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KTH ROYAL INSTITUTE

OF TECHNOLOGY

School of Architecture and the


Built Environment
School of Architecture and the Built
Environment

How cities, infrastructure and buildings


should be designed and built to provide:
• A sustainable and good living environment
• Good development conditions for business.

• 3000 undergraduate/graduate students and


150 PhD students
• 700 employees
• Seven departments and six research
centres
The school’s organisation
School Executive
Administration - Group
Dean and Vice Dean
Dean’s Office och
Education Office Strategic Council

Architecture Sustainable development,


Environmental science and
Engineering
Civil and Architectural
Engineering
Urban Planning and
Environment
Real Estate and
Construction Management

Transport Science
Philosophy and History

Centre for
Centre for Centre for Centre for Centre for
Sustainable Road 2
Transport Traffic Sustainable Banking and
Built Science
Studies Research Communication Finance
Envirionment
The school in numbers

• 700 empolyees
• 75 professors
• 70 lecturers
• 100 researchers
• 150 doctoral students
• 3000 undergraduate and
graduate students
• 60 administrative staff
Faculty – Gender balance (2014)

79 Professors
64 men, 15 women

57 Associate professors
35 men, 22 women

70 Lecturers
44 men, 26 women
Our profile – How we differ from other
schools at KTH

• Out broad academic range.


School of Architecture and Built Environment is unique
among KTH’s schools in that we work with both the natural
sciences and technology and with the social sciences and
the humanities.

• The school has excellent contacts within research,


business and the public sector, a strong tradition of
contract education, and continual and well-organized
contacts with professional organizations about the content
and development of our educational programs.
Undergraduate and Graduate Education
Degree Programme in Architecture (300 credits, 5 years)

Master of Science in Engineering (300 credits, 5 years)


• Civil Engineering and Urban Management

Bachelor of Science (180 credits, 3 years)


• Real Estate and finance
• Property Development and Agency

Bachelor of Science in Engineering (180 credits, 3 years)


• Constructional Engineering and Design

University diploma (120 credits, 2 years)


• Construction Management

• 9 Master programmes

• 8 Doctoral programmes
Master programmes

Two-year programmes (120 credits):


• Architecture
• Civil and Architectural Engineering
• Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Infrastructure
• Real Estate and Construction Management
• Sustainable Urban Planning and Design
• Sustainable Technology
• Transport and Geoinformation Technology
• Environmental Engineering (Joint programme - Nordic 5 tech)

One-year programmes (60 credits):


• Urbanism studies
• Architectural Lighting and Design

The medium of instruction on all Master’s programmes is English


Students – Gender balance (2014)
Men Women
Architect 38 70
Civil Engineering 96 63
and Urban
Management
Real Estate and 26 17
finance

Property 20 21
Development and
Agency

Constructional 109 56
Engineering and
Design
Construction 35 11
Management (2
years)
First choice applicants/Admission points
(2014)
Applicants Admissions
point
Architect 894 BI: 21.78, BII: 22.10,
HP: 1.70, AU:765
Civil Engineering and 278 B1: 19.10 B2: 19.95
Urban Management HP: 1.30
Real Estate and 176 B1: 19.75 B2: 20.00
finance HP: 1.40

Property Development 153 B1: 18.60 B2: 19.42


and Agency HP: 1.20

Constructional 251 B1: 16.40 B2: 17.00


Engineering and HP: 0.95
Design
Construction 83 B1: 15.35 B2: 15.13
Management (2 years) HP: 0.50
Research

• 1300 research projects (72 EU financed projects)

• Philosophy, History and Transport Science got the highest


rates (5, 5, 5) in RAE 2012
Seafarm – Macro algae

• Need to find alternative ways to produce energy and materials


than using fossil resources.

• Algae is being upgraded from an environmental problem to a


valuable natural resource and raw material.

• Technology making algae blooms a source of energy, food,


medicine and more.

• The goal is to use the full potential


of the algae.
Urbanization and climate
• By 2030, the world’s urban population will increase by another 2
billion.
• The extent and impact of such rapid urbanization have received
relatively little scientific study.
• KTH-researchers have developed a technique for quick, simple
and cost-effective mapping of worldwide urban growth and its
environmental impact.
Transport in smart cities

• Personal Transport Advisor: an integrated


platform of mobility patterns for Smart
Cities to enable demand-adaptive
transportation system

• Make it possible for travellers to make


travel priorities and choice for route
and modality.
Rational training. Scientific methods of
exercise in cross country skiing

The aim is to study the ways in which scientific training methods have been
created and motivated, 1940 – 1970. What impact these methods have had
among the athletes and coaches in elite cross country skiing.

• When, where and how were scientific training methods introduced?


• What purpose did the researchers have to pursue this direction of research?
• How did the scientific results affect the practice of elite cross country skiers
and coaches?
• How did scientists and practitioners follow up and secure the results of
scientific training?
Researchers
Moving a city – Exemple of co-operation

Göran Cars, Professor in Urban Planning, is working with the


Kiruna city transformation. The mine beneath the city is
causing the formation of fissures, which is why parts of the
city are being moved 3 km to the east.

Several experts in real estate economics,


land law and urban planning from
the School of Architecture and the
Built Environment have participated in the
project.
Co-operation

Systematic cooperation with the business sector and society


is a priority area.

• The school has har 18 adjunct professors.

• Samhällsbyggnadslänken. A forum for co-operation


between academia and the business and the public sector.

• Strategic partnership with Skanska. To raise the quality of


our research and education programmes.
On the agenda

• Development of the Civil Engineering and Urban


Management programme

• Centre for Construction Efficiency

• Professorship in Property Management

• Investigation Construction Managemant, University


diploma, 2 years

• Försvarshögskolan