Together we develop tomorrow's products and processes
The competitiveness of manufacturing companies is dependent on new knowledge. By supporting your development of knowledge intensive products and processes, the SPARK research and education environment at the School of Enginnering, Jönköping University creates values in your business.
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SPARK Conference 2023
The SPARK conference 2023 is held on the 20 April at Jönköping University. The conference theme focuses on how collaboration between academia and industry benefits societal development. Read more about the SPARK Conf...
An afternoon on applied AI – research and practice
On 22 November, the School of Engineering (JTH) at Jönköping University (JU) had an afternoon on applied AI where, among others, representatives from the research profile AFAIR participated.
JTH research will strengthen the county's e-commerce
The School of Engineering at Jönköping University is now conducting a regional study to strengthen e-commerce for manufacturing small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s).
Through cooperation with the industry in research as well as education SPARK creates impact for our partners and the society. Read more about how we can support your development and generate value in your business.
Research and education in cooperation
SPARK’s research and education are focused around five thematic areas that represent different needs within the industry where we see an opportunity and need for future development.
Learning does not need to end on entering working life. We offer freestanding courses, programmes and customised packages that can be combined with working life.
The spring semester has begun and new students have arrived at JU. On January 16, the Basic Science semester started at JTH as well as th...
Jönköping University (JU) has received SEK 94 381 000 from the Swedish National Agency for Higher Vocational Education to start eleven pr...
For the second year in a row, two former students from Jönköping University are listed as sustainability talents, by the magazine "Aktuel...
Avoid street food, don't take the bus, and don't wear shorts to work. That was some of the advice that students at the School of Engineer...