We have participated in numerous European Commission & Swedish government-funded projects.

Enhancing aviation safety using Uncertainty Quantification (UQ)

The UPBEAT project aims to eliminate biases and predict uncertainties in aviation technology to improve safety measures and reduce environmental impacts.

Laser additive manufacturing process optimization using adaptive laser beams.

The objective is to reduce defects and tailor the components’ microstructure by tailoring the laser beam temporally and spatially utilizing multiscale physics-based models.

Remanufacturing plays a crucial role in the pursuit of a circular economy.

RESTORE is committed to transforming the remanufacturing landscape by developing sustainable processes, materials, and digital tools. 

Towards a safer, lighter, and circular crash structure production.

The Flexcrash project is focused on developing a flexible and hybrid manufacturing technology to produce tailored adaptive crash-tolerant structures made of green aluminum alloys.   

Tailoring the heating/cooling strategies to achieve the desired texture in Titanium alloys.

The Ti-TEX project developed a texture evolution model based on thermal gradient and solidification front velocity for the DED-AM simulation implemented in the MSC Marc.