Information to visitors to

Material on this website is provided by Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) with the aim of presenting information about BTH, its course programmes, research and collaboration with industry and the community. At BTH, where the primary focus is on applied IT, the Internet is one of the most important channels to students, employees, companies, the media, partners and the general public.

By visiting and using this website you accept the following terms and conditions. If you do not accept the terms and conditions you ought to leave this website.

Intellectual property rights

BTH holds the copyright to this website and its contents. All images, illustrations, logotypes and brand names on the website are owned by BTH or its partners. The contents of this website may only be used following written consent from BTH or in accordance with these terms and conditions.

Visitors are entitled to read, copy and print out part of or all of the contents of this website for private use. Dissemination is not permitted without written consent from BTH. Information regarding copyright may not be removed. It is forbidden to change the information. All use for commercial purposes is forbidden. Press releases etc., however, may be used for public communication, assuming that the source of the information is stated.

External links

The website contains links to websites outside the domain These links should only be seen as a service. Some of these links are offered by a third party. BTH has no control over, and nor can it be held responsible for, the contents of any such website or for any products or services offered there. A link to such a website does not mean that BTH supports it or the products or services offered on the website. The user should check the rules that apply for such other websites.

The aim of and certain liability issues

BTH works constantly to ensure that the website is correct, complete and updated. However, typing errors, external influences and technical faults etc. could result in misleading information. This means that BTH cannot guarantee and does not take responsibility for the information being correct, complete and updated.

The quality of the material that can be downloaded has been checked carefully before publication. Obtaining information or downloading files from this website or other linked website, however, is done on the person's own responsibility and at the person's own risk. The visitor bears sole responsibility for any damage to or negative effect on data systems that results from downloading from this website.


These terms and conditions can be changed at any time by BTH.

BTH also reserves the right to change the contents of the website at any time.

If you have questions or views on the contents of the website you can contact us: E-mail to Webbredaktören.

Technical information about the website

Your web browser

The Institute's website is optimised for Windows and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later with a resolution of at least 800 x 600 pixels. With older versions or other web browsers it could be difficult to use all the functions on the website. JavaScript must be turned on in the web browser. Cookies must also be turned on if you want to log in to pages protected by a password.

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Brief information about server technology

Most of the website has been developed using IBM Lotus Notes/Domino R8, a combined group software and server platform. The site comprises a number of full text databases, some of which contain web pages whilst others are special databases, such as an address book, study manual, research database etc.

BTH own the domains,,, and .

If you have any questions regarding the technology you can
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This website contains so-called cookies. Cookies are small text files which the website you are visiting saves on your computer. During the time you are on-line and surfing a page this cookie is stored temporarily on your computer to find out the type of database search you have just made. The majority of cookies are not stored for a long period of time on your computer and disappear when you turn off your web browser.

On the BTH website cookies are used mainly to handle logging on to pages protected by a password, although cookies are also used to direct information to special groups and to check the frequency at which certain information is shown. If you do not accept the use of cookies you can change the settings in your web browser (Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator etc.) so that it does not permit cookies.

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