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Congratulations Omsri Kumar Aeddula, Licentiate in Mechanical Engineering!

Omsri Kumar Aeddula presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Data-Driven Decision Support Systems for Product Development – A Data Exploration Study Using Machine Learning” in front of an hybrid audience of online listeners and physically present people. In all a crowd of some 50 participants. Omsri presented the context and motivation for his research and then […]

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Congratulations Sravan Tatipala, Licentiate in Mechanical Engineering!

Sravan Tatipala presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Sheet metal forming in the era of industry 4.0: using data and simulations to improve understanding, predictability and performance” in front of an interested audience both present, and via online, on Friday afternoon. Sravan presented the context and motivation for his research and then took the audience through […]

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Congratulations Martin Frank, Licentiate in Mechanical Engineering!

Martin Frank presented his licentiate thesis entitled “A Step Towards the Design of Collaborative Autonomous Machines: A Study on Construction and Mining Equipment” in front of an interested audience both present, and via online, on thursday afternoon. Martin presented the context and motivation for his research and then took the audience through research methodology and […]

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Congratulations Ryan Ruvald, Licentiate in Mechanical Engineering!

Ryan Ruvald presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Prototyping for Product-Service Systems innovation: Insights from the construction equipment industry” in front of an interested audience on thursday afternoon. Ryan presented the context and motivation for his research and then took the audience through research methodology and findings (thesis consists of a summary part and two individual […]

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Insert innovation: Strengthening the innovative capability of a large, mature firm

ABSTRACT Large, mature firms that during many years have operated in stable and predictable business environments tend to have clear, predictable and linear product development processes with well-defined roles and responsibilities for everyone involved. The ways of working in such an organization are much different from how entrepreneurial start-up companies operates, with a lot less […]

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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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