Congratulations to colleague Sophia Axillus on her Master’s degree!

On Tuesday, 14 June 2022, our colleague Sophia Axillus presented and defended her Master thesis “Joint modeling of Longitudinal and Time-To-Event data – A Comparison of Joint versus Sequential Parameter Estimation” Abstract Joint modeling is a technique used for parameter estimation in…

Congratulations to Colleague Edvin Åblad on his Doctor of Philosophy degree!

On Monday, 13 June 2022, our colleague Edvin Åblad presented and defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy “Mathematical Modelling and Methods for Load Balancing and Coordination of Multi-Robot Stations” Abstract The automotive industry is moving from mass production…

Disputation – Edvin Åblad 13/6 – “Mathematical Modelling and Methods for Load Balancing and Coordination of Multi-Robot Stations”

Abstract The automotive industry is moving from mass production towards an individualized production, individualizing parts aims to improve product quality and to reduce costs and material waste. This thesis concerns aspects of load balancing and coordination of multi-robot stations in the automotive…

Congratulations to colleague Marielle Cederlund on her Master’s degree!

On Wednesday, 8 June 2022, our colleague Marielle Cederlund presented and defended her Master thesis “Optimization of ergonomic grip choices in simulations of industrial assembly” Abstract Almost any product around us involves some type of assembly. For manual assembly a major goal…

Midway Seminar by Viktor Skantze

On Tuesday, 7 June 2022, Viktor Skantze presented and discussed his articles in a Midway Seminar titled “Mathematical modelling of personalized nutrition”. Abstract Metabolic response to diet shows large individual variation, which warrants tailored dietary recommendation i.e., personalized nutrition (PN). A step…

Midway Seminar Viktor Skantze 7/6 – “Mathematical modelling of personalized nutrition”

Abstract Metabolic response to diet shows large individual variation, which warrants tailored dietary recommendation i.e., personalized nutrition (PN). A step towards PN is to tailor diet to groups of individuals with similar metabolic phenotype, so called metabotypes (i.e., clusters of individuals with…

Congratulations to colleague Anita Ullrich on her Master’s degree!

On Thursday, 2 June 2022, our colleague Anita Ullrich presented and defended her Master thesis “Development of a DEM-FEM framework for infrastructure simulations” Abstract This thesis presents a coupling algorithm of the discrete element method (DEM) and finite element method (FEM). The…

Congratulations to Colleague Simon Ingelsten on his Doctor of Philosophy degree!

On Friday, 6 May 2022, our colleague Simon Ingelsten presented and defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy “A Lagrangian-Eulerian simulation method for viscoelastic flows applied to adhesive joining” Abstract Viscoelastic flows are important for many industrial processes, such…

Congratulations to Morgan Görtz on his Licentiate of Engineering degree

On Friday, 22 April 2022, Morgan Görtz presented and discussed his thesis for the degree of Licentiate of Engineering “Experimental validation and numerical upscaling of linear network models for simulation of paper” Abstract Paper modeling results in complex geometries that lead to enormous…

Licentiate Seminar Morgan Görtz 22/4 – “Experimental validation and numerical upscaling of linear network models for simulation of paper”

Abstract Paper modeling results in complex geometries that lead to enormous numerical problems. The complexity lies in the material’s microstructure. Individual paper fibers must be considered for useful material simulations in paper development, where wood composition and other fiber-based parameters are essential.…