KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Since its foundation in 1827, KTH has grown to become one of Europe’s preeminent technical and engineering universities, as well as a key centre of talent and innovation. As Sweden’s largest provider of technical education and research, KTH attracts students, lecturers, and academic researchers from all over the world. In collaboration with wider society, KTH works on sustainable solutions for, among other things, climate change, energy supply, urbanization, and quality of life for an ageing population, which are some of humanity’s greatest challenges. KTH’s education and research spans an extensive area, in addition to technology and science it includes architecture, industrial economics, urban planning and learning. KTH participates in international research collaborations as well as many different exchange and educational programmes with universities and colleges around the world. KTH's collaboration with strategic partners within companies, public authorities and organisations provides students and researchers with a wide network of relevant contacts.
Role in the project
Development of machine learning models for the trajectory optimization of drones (U-Space) and aircraft (ATM) for minimum environmental impact,
Development of aircraft noise and aircraft emissions models considering sustainable aviation fuels as well.