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Behavioral medicine, health and lifestyle (BeMe-Health)

Biomedical Engineering

Care, Recovery & Health

Data Communication

Ecocritical Forum and Ecocritical Comparative Literature

Human

Certifiable Evidences & Justification Engineering

Information Design

Learning and Optimisation

Product and Production Development

Robotics

Ubiquitous Computing

INNOFACTURE - innovative manufacturing development

INNOFACTURE focuses on production innovation as a strategic solution to the future challenges of the manufacturing industry.

Start

2012-09-01

Planned completion

2021-08-31

Main financing

KK-stiftelsen

Collaboration partners

ABB AB, Atlas Copco, Bombardier Transportation, Fuji Autotech, Leax, Scania, TPC Components, Volvo Construction Equipment AB and Volvo Powertrain.

Project manager at MDH

Senior Lecturer

Anna Granlund

+4616153443

anna.granlund@mdh.se

Description of the project

By the establishment of an industrial graduate school within innovative production system development, Mälardalen University, in cooperation with strong manufacturing companies, will strengthen the well-established and growing research area of production system development within the university. The graduate school will educate 15 industrial PhDs with a state-of-the-art profile for the profession as production development engineers thus contributing to the future competitiveness of Swedish manufacturing industry.

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