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  • Major investment in AI research at the School of Engineering

    The Knowledge Foundation grants SEK 12.3 million to the AI ​​project ETIAI within the research and education environment SPARK at the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU).
  • Rapidly growing companies can lead to burnout

    Every autumn, the most rapidly growing companies, also known as gazelle companies, in Sweden are recognized for their achievements and significance to the business world. These companies are seen as symbols of innovation and growth, predicted a promising future. However, behind the spotlight lies another reality that is rarely discussed: how are the individuals within these companies affected as they scale up their operations? This is what recent research from Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) at Jönköping University has investigated.
  • “Faster and better results at a lower cost"

    On 1 December, there was a results conference for the JTH research project IDEAL at Science Park Towers in Jönköping.“With these research results, we get faster and better results at a lower cost,” says Joel Johansson, Digitization Specialist at Thule, one of the industrial partners within IDEAL.
  • Sustainability in focus at this year's last JU Live

    Thursday 30 November, marked the final edition of this year's lecture series, JU Live. The speaker for the day was Thomas Cyron, Assistant Professor in Business Administration at Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Jönköping University. The lecture focused on circular economy, what it entails, and how various actors in Jönköping can contribute.