The festival, produced in partnership with the KTH Royal Institute Of Technology, was supposed to be a one-off event last year, but huge demand has meant that Tekla returns in April.
Tekla is specifically aimed at girls aged 11-18; the press release says: "[it] offers girls firsthand experience in learning how to use technology, and a chance to meet female role models in a variety of fields. Tekla tackles the gender gap in the so-called STEM fields - science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The idea of the festival is to make technological areas more accessible to young women. For KTH, the long-term goal is for more applications from young women."
Speaking about the festival, Robyn says: "Technology plays a huge part in how our society is developing right now, and it's obvious that technology will be shaped by those who want to be involved with it. But this is a long process."
The programme features dozens of workshops and activities in a huge variety of areas, including robotics, video games, music, 3D printing, space exploration, and loads more. The festival ends with a DJ session with Y + M, plus a live performance with Robyn herself.
Tekla 2016 takes place at the KTH campus in Stockholm on 9 April. This year's capacity has doubled to 400 due to phenomenal interest - over 1500 applications were received in 2015.
Registration for the festival is free, and is open between 1-18 March.