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May

WebLearn: How to suppress the penetration of molten cast iron into sand mould

6 May - 6 May

10:00 - 11:00

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>On May 6, a webinar will be held within WebLearn, J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping University, on how to&nbsp;suppress the penetration of molten cast iron into sand&nbsp;mould.<br />The interaction between the high-temperature molten metal and porous mold leads to various types of defects in castings. Studying the origins of penetration defects is important for foundries to avoid the formation of this type of defects.</p><p>After attending this&nbsp;webinar&nbsp;you will know more about:&nbsp;<br />*&nbsp;The penetration behavior of molten metal into porous media.<br />* A&nbsp;guideline to suppress the penetration.<br />* How step cone castings work to evaluate penetration processes.<br />* How to use color etching to distinguish the chronology of porosity formation in cast iron.</p><p>The webinar is in English only. It is free and open to everyone. <a href="https://ju.se/en/study-at-ju/commissioned-education/weblearn.html">Register no later than May 5 here.</a><br />WebLearn are free webinars for competence&nbsp;development in related industry.<br />ead more about WebLearn <a href="https://ju.se/en/study-at-ju/commissioned-education/weblearn.html">here</a>.</p>
6 May - 6 May
10:00 - 11:00

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Link

WebLearn: How to suppress the penetration of molten cast iron into sand mould

 

On May 6, a webinar will be held within WebLearn, Jönköping University, on how to suppress the penetration of molten cast iron into sand mould.
The interaction between the high-temperature molten metal and porous mold leads to various types of defects in castings. Studying the origins of penetration defects is important for foundries to avoid the formation of this type of defects.

After attending this webinar you will know more about: 
* The penetration behavior of molten metal into porous media.
* A guideline to suppress the penetration.
* How step cone castings work to evaluate penetration processes.
* How to use color etching to distinguish the chronology of porosity formation in cast iron.

The webinar is in English only. It is free and open to everyone. Register no later than May 5 here.
WebLearn are free webinars for competence development in related industry.
ead more about WebLearn here.


Organizer: Jönköping University

CeFEO Research Seminar - Shanyun Sam Lu

10 May - 10 May

12:00 - 13:00

Via Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo

<p>Welcome to join us on our next CeFEO Research Seminar, Monday, May 10th 12-13pm via Zoom - <a href="https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fju-se.zoom.us%2Fmy%2Fcefeo&amp;data=04%7C01%7Clinnea.lind%40ju.se%7C8cd88a78c9f742b6df7108d8e21d8773%7C7564bc8f37384b4dbd575a02ca6215fb%7C0%7C0%7C637507963879483408%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&amp;sdata=L33JWWEIDSgjzlqfbRIxeBwp%2B1fw%2FolB%2BiaFa4mR5nQ%3D&amp;reserved=0">https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo</a>. The seminar is titled &ldquo;Fight not flight: Contextual strategies for rural industrial SME renewal &ndash; the case of Gnosj&ouml; Automatsvarvning&rdquo; and will be presented by Doctoral Candidate in Business Administration, Shanyun Sam Lu.</p>
10 May - 10 May
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Via Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo


Link

CeFEO Research Seminar - Shanyun Sam Lu

Welcome to join us on our next CeFEO Research Seminar, Monday, May 10th 12-13pm via Zoom - https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo. The seminar is titled “Fight not flight: Contextual strategies for rural industrial SME renewal – the case of Gnosjö Automatsvarvning” and will be presented by Doctoral Candidate in Business Administration, Shanyun Sam Lu.


Organizer: Centre for Family Entrepreneurship and Ownership

Brown Bag Seminar in Economics and Finance

10 May - 10 May

12:10 - 12:55

Online

<p><strong>You are most welcome to join us for the&nbsp;<em>&ldquo;Brown Bag Seminar in Economics and Finance&rdquo;</em>presented by&nbsp;<a href="https://www.brunel.ac.uk/people/oleg-badunenko">Oleg Badunenko</a>&nbsp;from&nbsp;Brunel University London</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Title: </strong></p><p>The Great Recession: Sectors, Efficiency, Technological innovation, Capital deepening, and Labour mobility</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Date:<strong> Monday, 10 May</strong><br />Time:<strong> 12:10-12:55</strong></p><p><strong>Room:&nbsp;</strong><a href="https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/65965469113">https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/65965469113</a><br />Fix Meeting-ID for Spring 1, 2021: 659&nbsp;654&nbsp;691 13</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Abstract</strong></p><p>We propose a new decomposition of aggregate productivity growth that accounts for sectoral efficiency and technology changes as well as capital deepening and provide new evidence on the sources of productivity growth in OECD countries.</p><p><strong>Extended Abstract</strong></p><p>In this paper, we analyze aggregate labor productivity of developed economies in three periods: (i) years before (2002-2006), (ii) leading to (2006-2009), and (iii) recovery from the global financial crisis (GFC) (2009-2014). First, we decompose aggregate productivity growth into components attributable to intra-sectoral productivity growth effect (within component) and effect of employment share reallocation that is split into the static and dynamic components. We use data for 10 sectors from 26 countries. We confirm that the within component is the key driver of labor productivity growth in good years and in the recovery period. However, we find that it is the major culprit in years leading to GFC. We, therefore, study the factors that affect the within component by employing a non-parametric production frontier approach to conceptually decompose the within component into components attributable to efficiency change, technological change, and capital deepening. The retrenchment in technological progress followed by efficiency losses plays on average the most important role in explaining the collapse of productivity growth in years leading to GFC. Efficiency losses were highest in ICT, manufacturing, construction, utilities, and wholesale. In the recovery period, technological progress has played the largest role in manufacturing, finance, information, and wholesale. In particular, the rate of technological progress in manufacturing has surpassed its level in the pre-crisis period. Productivity is, however, still mired by efficiency losses with exceptions of the agriculture and construction sectors. Capital deepening kept on driving up productivity in all periods. Capital deepening contribution has been especially prominent in the recovery period. To our knowledge, this is the first study that uses sectoral data on capital to analyze the role of sectoral dynamics in terms of efficiency, technology, and capital deepening in aggregate productivity growth. Doing so allows to identify the relative role of these three factors to productivity growth.</p>
10 May - 10 May
12:10 - 12:55

Location

Online


Link

Brown Bag Seminar in Economics and Finance

You are most welcome to join us for the “Brown Bag Seminar in Economics and Finance”presented by Oleg Badunenko from Brunel University London

 

Title:

The Great Recession: Sectors, Efficiency, Technological innovation, Capital deepening, and Labour mobility

 

Date: Monday, 10 May
Time: 12:10-12:55

Room: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/65965469113
Fix Meeting-ID for Spring 1, 2021: 659 654 691 13

 

Abstract

We propose a new decomposition of aggregate productivity growth that accounts for sectoral efficiency and technology changes as well as capital deepening and provide new evidence on the sources of productivity growth in OECD countries.

Extended Abstract

In this paper, we analyze aggregate labor productivity of developed economies in three periods: (i) years before (2002-2006), (ii) leading to (2006-2009), and (iii) recovery from the global financial crisis (GFC) (2009-2014). First, we decompose aggregate productivity growth into components attributable to intra-sectoral productivity growth effect (within component) and effect of employment share reallocation that is split into the static and dynamic components. We use data for 10 sectors from 26 countries. We confirm that the within component is the key driver of labor productivity growth in good years and in the recovery period. However, we find that it is the major culprit in years leading to GFC. We, therefore, study the factors that affect the within component by employing a non-parametric production frontier approach to conceptually decompose the within component into components attributable to efficiency change, technological change, and capital deepening. The retrenchment in technological progress followed by efficiency losses plays on average the most important role in explaining the collapse of productivity growth in years leading to GFC. Efficiency losses were highest in ICT, manufacturing, construction, utilities, and wholesale. In the recovery period, technological progress has played the largest role in manufacturing, finance, information, and wholesale. In particular, the rate of technological progress in manufacturing has surpassed its level in the pre-crisis period. Productivity is, however, still mired by efficiency losses with exceptions of the agriculture and construction sectors. Capital deepening kept on driving up productivity in all periods. Capital deepening contribution has been especially prominent in the recovery period. To our knowledge, this is the first study that uses sectoral data on capital to analyze the role of sectoral dynamics in terms of efficiency, technology, and capital deepening in aggregate productivity growth. Doing so allows to identify the relative role of these three factors to productivity growth.


Organizer: Jönköping International Business School

MMTC Research Seminar

19 May - 19 May

12:00 - 13:00

Online - contact for zoom link

<p>MMTC Research Seminar presented by Christian Sandstr&ouml;m</p>
19 May - 19 May
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Online - contact for zoom link


Link

MMTC Research Seminar

MMTC Research Seminar presented by Christian Sandström


Organizer: Media, Management and Transformation Centre

Jönköping University Sustainability Network - Sustainability Conversations

20 May - 20 May

12:00 - 13:00

Zoom

<p><strong>Climate collaboration &amp; the role of Communication</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Guest speaker: Otto Hedenmo,&nbsp;Doctoral Student,&nbsp;School of Education and Communication (J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping Univiersity)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Collaboration between different actors such as, regions, municipalities, civil society organizations, businesses and schools, is important for the transition to a sustainable society and communication plays an important role in this collaboration. Otto Hedemo from Media and Communication Studies at JU will give a presentation about the topic and afterwards all participants are welcomed to take part in a conversation about what can make this kind of communication successful.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Join Zoom Meeting</p><p><a href="https://eur02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fju-se.zoom.us%2Fj%2F67657403380&amp;data=04%7C01%7CAndreas.Friberg%40ju.se%7C19d5fe80de924c482cc108d904ba02b6%7C7564bc8f37384b4dbd575a02ca6215fb%7C0%7C0%7C637546019214418315%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&amp;sdata=P%2BLtLNftOdasXWCfCOhXQPvUmLPbh1CoiOGyGPYmTsE%3D&amp;reserved=0">https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/67657403380</a></p><p>Meeting ID: 676 5740 3380</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><em>Sustainability Conversations is a series of digital lunch events that focuses on the transition to a more sustainable society. The ambition of the event series is to provide a platform where guest speakers, students, researchers, and an interested general public can share knowledge, experiences and thoughts about sustainability in a multidiciplinary environment. The events are organized by J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping University Sustainability Network (JUSN).</em></p>
20 May - 20 May
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Zoom


Link

Jönköping University Sustainability Network - Sustainability Conversations

Climate collaboration & the role of Communication

 

Guest speaker: Otto Hedenmo, Doctoral Student, School of Education and Communication (Jönköping Univiersity)

 

Collaboration between different actors such as, regions, municipalities, civil society organizations, businesses and schools, is important for the transition to a sustainable society and communication plays an important role in this collaboration. Otto Hedemo from Media and Communication Studies at JU will give a presentation about the topic and afterwards all participants are welcomed to take part in a conversation about what can make this kind of communication successful.

 

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/67657403380

Meeting ID: 676 5740 3380

 

Sustainability Conversations is a series of digital lunch events that focuses on the transition to a more sustainable society. The ambition of the event series is to provide a platform where guest speakers, students, researchers, and an interested general public can share knowledge, experiences and thoughts about sustainability in a multidiciplinary environment. The events are organized by Jönköping University Sustainability Network (JUSN).


Organizer: Jönköping University

Higher seminar: DESIGNING FOR SITUATED KNOWLEDGE IN A WORLD OF CHANGE

21 May - 21 May

13:00 - 15:00

Zoom

<p><strong>Professor Nina Bonderup</strong></p><p>In this talk, I shall address a basic question in education:<br />How can students learn to put knowledge, developed in one context, to use in other contexts?</p><p>This question poses a major challenge for the educational systems of today because of the following conundrum: in contemporary society, people are required to traverse a range of different settings with different competence demands, and they often have to utilize knowledge across these different settings. However, several strands of research (e.g. practice theory, situated learning, embodied cognition) join in pointing out that knowledge is situated, i.e. acquires form and content from the context in which it is learnt.</p><p>Transfer of knowledge across settings is therefore no straightforward matter. It involves transformation of the situatedly learned knowledge so that it fits the new setting. Learning to do so emerges as crucial for students of today, and facilitating transformation becomes a key task for many educational systems.</p><p>In the talk, I present research on knowledge transformation, on design principles to support it, and on the implementation of specific learning designs in educational practice. The talk draws on the results of the recent project Designing for situated knowledge in a world of change (2015-2020), financed by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.</p><p>Zoom:&nbsp;JU-SE.ZOOM.US/J/7262330985</p>
21 May - 21 May
13:00 - 15:00

Location

Zoom


Link

Higher seminar: DESIGNING FOR SITUATED KNOWLEDGE IN A WORLD OF CHANGE

Professor Nina Bonderup

In this talk, I shall address a basic question in education:
How can students learn to put knowledge, developed in one context, to use in other contexts?

This question poses a major challenge for the educational systems of today because of the following conundrum: in contemporary society, people are required to traverse a range of different settings with different competence demands, and they often have to utilize knowledge across these different settings. However, several strands of research (e.g. practice theory, situated learning, embodied cognition) join in pointing out that knowledge is situated, i.e. acquires form and content from the context in which it is learnt.

Transfer of knowledge across settings is therefore no straightforward matter. It involves transformation of the situatedly learned knowledge so that it fits the new setting. Learning to do so emerges as crucial for students of today, and facilitating transformation becomes a key task for many educational systems.

In the talk, I present research on knowledge transformation, on design principles to support it, and on the implementation of specific learning designs in educational practice. The talk draws on the results of the recent project Designing for situated knowledge in a world of change (2015-2020), financed by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Zoom: JU-SE.ZOOM.US/J/7262330985


Organizer: School of Education and Communication

CeFEO Research Seminar

24 May - 24 May

12:00 - 13:00

Via Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo

<p>TBC</p>
24 May - 24 May
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Via Zoom: https://ju-se.zoom.us/my/cefeo


Link

CeFEO Research Seminar

TBC


Organizer: Centre for Family Entrepreneurship and Ownership

MMTC Research Seminar

26 May - 26 May

12:00 - 13:00

Online - contact for zoom link

<p>MMTC Research Seminar presented by Annika Ehlers</p>
26 May - 26 May
12:00 - 13:00

Location

Online - contact for zoom link


Link

MMTC Research Seminar

MMTC Research Seminar presented by Annika Ehlers


Organizer: Media, Management and Transformation Centre

Dissertation defence - Santiago Piñate

31 May - 31 May

13:30 - 16:00

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)

<p><strong>Title of the thesis:&nbsp;<em>Control of Particles Codeposition and Strengthening Mechanisms in Nickel Based Nanocomposite Coatings</em></strong><br /><strong>Author of the thesis:</strong>&nbsp;Santiago Pi&ntilde;ate<br /><strong>Third-cycle subject area:</strong>&nbsp;Materials and Manufacturing<br /><strong>Faculty examiner / Opponent:</strong>&nbsp;Associate Professor Mari Lundstr&ouml;m, Aalto University, Finland<br /><strong>Principal&nbsp;Supervisor:&nbsp;</strong>Professor Caterina Zanella, JTH, J&ouml;nk&ouml;ping University</p><p>Welcome to attend the defense on Zoom Webinar!</p><p><strong>Link to the Zoom Webinar:&nbsp;</strong>will be announced shortly before the defence</p>
31 May - 31 May
13:30 - 16:00

Location

E1405 (Gjuterisalen)


Link

Dissertation defence - Santiago Piñate

Title of the thesis: Control of Particles Codeposition and Strengthening Mechanisms in Nickel Based Nanocomposite Coatings
Author of the thesis: Santiago Piñate
Third-cycle subject area: Materials and Manufacturing
Faculty examiner / Opponent: Associate Professor Mari Lundström, Aalto University, Finland
Principal Supervisor: Professor Caterina Zanella, JTH, Jönköping University

Welcome to attend the defense on Zoom Webinar!

Link to the Zoom Webinar: will be announced shortly before the defence


Organizer: School of Engineering