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.…

Congratulations to Marcus Baaz on his Licentiate of Engineering degree

On Thursday, 10 March 2022, Marcus Baaz presented and discussed his thesis for the degree of Licentiate of Engineering “Nonlinear Mixed Effects Modeling of Combination Therapies in Oncology”. Abstract It has been shown that simultaneous administration of two or more anticancer agents can…

Licentiate Seminar Marcus Baaz 10/3 – “Nonlinear Mixed Effects Modeling of Combination Therapies in Oncology”

Abstract It has been shown that simultaneous administration of two or more anticancer agents can have a beneficial effect on cancer patients. This type of treatment is called combination therapy and is nowadays commonly used in the fight against cancer. New anticancer…

Congratulations to Colleague Domenico Spensieri on his Doctor of Philosophy degree!

On Friday, 19 November 2021, our colleague Domenico Spensieri presented and defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy “Collision-free path coordination and cycle time optimization of industrial robot cells” ABSTRACT  In industry, short ramp-up times, product quality, product customization and…

Disputation – Domenico Spensieri 19/11 – “Collision-free path coordination and cycle time optimization of industrial robot cells”

Abstract In industry, short ramp-up times, product quality, product customization and high production rates are among the main drivers of technological progress. This is especially true for automotive manufacturers whose market is very competitive, constantly pushing for new solutions. In this industry,…

FORSKA – Sweden Scores Second Place in Space Data Challenge

FORSKA-Sweden, a multi-disciplinary team of researchers from Onsala Space Observatory and the Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre (FCC), scored second place in the Square Kilometer Array Data Science Challenge 2 (SDC2). Forty teams comprising 280 participants in 22 countries took part in SDC2, which kicked…

Congratulations to Julia Larsson on her Licentiate of Engineering degree!

On Monday, 20 September 2021, Julia Larsson presented and discussed her thesis for the degree of Licentiate of Engineering “Mixed Effects Modelling and Optimal Design of TNFα Response in LPS Challenge Studies – Methods and Applications in Drug Discovery”. Abstract ”Endotoxin and mycoplasma…

Licentiate seminar Julia Larsson 20/9 – “Mixed Effects Modelling and Optimal Design of TNFα Response in LPS Challenge Studies – Methods and Applications in Drug Discovery”

Abstract ”Endotoxin and mycoplasma are Nature’s darkest secrets. If they are ever solved, Hell itself will open.” – Lewis Thomas Endotoxin, or lipopolysaccharides (LPS), are heterogeneous components from the cell wall of Gram-Negative bacteria and a common challenger in the field of…

Congratulations to Colleague Jacob Leander on his Doctor of Philosophy degree!

On Friday, 4 June 2021, our colleague Jacob Leander presented and defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy “Mixed Effects Modeling of Deterministic and Stochastic Dynamical Systems – Methods and Applications in Drug Development”. Abstract Mathematical models based on…