1 000 new international students, from all over the world, are arriving at our campuses these days. The welcome and reception weeks are filled with social and inspirational events for our exhange and master students.
The most exciting conference week ever took place at Chalmers on May 4-8, 2015. 40 world-leading scientists, including 13 Nobel Prize winners presented their research, took part in panel discussions and mingled with each other.
Our moocs are chosen among enthused teachers and researchers who are committed to inspiring and educating thousands of people what they normally teach to a hundred student on campus at the most.
Learn more about our moocs>>
Many people want to live their daily lives in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.
To guide people Chalmers is now launching the open online course Sustainability in Everyday Life.
The course is a mooc, a massive open online course, which means it is free and available to anyone in the world with a connected computer.
Learn more about the teachers behind the course here >>
As of August 1, Stefan Bengtsson is the new President and CEO of Chalmers University of Technology. After four years as President of Malmö University, Stefan Bengtsson is once again a Gothenburg resident.
By minimizing the acceleration of industrial robots, energy consumption can be reduced by up to 40 percent – while retaining the given production time.
Securing web applications is essential for a society that critically relies on the internet. In this dramatic-style video a research team led by Prof. Andrei Sabelfeld depicts their research on tracking information flow in web applications.
Secure web applications on Vimeo >>
Stefan Bengtsson has been appointed as the new President of Chalmers.
The establishment of the Chalmers Areas of Advance is a success. “Continue the great work!” is the message from the international committee responsible for evaluating the billion kronor initiative by the...
Outgoing President of Chalmers University of Technology, Karin Markides, will chair a new scientific council
to advise the government on green conversion issues.
Challenges open for students from all over the world. Compete for travel grants, IELTS/TOEFL vouchers, meetings with Chalmers representatives and more.