Björn Fagerström, Adjunct Professor, Professor

Björn Fagerström works as general manager at Inocean AB and has been professor at MDH since 2005. Björns main research interest is directed towards product planning, project management, decision making, product structuring and R&D management. Björn works as supervisor for PhD students, but he is also guest teacher in some courses within product development. Björn has also been responsible for several PhD courses within research methodology. He also works with research funding.

Björn main research interest is directed towards; - Product Planning - Project Managament - Decision Making - Product structuring - R&D Management

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Latest publications:

Managing emergent changes: ad hoc teams’ praxis and practices (May 2018)
Peter Sjögren, Björn Fagerström, Martin Kurdve, Magnus Callavik
International Journal of Managing Projects in Business (IJMPB)

Effects of process related variations on defect formation in investment cast components (Mar 2018)
Mohsin Raza, Pedro Silva , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors
Archives of Foundry Engineering (AFE)

Simulation based process design approach for manufacturing of light-weight cast components (Nov 2017)
Mohsin Raza, Roger Svenningsson , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors
LIGHTer International Conference 2017 (LIGHTer)

Effects of Process Related Variations on Fillablity Simulation of Thin-Walled IN718 Structures (Nov 2017)
Mohsin Raza, Roger Svenningsson , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors
International Journal of Metal Casting (Inter Metalcast)

Human-robot impact model: For safety assessment of collaborative robot design (Oct 2017)
Bhanoday Reddy Vemula, Björn Fagerström, Giacomo Spampinato , Marcus Ramteen
IRIS 2017 (IRIS 2017 IEEE)

Structuring the engineering change management process around change carriers. (Jan 2016)
Peter Sjögren, Björn Fagerström
Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management. IEEE (IEEM)

PhD students supervised as main supervisor:

Bhanoday Reddy Vemula
Mohsin Raza
Peter Sjögren

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Mikael Hedelind (former)