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The Royal Institute of Technology is a university in Stockholm, Sweden. KTH was founded in 1827 as Sweden's first polytechnic and is one of Scandinavia's largest institutions of higher education in technology. KTH accounts for one-third of Sweden's technical research and engineering education capacity at university level. KTH offers programmes leading to a Master of Architecture, Master of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, licentiate or doctoral degree. The university also offers a technical preparatory programme for non-scientists and further education.There are a total of just over 14 000 full-year equivalent undergraduate students, more than 1700 active postgraduate students and 4600 full-time-equivalent employees. KTH is one of the leading technical universities in Europe and highly respected worldwide, especially in the domains of technology and natural science. Wikipedia.

Briat C.,KTH Royal Institute of Technology
IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control | Year: 2011

The Jensen's inequality plays a crucial role in the analysis of time-delay and sampled-data systems. Its conservatism is studied through the use of the Grüss Inequality. It has been reported in the literature that fragmentation (or partitioning) schemes allow to empirically improve the results. We prove here that the Jensen's gap can be made arbitrarily small provided that the order of uniform fragmentation is chosen sufficiently large. Nonuniform fragmentation schemes are also shown to speed up the convergence in certain cases. Finally, a family of bounds is characterized and a comparison with other bounds of the literature is provided. It is shown that the other bounds are equivalent to Jensen's and that they exhibit interesting well-posedness and linearity properties which can be exploited to obtain better numerical results. © 2011 IEEE.

Wiklund M.,KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Lab on a Chip - Miniaturisation for Chemistry and Biology | Year: 2012

Manipulation of biological cells by acoustic radiation forces is often motivated by its improved biocompatibility relative to alternative available methods. On the other hand, it is well known that acoustic exposure is capable of causing damage to tissue or cells, primarily due to heating or cavitation effects. Therefore, it is important to define safety guidelines for the design and operation of the utilized devices. This tutorial discusses the biocompatibility of devices designed for acoustic manipulation of mammalian cells, and different methods for quantifying the cell viability in such devices. © 2012 The Royal Society of Chemistry.

Lourdudoss S.,KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science | Year: 2012

This article reviews the major achievements in recent years on heteroepitaxy and selective area heteroepitaxy that are relevant to silicon photonics. Material aspects are given due importance without trying to cover all kinds of devices. Under heteroepitaxy several systems based on GaAs, InP and GaSb and their related materials and dilute III-nitrides all on Si substrates are covered and assessed. Quantum dot and quantum well lasers are taken as device examples. The potential of the emerging SnGeSi/Si system is highlighted. Under selective area heteroepitaxy, growth of InP from SiO 2 trenches in Si and epitaxial lateral overgrowth of InP on silicon are exemplified as the potential routes for monolithic integration on silicon. The expected trends and anticipated advances are indicated. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Moberg C.,KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition | Year: 2013

Two views: The mechanism of the conjugate addition of linear aldehydes to nitro olefins has been investigated by two research groups. In spite of extensive experimental data, important questions remain unanswered (see scheme; TMS=trimethylsilyl, En=enamine). Copyright © 2013 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

Moberg C.,KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Angewandte Chemie - International Edition | Year: 2011

Same difference: Berry pseutorotation (BPR) and Ugi turnstile rotation, which are generally treated as two distinctly different mechanisms for rearrangement of trigonal-bipyramidal structures, have been shown to be equivalent. Alternative mechanisms consist of sequences of pseudorotations proceeding in a single step. Copyright © 2011 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.

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