Facts and figures
ACCESS Linnaeus Centre was founded on a ten year Linnaeus grant, awarded by the Swedish Research Council in 2006.
The annual turnover of 10 million SEK makes it to one of northern Europe’s largest research centers on future networked systems.
The budget has been substantially provided through grants from The Swedish Research Council, the European Commission, the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, European Research Council, Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation and Ericsson.
Ericsson provides a cash contribution of 1,5 million SEK per year to the Centre. In addition, both KTH and Ericsson provides significant in-kind contributions to the Centre.
NSF sponsors the ACCESS EU-US08 Workshop on Networked Information and Control Systems, which aimed at bringing together researchers from EU and USA.
ACCESS makes research in four main thematic research areas, which are each lead by an academic coordinator. Projects cut across these areas.
- Data Analytics
- Software Defined Networks
- Cyber-Physical Systems
- Security, Privacy and Trust
Networked systems research encompass expertise in fields like electrical engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, information and communications technology, systems and control theory, network optimization and management and network security.
ACCESS brings together researchers from Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, and Mathematics and are hosted by the KTH School of Electrical Engineering. Our main activities are located on the KTH Campus, Osquldas väg 10.
Pursues collaboration with companies and organisations of all shapes and sizes, including Ericsson, Scania, ABB, IBM, CISCO, TeliaSonera, Intel, Global IP Solutions, GN ReSound, Interfleet Technology, Rymdbolaget, Swedish Defence Research Agency and United Technologies Research Center.
Enjoys partnerships with such universities as UC Berkeley, Stanford, CalTech, ETH Zurich, Tsinghua University, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Kyoto University.
Staff and students
ACCESS faculty consists of 38 senior researchers.
The Centre engages 23 postdoctoral students.
There are 100 active PhD students in ACCESS.
ACCESS graduate school offers approximately 10 doctoral level courses in networked systems each year.
Our postdoctoral programme admits 1-3 postdoctoral researchers per year within the fields of communications infrastructure, distributed management, networked services and signal and systems theory.
ACCESS Distinguished Lecture Series has brought 100 internationally renowned researchers to Stockholm 10 times a year since 2006.