Welcome to participate at the Product Development Academy workshop at Lund University to build product development research in Sweden for the next 20 years to come!
Location: Department of Design Sciences, IKDC, LTH, Lund
Time: November 30, 2017
The programme will run from 9am to 5pm on Thursday, November 30, with a welcome dinner in the evening of Wednesday, November 29, in recognition of the start of the ENDREA programme 20 years ago. There will be a study visit to the ESS facility (European Spallation Sources) on Thursday afternoon (https://europeanspallationsource.se/about)
Target group: Industrial and academic participants in the area of engineering product development.
Cost: The workshop and the welcome dinner (on the 29th) are free of charge.
Registration deadline: November 24, 2017
NOTE: Transportation to and from ESS will be by chartered bus. After the ESS visit, the bus will drive participants directly to Lund Central Station. Those who wish to take a bus or train from Lund C can expect to be there at 17:30. The bus will then return the remaining participants to IKDC.
The Product Development Academy (http://www.productdevelopmentacademy.se/) was founded in 2016 in collaboration between eight universities. With the aim to build capability for the future of product development in Sweden through strong academic-industry networks, we continue the work initiated more than 20 years ago, which resulted in research programs such as ENDREA and ProViking, financed by Swedish research agencies including SSF and Vinnova. Lund University is part of the expansive Öresund region, with exciting science and industry projects including the world-class MAX IV and ESS facilities. Join us in a workshop on November 30 to continue our work to shape the future of product development research through collaboration and outreach!
AGAIN, WARM WELCOME!
The founder group:
Blekinge Institute of Technology: Tobias Larsson
Chalmers: Ola Isaksson
Jönköping University: Fredrik Elgh
Mälardalen University: Glenn Johansson and Björn Fagerström
Linköping University: Johan Ölvander
Luleå University of Technology: Anna Öhrwall Rönnbäck
Lund University: Anders Warell
Royal Institute of Technology: Sofia Ritzén