Upcoming and previously presented defences of doctoral theses and licentiate seminars at Jönköping University.

Upcoming defences 2022

Information on upcoming defences for 2022 will be published soon.

Upcoming licentiate seminars 2022

Presented defences 2021

2 February 2021, Jönköping International Business School
Thomas Cyron: How Organizations Incorporate Insights from Stakeholder Communication: The Role of Media and Modal Affordances

25 February 2021, School of Engineering
Tim Heikkinen: Extended Product Models Supporting Multidisciplinary Design Automation

12 March 2021, School of Engineering
Roaa Salim: Exploring the Content and Process of Automation Decisions in Manufacturing System Development Projects - A Study in the Swedish Wood Products Industry External link, opens in new window.

31 May, 2021, School of Engineering
Santiago Pinate: Control of Particles Codeposition and Strengthening Mechanisms in Nickel Based Nanocomposite Coatings

18 June, 2021, School of Education and Communication
Henrik Hansson: Variationsteorin i praktiken. Vad en lärandeteori kan bidra med till lärares undervisning.

10 September, 2021, School of Education and Communication
Lars Almén: One-school-for-all As Practice – A Nexus Analysis of Everyday Digitalization Practices

23 September, 2021, Jönköping International Business School
Sumaya Hashim:Women Entrepreneurship: Masculinity, Legitimacy and Well-being. External link, opens in new window.

24 September , 2021, School of Health and Welfare
Olov Aronson: Understanding the social integration of adolescents of foreign origin: Longitudinal investigations of inter-origin friendship formation

30 September, 2021, Jönköping International Business School
Shanyun Sam Lu :Managing contexts for innovation and renewal: Strategies of incumbent firms in traditional manufacturing industries. External link, opens in new window.

29 October, 2021, School of Engineering
Johan Jansson: Multiscale Constitutive Modeling of Heterogeneous Engineering Materials

Presented licentiate seminars 2021

4 June 2021, School of Engineering
Live Mölmen: Materials Reliability in PEM Fuel Cells