Monthly Archives: October 2015

“Dancing with ambiguity” in global Stanford/BTH/Volvo innovation project

Late October, a team of BTH Mechanical Engineering students, and future game-changers, travelled to Palo Alto, and the world #1 engineering university; Stanford University. It was time for the kick-off for the 2015/16 ME310 Global New Product Design Innovation. ME310 is a course where a global network of designers, engineers and innovators are challenging complex real world […]

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Näringslivsdagarna 2015

Näringslivsdagen is a yearly fair in Karlskrona where business presents itself. Together with BTH marketing, Ericsson and the 10X Labs initiative we this year created an experience directed towards getting your hands on disruptive technologies that will change our lives in days to come; robotics, 3D printing, and immersive digital environments (VR – Virtual Reality). One of […]

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Hyperloop pod design day for students

It could be seen as crazy, or at least a little bit on the side, to focus time and efforts on designing pods for Elon Musks Hyperloop idea, or? The reasoning behind this can be read in “Why right now is the perfect moment to launch a Hyperloop startup“. At our research lab it makes […]

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Marine Engineering | 2015 –

With over 300 years of naval history, few other regions beside Karlskrona has marine engineering in its DNA to such an extent. Background With both the Coast Guard and the naval base in Karlskrona, it is natural that BTH invests in research in their areas of expertise; security, monitoring and identification, but also the management […]

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