News archive

  • Irregular opening hours 1 May

    All service functions at Jönköping University as well as restaurants and coffee shops are closed on Monday 1 May due to public holiday.
  • Lighting design student on prestigious list

    Lighting Magazine has named Tina Wikström, current student at School of Engineering, one of the most talented and promising individuals working in the lighting design industry.
  • Students were challenged in technology and entrepreneurship

    What is the next step within the Internet of Things-technology and how can ISN sensors be used in new ways? That was the challenge 55 students faced during the week when they took part in JIBS Entrepreneurship Challenge.
  • Jönköping University boosts Swedish wooden housing

    In Sweden, there’s an urgent need for multi-family housing adapted for special groups. But just start building won’t do – it has to be done in the right way. Jönköping University is one of the initiators behind the research project BOOST, focusing on housing in wood and glass.
  • A better understanding of aluminium cast alloys

    Aluminium has become an interesting choice for structural components in automotive and aviation industries. In a new PhD thesis from the School of Engineering at Jönköping University, Mohammadreza Zamani has investigated opportunities and challenges on using aluminium cast alloys for different purposes.
  • A minute of silence today, Monday, April 10 at 12:00

    By reason of the attack in Stockholm on Friday, in which several people were killed and many were injured, a minute of silence will be held throughout Sweden today April 10th.