Swedish Production Symposium (SPS) is now arranged for the 9th time. Host for SPS2020 is the School of Engineering, Jönköping University. The conference is arranged by Svenska Produktionsakademien and...
Digitala insikter, inspirerande forskningsprojekt och lönsamma innovationer – det var några av inslagen under SPARKs årskonferens SPARK2019. Cirka 170 deltagare fanns på plats för att utbyta erfarenhe...
Jönköping University’s strategic research and education environment SPARK continues to develop in a positive direction. At the beginning of next year, as many as eight new projects will be started wit...
The Swedish Research Council has decided to give funding for two new research projects at The School of Engineering. One of the projects concerns the development of more resistant component coatings w...
Jönköping University and Saab in Jönköping have signed a strategic partnership agreement. The agreement creates an opportunity to work together on a long-term basis to develop education and research t...
A successful pre-study with promising results at the School of Engineering now turns into a full-scale research project. The aim? To develop new superalloys with an improved heat resistance and streng...
A new research project at Jönköping University receives over 11 MSEK from the Swedish Knowledge Foundation. The project is called LeanCast and involves four Swedish companies: Scania CV, Volvo Group T...
“For us, this will be the beginning of a more long-term and strategic collaboration with Jönköping University,” says Roger Blezell, Site Manager at Scania Oskarshamn, one of the four companies that no...
Jönköping University’s research and education environment within knowledge intensive product realization, SPARK, continues to work for strengthened competitiveness among the manufacturing companies in...
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