Marcus Bengtsson, Researcher

Marcus Bengtsson is a researcher in maintenance management. He studied Mechanical Engineering Design at Mälardalen University, in Eskilstuna Sweden. He received a M.Sc. from Mälardalen University in 2002, and a Ph.D. in 2007 for a thesis on implementation of condition based maintenance in industrial settings. Marcus is currently working at Mälardalen University as a Researcher and at Volvo Construction Equipment Operations Eskilstuna as a Maintenance Engineer, where he is responsible for the implementation of condition based maintenance within the maintenance organization.

His research interests can be found within Maintenance Management and the introduction of condition based maintenance in particular.

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Latest publications:

Combining Ontology and Large Language Models to Identify Recurring Machine Failures in Free-Text Fields (Apr 2024)
Marcus Bengtsson, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Ricky Stanley D Cruze , Peter Funk, Tomohiko Sakao , Rickard Sohlberg Dr H.C.

A Case Study on Ontology Development for AI Based Decision Systems in Industry (Jul 2023)
Ricky Stanley D Cruze , Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Marcus Bengtsson, Peter Funk, Rickard Sohlberg Dr H.C., Atiq Ur Rehman
7th International Congress and Workshop on Industrial AI and eMaintenance (IAI)

Analysis of Breakdown Reports using Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning (Aug 2021)
Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Marcus Bengtsson, Antti Salonen, Peter Funk
International Congress and Workshop on Industrial AI (IAI2021)

AI-LCE: Adaptive and Intelligent Life Cycle Engineering by applying digitalization and AI methods – An emerging paradigm shift in Life Cycle Engineering (May 2021)
Tomohiko Sakao , Peter Funk, Johannes Matschewsky , Marcus Bengtsson, Mobyen Uddin Ahmed
28th CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering (CIRP LCE 2021)

Using a game-based learning approach in teaching overall equipment effectiveness (Nov 2019)
Marcus Bengtsson
Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering (JQME)

On the importance of combining “the new” with “the old” – One important prerequisite for maintenance in industry 4.0 (May 2018)
Marcus Bengtsson, Gunnar Lundström
Swedish Production Symposium 2018 (SPS 2018)

PhD students supervised as assistant supervisor:

Ali Rastegari
Tomas Olsson (former)