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PDRL at the Workshop on Systems Engineering Education in the Nordic Countries

How do we educate our students to deal with the increasingly complex engineering challenges that they will meet in the future? As globalization and systems complexity are increasing, so need the quality of engineering education to continuously increase, to come closer and closer to the evolving industrial needs. The Workshop on Systems Engineering Education in […]

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Professor Chuanri LI

Upcoming Seminar February 23

Tuesday February 23 9.15 to 12, there will be a seminar in room J1280 at BTH campus Gräsvik. The seminar is arranged by the Department of Mechanical Engineering at BTH.

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Massimo Panarotto, Doctor of Philosophy!

”May the force be with you!”. Well, not exactly what you expect as closing line of a PhD defense. Still, it mirrors very well Massimo Panarotto’s energetic presentation this morning at Blekinge Institute of Technology. “A Model-Based Methodology for Value Assessment in Conceptual Design” is the title of Massimo’s research work. It deals with the complex matter […]

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Prototype discussions in video conference.

Human-machine interaction in autonomous mode

How can automated machines and humans work efficiently in the same area – at same time building trust between each other – without any risk for the humans and without any unplanned downtime for the machines? That is the challenge for this year’s Volvo CE ME310 project with BTH and Stanford University.

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Robothon!

Under höstlovet passade vi på att tillsammans med Hyper Island och Molybden arrangera ett Robothon för ungdomar i kommunen. Ett 40-tal ungdomar samlades i Hyper Islands kreativa lokaler för att under en dag skapa kreationer med Lego Mindstorms. Några av lagen valde att delta i tävlingen som innebar att man skulle skapa en robot som […]

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Innovation activities for students

Innovation challenges and opportunities for students at BTH! To allow our students to dive into design thinking challenges, we arrange opportunities to do this outside regular course activities.

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Licentiate defense in Mechanical Engineering by Eskil Andreasson

On May 8th Eskil Andreasson, PhD Candidate, presented and successfully defended his Licentiate thesis in Mechanical Engineering. The title of the work is “Realistic Package Opening Simulations: An Experimental Mechanics and Physics Based Approach”. The Holy Grail for any designer is to be able to determine the correctness and efficiency of a design before the […]

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