 5 ICT-clusters in the
world.
A higher density of companies,
employees and highly qualified
researchers than any other ICT-cluster
in the world.
A real city. All municipal functions and
service available.
Centrally located in Stockholm – the
Capital of Scandinavia.
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Kista Science City
And some 300 other ICT companies
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
Kista Science City
The central business district
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30 000 inhabitants
1 400 companies with 300 ICT companies
31 000 employees with 17 000 within ICT
15-20 new technology start up companies per year
Land area: 2,000,000 m2
Office space: 1,100,000 m2
Academia, Business and Municipalities in co-operation
www.kista.com
KTH School of Information and Communication Technology
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