The KTH School of Electrical Engineering (EES) announces one PhD Student position in the area of visual sensor networks.
KTH in Stockholm is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. Education and research spans from natural sciences to all branches of engineering and includes architecture, industrial management and urban planning. There are a total of just over 14,000 first and second level students and more than 1,700 doctoral students. KTH has almost 4,600 employees.
The School of Electrical Engineering conducts research and education in the fields of electrical engineering, systems engineering, information and communications theory, space and fusion plasma physics, and electrical power engineering. 380 people work in this creative and dynamic environment, out of which half are Ph.D. students, many from other countries. Our research projects are carried out in close collaboration with industry partners as well as with research colleagues from Sweden and other countries. The school is responsible for educating engineers in electrical engineering and offers six masters programs, which are in great demand and have a close connection to our main field.
The Laboratory for Communication Networks (LCN) at the School of Electrical Engineering conducts world class research in the field of computer networking, with a focus on networked system design, performance evaluation and security. Current areas that our research covers are sensor networks, multimedia communications, cloud computing, and mobile and vehicular communications. Members of the laboratory participate in several EU projects and collaborate with researchers at universities in Europe and in North America. Our graduates are highly sought after by the IT industry, and are employed at research labs and companies in Europe and in the U.S.
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