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Martin Olsen is new Doctor in Engineering Physics

On June 5th Martin Olsen presented his Doctoral Thesis in Engineering Physics and he passed. Congratulations Martin! Here are some photos from the day....

Safety systems for head injuries

With the help of a constructed surrogate head with many sensors, the researchers hope to gain knowledge of what is happening in the brain during trauma to...

Treesearch Progress

On May 7-8 2019 we participated in Treesearch Progress at Vildmarkshotellet in Kolmården. Birgitta Engberg, Kaarlo Niskanen, Thomas Öhlund,...

Nailing of a Doctoral Thesis with Amanda Mattsson

Amanda Mattsson is nailing her Doctoral Thesis in the traditional way for the academia. The defence of the Thesis will be on October 25, 2018. Welcome to...

  • Sensors for Measuring High Water Flows

    26 April - 2018

    A new type of measurement equipment can make it easier for water companies to detect vents in the sewers and reduce environmental impact when extremely...

  • The lab that tests anything from tents to quilted jackets

    18 December - 2017

    At the Sports Tech Research Centre's Materials Testing Lab companies can come and test their products. Gneis, who specialise in outdoor wear for children,...

  • 3D-printing for the future

    08 December - 2017

    Ten years ago, Mid Sweden University acquired a 3D-printer for SEK 7 million. It provided researchers with unique opportunities and an advantage over the...

  • Sports Tech Innovation Initiative

    28 November - 2017

    Sports Tech Innovation Initiative - STII, is a joint venture between Mid University and the business community, which will strengthen renewal...

  • Physiological effects of breathing resistance in equipment for measurements of aerobic energy expenditure

    18 August - 2017

    The project aims to study breathing resistance in flow meters, valves, mixing chambers and respiratory hoses, as well as its effects on athletes...

  • Additive manufacturing

    12 April - 2017

    The lab for additive manufacturing enables to create advanced components in a variety of materials from a 3D model in the computer, complex geometries...

  • Applied mechanics

    16 November - 2017

    The applied mechanics lab is a flexible lab where we design customized test rigs and perform advanced measurement to measure how different mechanical...

  • Wind tunnel

    12 April - 2017

    The wind tunnel houses one of the largest treadmills in the world, an enormous fan and advanced climate function allowing for groundbreaking research...

  • Materials testing

    12 April - 2017

    The lab for materials testing is a unique test environment and essential resource for both manufacturing companies, research and education. Here,...

  • Functional clothing works - but not in all conditions

    02 March - 2017

    We often assume that garments containing microporous membranes, which are both "waterproof" and "breathable", would perform equally good in all...

  • Wind tunnel provides perfect testing conditions

    17 October - 2016

    The Sports Tech Research Centre's new wind tunnel was unveiled in 2015. Featuring one of the world's largest treadmills, enormous fans and an adjustable ra...