This week, the Dean does some julpyssel and makes a DIY Christmas gift of the year, namely a mobile box, a cell phone nursery. For DIY instructions, follow the steps in the vlogg. For more information on the Christmas gift of the year, read at the HUI research institute https://hui.se/mobilladan-ar-arets-julklapp-2019/ .
Håkan Wernersson, lecturer in material science at MTM, and his company Akoustos, has recently launched a new invention, a screw that sucks up 87% of the sound and noise that travels through ceilings and roofs in homes and houses. Read more about this new invention in the engineering magazine Ny Teknik https://www.nyteknik.se/premium/deras-nya-skruvar-halverar-storande-ljudvolymer-6978051
The TS administration and Dean’s office has moved back to the newly renovated 5th floor. You are welcome by with questions, comments and Christmas greetings!
Pär Olsson, docent and senior lecturer in materials science at MTM, has received a grant from KKS, the Knowledge Foundation, for a biträdande lektor.
Even Yuanji Cheng, docent and senior lecturer in statistical mathematics at MTM, has received funding from KKS.
Åse Jevinger, senior lecturer at DVMT, has received a large grant from the National Research Center for Public Transports, K2, with funding over three years to research integrated and adaptive public transport of the future.
Thomas Pederson, professor at DVMT, José Font, senior lecturer at DVMT, and guest researcher Cissi Ovesdotter Alm, based on DVMT while on sabbatical from RIT, has received a Stint initiation grant to boost collaboration and exchange for PhD students in Malmö and Rochester.
The Dean wishes all of you a merry, relaxing, unplugged Christmas!