The 2023 Swedish Communication Technologies Workshop (Swe-CTW 2023) will be held at KTH Kista in Stockholm on September 27-28.

Swe-CTW started at KTH in 2011 and is now coming back! Swe-CTW 2023 will bring together researchers and research students in the general areas of communication technologies. The main goals are networking among Swedish scientists and students, and sharing of research insights between people working in different fields.


The workshop has a small registration fee to cover lunch, dinner (optional), and fika. The registration deadline has now passed, and we are happy that 100 people are attending.

The symposium is supported by the Tage Erlander Prize through the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and also supported by Digital Futures.

Program at a glance

  • September 27 (afternoon):
    • Student presentations: Short-listed papers for the IEEE Sweden VT-COM-IT Joint Chapter Best Student Conference/Journal Paper Awards (http://site.ieee.org/sweden-vtcomit/best-student-paper-award)
    • Poster presentations: Anyone can present their recent work in a poster session.
    • Inspirational lecture on the future of our research areas
  • September 28: Wireless Future Symposium
    • Keynote speakers:
      1. Deniz Gunduz (Generative AI for Wireless Communication)
      2. Liesbet Van Der Perre (Remote IoT nodes: in need of a flying doctor?)
      3. Luca Sanguinetti (Holographic MIMO Communications: What is the benefit of closely spaced antennas?)
      4. Fredrik Tufvesson (Channel modeling for 6G)
      5. Henk Wymeersch (Radio localization and sensing)
      6. Jakob Hoydis (Differentiable Tools for Digital Twin Networks)
    • Wireless Future Live podcast recording
      Panel discussion led by Erik G. Larsson and Emil Björnson
    • Workshop Dinner

Previous workshops

The workshop is based on the previous Swe-CTW held in Stockholm 2011, Lund 2012, Göteborg 2013, Västerås 2014, Karlstad 2015, Sundsvall 2016Göteborg 2017,  Linköping 2018, Lund 2019, Virtual 2020-2022 and modeled on similar successful events in Denmark and Australia, emphasizing the active participation of young researchers and research students. In addition, over the years, the aim of the workshop has been to have two tutorials.