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  • Four companies and JTH researchers in a full-day meeting at Thule Group

    About 40 people from four companies and the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) participated in the meeting at Thule Group in Hillerstorp about the research project IDEAL. “An important part of the meeting was to meet in real life. To make small talk and network as it has not been possible during the two years that the project has been going on, says Fredrik Elgh, project manager for IDEAL and Professor of Product Development at JTH.
  • The School of Engineering double finalists at international awards

    The School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) has been twice nominated for The Triple E Awards, organized by the international organization ACEEU. The collaboration project KVIST between JTH, Träcentrum i Nässjö and Linnaeus University, is one of five finalists in the "Triple Helix Collaboration of the year" category. JTH is also nominated for "Engaged University of the Year". The Triple E Awards take place in Florence on 28 June.
  • Focus on Pensions and retirement behavior in a new doctoral dissertation

    Amedeus Malisa, Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), defended his doctoral thesis in Economics, “Pensions, retirement behavior and financial fraud victimization” on 14 June.
  • She is researching the electrification of vehicles

    Live Mölmen, a doctoral student at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University (JU), and at the Smart Industry Sweden industrial graduate school, is researching a solution for improved electrification of vehicles, which would reduce global warming.
  • New dissertation studies how new technology can support patients in psychiatry

    In psychiatry, investments are often made to improve care, but whether or not they have an effect is only known to a small extent or not at all. The lack of both good outcome measures - to see to what extent patients get better - and an appropriate theory for how to pursue follow-up and improvements with the support of new technology means that psychiatry is largely groping in the dark. This according to Andreas Gremyr who recently defended his dissertation at the School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University.
  • Internet-based CBT treatment improves sleep, according to a new dissertation

    On May 20, Sandra Öberg, School of Health and Welfare at Jönköping University, defended her dissertation "The Hit-IT project: The development and evaluation of an internet-based complex intervention for primary healthcare patients with cardiovascular disease and insomnia". The aim of the dissertation was to develop and evaluate a nurse-led internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT treatment), specifically designed for patients with cardiovascular disease and insomnia.
  • 7.3 million SEK for research towards a sustainable metal industry

    Researchers at the School of Engineering (JTH), Jönköping University, have been awarded over seven million SEK in funding from Vinnova for three projects that will provide sustainable solutions for Sweden’s aluminium and automotive industries.