Project-STOSIP

STOSIP Workshop at Volvo Construction Equipment

Illustration of the workshop results on how to promote sustainability in the organizations. The STOSIP research team and industrial partners from GKN Aerospace and VCE (Volvo Construction Equipment) had gathered together at VCE’s facilities in Braås for a follow-up meeting and a 2-day workshop, on 22 to 23rd November 2017. The event kicked off with […]

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GKN in Trollhättan wins sustainability award – STOSIP is one of the reasons

Maria Tornvall, environmental manager at GKN Aerospace Sweden, 2nd from the right, at the award cermony together with Anders Carlsson, customer responsible P&W GKN, and representatives from Pratt & Whitney. Pratt & Whitney, a leading company within design, manufacturing and maintenance of aircraft engines has appointed GKN Aerospace Sweden as the winner of the 2017 […]

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STOSIP research posters are here!

On October 18th the researchers from STOSIP participated in a poster presentation session at BTH. Over 45 international students from the Masters in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability attended the session. On the second half of the session another 18 teachers and 30 high-school students from Karlskrona and also from other five schools in Belgium, Bulgaria, […]

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Workshop Plan – Additive Manufacturing Assessment

On October 4th 2017 the STOSIP team (Sophie, Jesko, Matilda, Tita and Carolina) met to plan and test a workshop about: “Sustainability Assessment for Additive Manufacturing – AM”, which will be used during GKN Training Days in Trollhättan on October 18th. The workshop is part of the STOSIP project, its main purpose is to analyze […]

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Research team meeting days 28-29 September

A 1,5 day BTH STOSIP research team meeting took place on 28-29 September in Karlskrona. On the first part of the 28th, Carolina, Daniella, Jesko, Matilda, Sophie and Tita took part. The meeting started with literature review presentations by Carolina (Sustainable Product Portfolio) and Matilda (Integration of sustainability in product requirements), where Daniella also took […]

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STOSIP team made success at the International Conference on Engineering Design in Vancouver, Canada

Jesko Schulte and Vinicius Rodrigues with two of the papers recognized as reviewers’ favourite. Researchers from Blekinge Institute of Technology and Denmark Technical University were participating at the International Conference on Engineering Design in Vancouver, Canada, this August 2017. The theme of the conference was “Resource-Sensitive Design”, which encompasses design practice for and in resource-limited […]

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New Insights and Ideas at the Volvo CE Innovation Conference

  The BTH research team got a deep dive into Volvo CE’s ambitions to fuel new thinking and ideas that will make the company build “the future we want to live in” at the VCE Innovation Conference in Eskilstuna, Sweden. How do you preserve and build on a long heritage and tradition, while at the […]

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Exchange of accomplished progress and remaining challenges at STOSIP meeting at DTU

Researchers and industrial partners from DTU, BTH, GKN Aerospace and Volvo Construction Equipment met in Copenhagen to exchange experiences and knowledge on the theme ”How can we measure sustainability?”. Besides general updates on recent progress and future plans for the STOSIP project, the two-day meeting included a workshop on how companies themselves can assess their […]

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