Societal and industrial activities call for a need to relate research and practice on Engineering Product Development to the pressing issues of sustainable development. In this course, we will address how various sustainability aspects relate to Engineering Product Development and focus on why, how and when sustainability needs to be integrated and implemented in the product development activities.
Courses for PhD Candidates and professionals in the area of product and production development.
The course aims to give knowledge of how virtual tools can be used as a mean to successfully realize industrial human-robot collaboration. The course also aims to give the participants knowledge in how a human-robot development project can be undertaken, considering critical aspects such as efficiency, safety and ergonomics.
The aim of the course is to guide participants through the journal publication process with their own contribution.
The course aims to provide a basic understanding and knowledge of research in engineering management of product development in industrial contexts.
The aim of the course is to increase participants understanding of key concepts, and to develop their competence and skills in how to perform qualitative analysis. The participants will develop an ability to judge and evaluate the choice of analytical method applied to an adequate set of empirical data. Furthermore, the course aims at increasing the participants’ understanding of the premises for publishing results based on qualitative data analysis in scientific journals.
The course aims to provide a theoretical reference base for conducting research in product development.