Alexander Barlo is since early 2021 a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering at BTH. He is working with failure prediction in Sheet Metal Forming (SMF). Accurate failure prediction in Sheet Metal Forming (SMF) is a core task for all Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) departments within e.g., the automotive industry. Simulation based failure prediction of the […]
Together with Volvo Cars (Olofström), Telenor Connexion and Blue Science Part as coordinator, a research and application project has been carried out within the “Test arena Blekinge” with the aim of transforming theory into practically applicable knowledge in Industry 4.0. Industrial digitalisation has been going on since the 1990s, and with the development of the […]
September 22 Johan Pilthammar defended his PhD thesis ”Towards Virtual Tryout and Digital Twins: Enhanced Modeling of Elastic Dies, Sheet Materials, and Friction in Sheet Metal Forming” in the subject of mechanical engineering. Examiner and main supervisor: Prof. Sharon Kao-Walter, BTH Supervisor: Dr. Mats Sigvant, BTH/Volvo Cars Opponent: Prof. Wolfram Volk (Technische Universität München, Germany) Grading […]
Dr. Oskar Frånberg vid Blekinge Tekniska Högskola (BTH) gav den 27 mars 2020 en provföreläsning för utnämning som docent med bedömningen godkänd. Föreläsningens titel var Säkerhetsaspekter på dyksystemsutveckling. Dekan Benny Lövström, Fakulteten för teknikvetenskaper var examinator för föreläsningen. Dykning är en relativt vanlig aktivitet som förekommer i militära, kommersiella såväl som rekreationssammanhang. Men det finns […]
BTH researcher and associate professor Marco Bertoni, is to head a global special interest group in Product-Service Systems research. Its objective is to facilitate the mutual interaction between the community of design researchers and industry. BTH researchers Marco Bertoni and Tobias Larsson are now the chairs of a new Special Interest Group with focus on […]
Sravan Tatipala presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Sheet metal forming in the era of industry 4.0: using data and simulations to improve understanding, predictability and performance” in front of an interested audience both present, and via online, on Friday afternoon.
Martin Frank presented his licentiate thesis entitled “A Step Towards the Design of Collaborative Autonomous Machines: A Study on Construction and Mining Equipment” in front of an interested audience both present, and via online, on thursday afternoon.
Ryan Ruvald presented his licentiate thesis entitled “Prototyping for Product-Service Systems innovation: Insights from the construction equipment industry” in front of an interested audience on thursday afternoon.
Dr. Alessandro Bertino gave an open test lecture for being approved for the title of Docent. He was approved, Congratulations! Title of the lecture was: “Product Development methods; why do we need them for a better world?”