The course aims to provide advanced knowledge and hands-on experience in disturbances and variation analysis in manufacturing systems. The scope of the course includes advanced methods in process control, root cause analysis, modeling and impact evaluations of disturbances and variations.
Courses for PhD Candidates and professionals in the area of product and production development.
This course gives the participants an overview of and a common knowledge base in the areas of research of Produktion2030, with an emphasis on industrial product development and production. Teachers are recruited from participating academic institutions and collaborating industrial partners for each run of the course.
This course will enable PhD candidates to: · Describe and analyze the conceptual frameworks necessary to understand the foundations of the CE; · Describe current industrial trends regarding CE; · Based on a system perspective suggest implementation of CE strategies in industry and society and discuss opportunities and barriers in implementation efforts; · Describe and critically review the policy rationale for CE
För 6:e gången samlar PAD 2020 internationella unga forskare och forskarstuderande som för närvarande forskar inom metodisk produktutveckling med fokus på produktarkitekturer och modularitet. Veckan är fylld med praktiska workshops för att tillämpa delar av genomgångna utvecklingsmetoder. Det interaktiva formatet guidar dig genom sessionerna och ger utrymme för diskussioner och utbyte.
You will be contacted by the course provider to book the date (from Feb. 2021) for the course when you have registered to it. This is a wake up call for communication. The course gives you tools to be well prepared for communicating your research to non experts. We use an interview and camera to test your skills. This knowledge is useful in all communication, such as trying to convince financiers and/or companies about your project. But also for preparing presentations, interviews in media or teaching. To get a professional message bank in a concrete research project we recommend the advanced course - step two.
You book the date (from Feb. 2021) for the course when you have registered to it. Take the chance to sharpen your communication skills to be more convincing and successful in trying to reach different target groups, especially non-experts, with your research.
The course aims to provide a theoretical reference base for conducting research in product development.
The course aims to increase awareness regarding sustainability by addressing a life-cycle perspective of sustainability in general and in specifics from three aspects, social, environmental and economic viewpoints within the core research area of each participant. Performing effective sustainability research will lead to sustainable development!
Manual work affects virtually all times used in industry, even if machines are producing the goods, people are needed to keep the machines running. The importance of these manual activities is often neglected, for example set-up time is often regarded as a constant for a specific machine regardless product type changed to or from.
This course aims at facilitating the participant to learn the interplays between different areas relevant to Circular Economy - business model, governmental policy, product/service design, user behaviour, and supply chain management. The course will also support the participant to carry out and reflect upon his/her research with a transdisciplinary approach.
Research methodology in product realisation is a research supportive course that aims to give students a comprehensive knowledge of various kind of research methods, and in-depth knowledge of the methods that are relevant for the individual student.
This course is for you who want to explore the possibilities within the field of metrology and surface characterisation at different stages of development - testing, manufacturing, operation... Practical applications from your own field forms the basis for included course projects.
The course provides insight into production challenges and innovative production solutions at a large number of manufacturing companies that serve as inspiration and live cases (e.g. SSAB, Sandvik, Gnosjö companies).
The aim of the course is to prepare doctoral students researching and working on topics in the engineering design area to conduct research work of high scientific quality.
The course aims to provide a basic understanding for how modelling, simulation and optimization can be employed to support the engineering product development process.
The course aims to increase awareness regarding industrial maintenance and its importance for the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry. The course address a broad perspective of industrial maintenance, focusing on production equipment.