The SAVE-IT students are allowed to freely participate in a collection
of tailor-made graduate courses. The courses are both methodological
and technical courses with a strong industrial focus.
Approximate two graduate courses will be given per year by SAVE-IT and
will all together sum up to around 35 academic points. Remaining
courses are collected from the normal course selection at the
participating universities, making sure that the amount of taken
courses together fulfil the local university demands for a PhD
In Spring 2010, the following SAVE-IT courses are offered:
Project Leadership with Technical Consulting (7.5 ECTS (högskolepoäng) at the Ph.D. level). In cooperation with the
ProViking research school
Instructors: Matti Kaulio, Associate Professor, Dept. of Industrial Economics and Management, KTH
Dates: 14-15 April, 5-6 May, and 3 June.
Location: KTH Stockholm and Chalmers Gothenburg.
Registration: See course document.
Registration deadline: 1 March 2010 (but the seats are limited, so please register ASAP).
Other recommended courses and summer schools
SAVE-IT students are allowed to participate in courses given by the research
school in Robotics, Automation and Process control (RAP) at Örebro
University. To register for a RAP course, please contact the RAP course organizer
The SAVE-IT students are offered to freely
participate in graduate courses arranged by the SSF-supported research
school ARTES++, the EU supported
network ARTIST2. The
ARTIST2 home page
holds information on some upcoming schools and conferences.
The ProViking research school is
giving a lot of interesting PhD courses. For more information, please visit the
ProViking courses home page.
More course information
For more information on the SAVE-IT graduate courses, or for new ideas
of courses to be given by SAVE-IT, please contact the SAVE-IT course organizer.