Daniel Gåsvaer is a PhD student enrolled at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineeringat Mälardalen University. He is currently employed at the Swedish research institute Swerea IVF, where he is focusing upon research within product realisation, and especially on how the innovative capability could be increased within production development as a way to realise great improvements. Daniel is part of the research project “Kaikaku – Innovative Production Development”, which is a collaboration between MDH and Swerea IVF, as well as several local manufacturers.
Industrial PhD-student at Swerea IVF/MDH. Focusing on creative and innovative production development. Part of the Kaikaku research project.
Management of process innovation beyond continuous improvement: towards a research agenda (Aug 2016) Vetle Engesbak , Daniel Gåsvaer, Jonas Ingvaldsen , Kathe Nonås , Geir Ringen , Magnus Widfeldt 23rd EurOMA conference (EUROMA 2016)
Production system development through exploration - challenges and implications (Aug 2016) Daniel Gåsvaer, Anders Fundin, Peter E Johansson, Björn Langbeck 23rd EurOMA conference (EUROMA 2016)
Production System change strategy in lightweight manufacturing (Jun 2016) Martin Kurdve, Peter Sjögren, Magnus Widfeldt , Daniel Gåsvaer, Magnus Wiktorsson 26th CIRP Design conference (CIRP DESIGN 2016)
Exploration and Exploitation within Operations (Sep 2015) Daniel Gåsvaer, Lina Stålberg, Mats Jackson, Anders Fundin, Peter E Johansson
Towards radical improvement in production systems (2013) Daniel Gåsvaer
Towards a Holistic Perspective on Production System Improvement (Nov 2012) Lina Stålberg, Daniel Gåsvaer, Jens von Axelson, Magnus Widfeldt Swedish Production Symposium 2012