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Global Product Innovation | 7.5 ECTS | PhD Course

Next course start February 201X. Formal Course Descriptor 2017 here. Application declaring your intention to participate and a short abstract of your research profile to tlr@bth.se before December 1, 201X. Background Product development in industry is getting leaner and leaner. Fewer large industries know more about a lot of things. The foreseen way out of the […]

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Quality of sandwich composites and composite-steel joints in response to fatigue, impacts, explosions, and design parameters | 2011-2013

Objective: Methods and tools for hull monitoring in composites ships, together with manufacturing methods for composites. These methods can be used for monitoring, at manufacturing, and for ships at sea, saving time in dock. Budget: 9 MSEK (KK Foundation), BTH 4.5 MSEK Time: 2011-2013 Partners: Kockums Karlskronavarvet AB (Thyssen Krupp), DIAB AB, and Baltic Engineering AB […]

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Measuring Innovation Capability in Teams – MINT | 2011-

Objectives: Innovation capability is important for industrial companies today in order to be competitive on the market. But the questions are first, how can the current state of innovation capability be known? And second, what need to be undertaken to increase the innovative performance? These were the guiding questions behind this research project being conducted at Volvo Construction […]

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A Directive Sonar | 2009-2011

Project completion brief: BTH-PDRL-Project-DirectivSonar-completed.pdf In cooperation with: Kockums AB Participants: Sara Andersson, Michael Einwächter, Claes Hedberg, Hideyuki Nomura

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Dynamics in Metal Cutting | 2009-2011

Project completion brief: BTH-PDRL-Project-DynamicsMetalCutting-completed.pdf Industrial PhD support: Sandvik AB STA participants: Martin Magnevall PhD thesis of Marting Magnevall: Simulation and Experimental Methods for Characterization of Nonlinear Mechanical Systems

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Design for Wellbeing | 2004-

Objectives: Design for Wellbeing redirects the focus of product development from technology-based development, via needs-based development, to participative product development and innovation. By adapting a multidisciplinary approach, involving health sciences and engineering disciplines, we are able to manage the entire development cycle from an initial understanding of users’ needs to studies of finished products in use. […]

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