Kent Salomonsson is a new Associate Professor in Applied Mechanics
On May 23 Kent Salomonsson held his docent lecture ”Aspects on semi-multiscale numerical modeling” at the School of Engineering. The lecture gave the audience an overview of numerical modelling techniques and their applications in a variety of different areas.
Enduring and exit strategies - new research on family business portfolios
How do family businesses endure over time and generations? What strategies do they adopt and what is the role of emotions?
New research in cooperation with Barncancerfonden
Each year approximately 70 children in Sweden receive treatment for brain tumours. Many of them suffer from long term effects, which may prevent them from participating in certain school activities. Now researchers from Jönköping University, with financial support from Barncancerfonden, will investigate how the participation of these children in school activities may be facilitated.
New research shows how the quality work within non-profit social service can improve
By connecting improvement work of non-profit social service providers with the organisations’ core values, motivation for change is created. This is evident from a new thesis from the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University.