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Newsletter: Delivering innovation and getting ahead! |2019:06

With Stanford/BTH ME310 and EXPE 2019 fresh in mind it is clear that rather than trying to guess the future it is probably better to create (design) it! Needfinding, relentless prototyping and experimentation will allow you to rapidly build knowledge around a problem and find ways of moving forward. Volvo and the BTH/Stanford student team explored and deliverd […]

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Newsletter: Ramping up research profile+ | 2019:04

We did get the approval for the Profile+ extension (3 year / 55 MSEK) from the Knowledge Foundation, excellent!This means that we will further deepen the research in digital product development in order to support the transition to a sustainable society, and we will support our partners development of sustainable product-service systems suitable for the circular economy. Sharing       

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Näringslivsdagen 2016

I BTH:s monter under näringslivsmässan visade forskare upp några delar av BTH:s verksamhet. Bland annat visades 3D-spelproduktion (Stefan Petersson), 3D-printing och ”augmented reality” via Microsoft Hololens upp (Johan Wall, Christian Johansson, Ryan Ruwald, Tobias Larsson) och besökarna fick även testa den nya tekniken. Vid institutionen använder vi Hololens och augmenterad verklighet som ett framtida gränssnitt till […]

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Guest Lecture on Atlas Copco systems engineering practices by Magnus Fast

On May 12 the students of the course on Systems Engineering have had the possibility to attend to the guest lecture hold by Magnus Fast, product responsible for asphalt rollers at Atlas Copco Karlskrona. Magnus gave a really interesting speech about design and development practices, needs and trade off analyses faced during the everyday work […]

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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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