KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Division of nanobiotechnology
KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm is the largest and oldest technical university in Sweden. No less than one-third of Sweden’s technical research and engineering education capacity at university level is provided by KTH. KTH participates in international research collaborations and a large number of educational exchange or joint programmes with universities and colleges the world over. KTH has a track record of successful national and international project management and coordination and is at present (2014) involved in more than 200 on-going EU projects of which around 180 belong to the Seventh Framework Programme. Of the latter, more than 50 are coordinated by KTH. Extensive support exists at KTH to assist coordinators. The multidisciplinary team in this project, headed by Prof Aman Russom, is located at the Swedish national research center Science for Life Laboratory, located at the Karolinska medical university’s campus. Dr. Russom has an internationally recognized know-how in microfluidics. He has strong organizational and communication skills in multinational, multidisciplinary teams proven by his previous experience having managed and participated in 5 previous EU projects and is currently working on additional 2 EU projects as WP leader.