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  • Five new research projects in collaboration with industry

    Jönköping University’s research and education environment within knowledge intensive product realization, SPARK, continues to work for strengthened competitiveness among the manufacturing companies in the region and the rest of Sweden. At the beginning of next year, five new research projects will be launched with funding from the Swedish Knowledge Foundation.
  • A step forward for the light metal of the future

    Magnesium is an emerging light metal, but there are still challenges to be solved to make the metal useful in a broader spectrum of applications. With her doctoral thesis about one of the most common magnesium alloys, Hoda Dini at the School of Engineering, Jönköping University, takes the magnesium research one step further.
  • Sharing design knowledge

    To adapt a product according to new customer needs, it is necessary to understand the reasons behind the design decisions that were made for the original product. In a new PhD thesis from School of Engineering, Jönköping University, Morteza Poorkiany presents methods to capture, structure and share design rationale during the product development process.
  • Patient accessible health records – divergent views

    Sweden aims to be number one in the world in eHealth in 2025, according to the Vision for eHealth 2025 from the Swedish government. In a new PhD thesis from Jönköping International Business School, Sofie Wass describes how patients and healthcare professionals experience eHealth, and prerequisites to realize eHealth innovations.