The board of PDA Sweden gathered for a night-and-day workshop at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona around the future of PDA. Read more
This is an advanced course, meaning that a deeper knowledge is aimed at, within a specific research method. The course follows the general syllabus for the mandatory course Research methods, advanced, in the subject area production system at School of Engineering, Jönköping University. The course is of course also open for doctoral students from other subject areas.
On November 30, a PDA workshop was arranged at Design Sciences, LTH, together with national cluster for product modelling; SIG-PM. Focus was set on shaping product development research in Sweden for the next 20 years to come, i.e. to create a vision for 2038 and ways to get there.
Linköping University is proud to invite participation in the 2018 Norddesign conference august 14-17. The conference will take place at Linköping University and is organized by the Division of Machine Design at the Department of Management and Engineering in collaboration with the Design Society and The Product Development Academy in Sweden. Read more
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Welcome to participate at the Product Development Academy workshop at Lund University to build product development research in Sweden for the next 20 years to come!
Save the Date: 30 November 2017
In collaboration with the Swedish Product Development Academy, Nordcode (the Nordic Network for Communicative Product Design) invites contributes for the 16th Nordcode Seminar to be held 7-9 November, 2017, at the Design Archive in Nybro. Read more
The Product Development Academy builds upon initiatives taken more than 20 years ago in the product development area, which resulted in research programs such as ENDREA, ProViking and several other adjacent research initiatives, financed by Swedish research agencies such as Foundation for Strategic Research and VINNOVA. These programs have created strong academic-industry networks that constitutes the platform for future important development of this area in Sweden, with Nordic and international collaborations.
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