Berkeley and Sweden’s KTH signal know-how partnership

Berkeley and Sweden’s KTH signal know-how partnership


The five-year settlement focuses on laptop science, biotechnology, chemistry, mechanical engineering and primary scientific exploration partnership. It was introduced the identical week as US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Swedish prime minister Ulf Kristersson on a visit to Scandinavia.

“California and Sweden are hundreds of miles aside, however on the subject of our commitments to sustainable societal growth and digital transformation, we’re very a lot on the identical web page,” Anders Söderholm, KTH president, stated in an announcement.

“This settlement is a technique our respective universities can construct on the significance of US-Swedish relations.”

Alternatives the agreements opens up embody joint analysis tasks, conferences and workshops, school, pupil and postdoc exchanges in addition to exchanges of tutorial publications.

“Our college students and researchers will profit with new networks”

“Our college students and researchers will profit with new networks that attain extra folks and have wider affect,” Söderholm added.

The partnership additionally goals to increase the “traditionally shut” cooperation between the 2 universities, the establishments famous.

It was signed at a two-day convention in Might, organised by KTH in San Francisco, that explored expertise for the longer term, digital transformation and AI.

Analysis that will probably be expanded beneath the settlement will delve into constructing a extra sustainable society in addition to figuring out modern options for the longer term.

“We’re enthusiastic about increasing our connection to KTH to advance innovation within the curiosity of society, to assist researchers, and to extend world alternatives for our college students,” Claire Tomlin, chair of Electrical Engineering and Laptop Sciences on the College of California, Berkeley, stated.

“This collaboration is certain to deliver us nearer to a extra sustainable future.”


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