Congratulations Ryan Ruvald, Doctor of Philosophy!

Ryan Ruvald successfully defended his PhD thesis “Innovation in a Changing World: Exploring PSS Design through Prototyping” in front of some 50 people in the room and online. Ryan made a popular presentation of his research and took the audience through his findings and experiments and then landed in a summary of his findings. Ryan has been working within several applied...

ME310 21-22 at ConExpo in Las Vegas

With the challenge of making alternative energy sources available on construction sites where there is no formal infrastructure, the mixed BTH and Stanford crew, together with Volvo Construction Equipment and Volvo Group, set out to explore solutions!

How Covid-19 Enabled a Global Student Design Team to Achieve Breakthrough Innovation

Abstract A data analysis method based on artificial neural networks aiming to support cause-and-effect analysis in design exploration studies is presented. The method clusters and aggregates the effects of multiple design variables based This is a qualitative single case study of a geographically distributed student team that experienced a quite different graduate course, compared to previous year’s. This was due...

ReGlove slutar topp 20 i James Dyson Award och vinner Sparbanksstiftelsen Kronans Jubileumsstipendium

ReGlove-projektet var under lång tid med i tävlingen James Dyson Award 2020 med sin lösning som att återtillverka engångsplasthandskar från förbrukade handskar. När året nu närmar sig sitt slut kan vi sammanfatta att projektet slutade i topp-20 i konkurrens med mer än 1800 bidrag världen över, det enda svenska laget som nådde den sista omgången av tävlingen. Studenterna vann också...

CX.LINK for Volvo CE delivered at Stanford Expe

The Volvo CE Stanford ME310 project has been completed with the annual Stanford EXPE atStanford University on June 2nd. Students from MSPI and Mechanical Engineering at BTH together with Mechanical Engineering counterparts at Stanford have presented their results for how autonomous machines should collaborate and build trust with their human collaborators at future construction sites.