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  • She reveals metal's secrets during 3D printing

    Greta Lindwall, Assistant Professor at the department of Materials Science and Engineering.
    Published Mar 25, 2020

    Hi Greta Lindwall, you have received funding from Vetenskapsrådet through the Röntgen-Ångström Cluster (RÅC) to do research on real-time tracking of electron beam additive manufacturing. 

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  • Extensive project grant awarded to MSE researcher

    Published Mar 16, 2020

    Greta Lindwall, assistant professor at MSE, has been awarded a grant from Röntgen-Ångström for a research project in additive manufacturing.

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  • Hultgren Laboratory climbs the ladder

    Published Feb 11, 2020

    Hultgren Laboratory at Material science and Engineering is now a so-called KTH Research Infrastructure. The aim is to strengthen important research environments with strong infrastructure.

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  • Prize for climate neutrality innovation

    Rutger Gyllenram (left) and Peter Samuelsson (right) of the Unit of Processes
    Published Jan 29, 2020

    Congratulations to Peter Samuelsson and Rutger Gyllenram who have won the KTH Innovations Challenge "Going climate neutral" for their idea "FerroSilva, the Iron Forest".

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  • International Seminar 2019

    KTH prizewinners Henrietta Isaksson (middle) and Hans-Henrik König (right). Another prizewinner from NTNU is on the left.
    Published Dec 16, 2019

    In November Assistant Professor Chris Hulme-Smith travelled to NTNU (Trondheim, Norway) with 21 masters students for the 2019 International seminar in materials processes.

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  • Inauguration of new synchrotron radiation center

    Peter Hedström, director of CeXS, talks about the center.
    Peter Hedström, director of CeXS, talks about the center. Photo: Tao Zhou.
    Published Oct 02, 2019

    The Center for X rays in Swedish materials science (CeXS) was formally inaugurated on August 14 with a workshop at KTH. Present were representatives from the Swedish synchrotron community, including a...

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  • Jubilee conference for Bergsskolan 200 years

    Bergsskolan was moved to Stockholm after an extended battle between those who wanted a more theoretical environment and those who wanted to remain close to the mining and industries in Falun. Theory was seen as the winner, but questions about how practitioners and researchers could work together remained in the school for a long time.
    Published Jul 08, 2019

    Sweden's first higher civil technical education turns 200. Bergsskolan in Falun became the basis for both today's KTH and Materials Science and Engineering. To celebrate the anniversary this year has ...

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  • John Ågren visiting professor at Northwestern University

    Portrait of John Ågren.
    Published May 13, 2019

    In the position as visiting professor John Ågren will be teaching Computational Thermodynamics Kinetics as well as performing research within the Exellence Center ChiMaD and Professor Greg Olson's gro...

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  • Bergsskolan 200 years – jubilee conference

    Published Apr 11, 2019

    Bergsskolan turns 200, which we celebrate with a conference and dinner at KTH 17th–18th of June. The conference involves two full days of lectures and other activities. Invited national and internatio...

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  • Most downloaded paper in materials research

    Published Feb 10, 2019

    A paper by Ziyong Huo, R. Prasath Babu, Peter Hedström and Joakim Odqvist from the Department of Materials Science, became the top downloaded article among all articles published in all of Springer´s ...

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  • The 2017 NIMS Award goes to Dr. John Ågren, Dr. Bo Sundman, and Dr. Kiyohito Ishida

    Published Aug 16, 2017
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