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Project list - partner: KTH Royal Institute of Technology

  • ASSUME provides a seamless engineering methodology for delivering trustworthy new mobility assistance functions on multi and many core architectures.


    Project manager at MDH: Björn Lisper

    Main financing: ITEA 2

    Collaboration partners: École normale supérieure, Eindhoven University of Technology, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Kiel University, Koç University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, OFFIS, Technische Universität München, University of Twente, AbsInt Angewandte Informatik, Airbus, Arcelik, Arcticus Systems, Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik, BTC Embedded Systems, Daimler, Ericsson Ar-Ge, Esterel Technologies, FindOut Technologies, INRIA, Kalray SA, KoçSistem Information Communications Services, Model Engineering Solutions, NXP, Recore Systems, Robert Bosch, Sagem, Scania, Snecma, Thales Group, TNO, UNIT Information Technologies R&D, VDL Bus & Coach, Verum

  • This project is a part of the Stratregic Innovation Area (SIA) Production. The purpose of this project is to enhance innovation through both cross-divisional collaboration and virtual analysis.


    Project manager at MDH: Yvonne Eriksson

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, AcademicSandvik Mining and Construction, Scania, Volvo, Volvo Cars

  • Swedish higher education institutions need to strengthen its strategic capability in the work of the interaction with the surrounding community. By the KLOSS project we want to create an arena in which institutions support each other in efforts to design and implement new methods, tools and models for long-term collaboration that will strengthen research, education and development.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Jönköping University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Linköping University, Lund University, Stockholm University, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå University, Uppsala University

  • The aim of this project is study the impact on the production system when products start being produced, fully or partly, of mixed material parts. Parts of mixed materials are generally more expensive than traditional steel parts. To justify the expensive parts, the products must be designed in a new way.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Linköping University, IAC Group, Scania, Swerea IVF, Volvo Cars

  • MBAT will provide Europe with a new leading-edge Reference Technology Platform for effective and cost-reducing validation and verification, focussing primarily on transportation domain, but also to be used in further domains.


    Project manager at MDH: Cristina Seceleanu

    Main financing: Artemis

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Prover, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Xdin

  • The goal of PANORAMA is to research model-based methods and tools to master development of heterogeneous embedded hardware/software systems in collaboration with diverse and heterogeneous parties by providing best practice, novel analysis approaches, and guidance for development.


    Project manager at MDH: Alessio Bucaioni

    Main financing: ITEA 3

    Collaboration partners: Qamcom Research and Technology, Fraunhofer ESK, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, OFFIS, University of Gothenburg, Alten Sverige, Arcticus Systems, Critical Software, INCHRON, Robert Bosch, Saab, Siili Solutions, TactoTek, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Eclipse Foundation Europe, Regensburg University of Applied Science, Siemens, University of Rostock, Vector Informatik, AVL Turkey Research and Engineering Turkey, Mantis Software, UNIT Information Technologies R&D

  • Produktionslyftet is a Swedish national lean manufacturing initiative for small and medium sized enterprices (SMEs). Mälardalen university is the programme leader for the NUTS region of Östra Mellansverige


    Project manager at MDH: Anna Bird

    Main financing: Tillväxtverket, The Knowledge Foundation, Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Chalmers University of Technology, Jönköping University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Luleå University of Technology, Mid Sweden University, University of Gävle, IF Metall, Swerea IVF, Teknikföretagen

  • The center supports an environment, a creative meeting place, where SICS and the participating industry and university partners collaborate closely and effectively.


    Project manager at MDH: Mats Björkman

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation, The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research, Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: ABB, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Peerialism, Saab, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science, T2 Data, TeliaSonera, Uppsala University, Vendolocus Development

  • SafeCOP (Safe Cooperating Cyber-Physical Systems using Wireless Communication) will establish a safety assurance approach, a platform architecture, and tools for cost-efficient and practical certification of cooperating cyber-physical systems (CO-CPS).


    Project manager at MDH: Hans A Hansson

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Alten Sverige, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Safety Integry, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science

  • The main idea behind the project is towards retention of a sustainable production environment within Sweden, by minimizing outsourcing and creating more job opportunities. In addition, the reduction in alcohol related traffic fatalities will potentially save 1000s of lives worldwide each year.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Autoliv, HåJa, Hök instrument, LEXI CONSULTING SWEDEN, Senseair, Syntronic

  • The TESTOMAT project will support software teams to strike the right balance by increasing the development speed without sacrificing quality.


    Project manager at MDH: Björn Lisper

    Main financing: Vinnova, Itea3

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Bombardier Transportation, Empear, Ericsson, Saab, Avionics Systems, System Verification, Verifyter

  • The goal of this COST Action is to gather forces in order to develop industrial-strength code-level timing analysis techniques for future-generation embedded systems.


    Project manager at MDH: Björn Lisper

    Main financing: European Research Council

    Collaboration partners: Aalborg University, INRIA / IRISA, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Technical University of Denmark, Technische Universität Dortmund, Technische Universität Wien, The Polytechnic Institute of Porto, The University of Padua, Universität des Saarlandes, University of Turku Finland, University of York, Uppsala University, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Netherlands, AbsInt Angewandte Informatik GmbH, Tidorum.