Environmental Technology and Management
WE TURN ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS INTO OPPORTUNITIES
The Division for Environmental Technology and Management is an interdisciplinary research group with thirty years experience of turning environmental problems into opportunities. Our main focus is the transformation of organisations, technical systems and products and services towards a resource efficient society. Today the division is a research and education environment with international reputation and with 25 employees and 900 students.
The Biogas Research Center, based at Linköping University, has received continued support from the Swedish Energy Agency, local governments and the business sector. It has secured further funding of SEK 80 million for the coming four years.
Focused education, intensive communication, some highly motivated individuals and ownership are the keys to developing sustainable local energy systems, researchers from Linköping University have shown in a report.
Toyota Material Handling Europe and Linköping University’s Department of Management and Engineering recently signed an agreement for a long-term strategic collaboration.
There are many good reasons for excavating Sweden’s landfills in search of valuable metals. But it is not happening. In his licentiate degree thesis, Nils Johansson sought an explanation as to why we prefer searching in space to mining our own rubbish tips.
At the same time as protests against both the current mining policy and mineral legislation are getting louder, Björn Wallsten is prospecting a totally different type of mine in his licentiate – the one underneath central Norrköping.
Mistra’s Board has decided to invest up to SEK 42 million, over a four-year period, in the REES (Resource-Efficient and Effective Solutions, based on circular economy thinking) research programme. Linköping University was the principal applicant. Program director is Mattias Lindahl.
Tomohiko Sakao has given a lecture and lead a workshop on the theme "Is small sustainable? Decentralizing Infrastructures and Utility Systems in East Africa" in a PhD trainaning week in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
For three and a half days, Linköping University will combine forces with stakeholders from the region for a sustainable future from the viewpoint of technology, environment and finance. Both the Environmental Technology Network Event and the Energy Systems Day will be celebrating their 10-year anniversaries.
Per Frändegård has been nominerated for The Journal of Industrial Ecology Best Paper Prize for the article Resource and Climate Implications of Landfill Mining A Case Study of Sweden.
In our course, Integrated Product Service Engineering (TKMJ32), Sofi W. Elfving and Saeed Khanagha from Global Service Research Group of Ericsson gave a guest lecture on hIntegrated Product Service Offerings.
In November, Tomohiko Sakao and Mattias Lindahl were appointed as Subject Editor for Ecodesign and PSS (Product Service System) of Journal of Cleaner Production
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In the Chilean web forum "Plataforma Urbana" Santiago Mejia Dugand bloggs on Nothern European local initiatives for sustainable energy production.
In industrial cities, thousands of cables and pipes are left abandoned under our feet. It's a valuable source of metal that could be given a second chance. 24/9 2013
The blogg The Atlantic Cities refers to Mats Eklund and the Urban Mining group in a blog feed June 4th 2013.
Presentations - keynote speaker Gunter Pauli and two sessions - from the conference "SymCity - Rethink!" in Norrköping 13-14 October 2011 on UR Play
Last updated: 2014-03-18