Publications from all the projects within the REES program. Including research conducted at Chalmers, Linköping University and Lund University
Publications from all the projects within the REES program. Including research conducted at Chalmers, Linköping University and Lund University
André, H., M. Ljunggren Söderman and A.-M. Tillman (2016 of Conference). Circular Economy as a Means to Efficient Use of Scarce Metals? Electronics Goes Green 2016, Berlin, Germany, 7-9 September.
Bergstrand, H. and C. Jönsson (2017). Preparing for tomorrow. Exploring design adaptations of a wheel loader for a circular business model. Master of science thesis, ESA report 2017:2, Chalmers University of Technology.
Brambila-Macias, S. (2018). Early stages of designing resource-efficient offerings : An initial view of their analysis and evaluation. 1801 Licentiate thesis, comprehensive summary, Linköping University Electronic Press.
Brambila-Macias, S. A., L. Dahllöf, K. Eriksson and T. Sakao (2017 of Conference). Development of an environmental evaluation tool in the transport sector and its impact on decision-making in the early stages of design. 8th International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Luxemburg, September 3-6.
Brambila-Macias, S. A., S. Nilsson, M. Widgren, M. Lindahl and T. Sakao (2017). State of the Art of Design Methods for Resource Efficient and Effective Solutions – Report from “Product and Service Design Methods for REES” Project of Mistra REES program, Linköping University. LIU-IEI-RR–17/00264—SE (two reports in one publication): 39 pages.
Brambila-Macias, S. A., S. Nilsson, M. Widgren, M. Lindahl and T. Sakao (2017). Support for Designing Resource Efficient and Effective Solutions: Current Use and Requirements by Swedish Industry – Report from “Product and Service Design Support for REES” Project of Mistra REES program. Linköping, Sweden, Linköping University, LIU-IEI-RR–17/00281—SE: 35 pages.
Brambila-Macias, S. A., T. Sakao and C. Kowalkowski (2016 of Conference). Interdisciplinary Insights Found for Product/Service System Design. 14th International Design Conference (DESIGN), Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 16-19, The Design Society.
Brambila-Macias, S. A., T. Sakao and C. Kowalkowski (2018). ”Bridging the gap between engineering design and marketing: insights for research and practice in product/service system design.” Design Science 4: e7.
Böckin, D., S. Willskytt, A.-M. Tillman and M. Ljunggren Söderman (2016 of Conference). What makes solutions within the manufacturing industry resource efficient? EcoBalance 2016, October 3-6, Kyoto, Japan.
Carl, D. (2017). Rethinking the Ecodesign Policy Mix in Europe. Sustainability Through Innovation in Product Life Cycle Design. EcoProduction (Environmental Issues in Logistics and Manufacturing). M. Matsumoto, K. Masui, S. Fukushige and S. Kondoh, Springer, Singapore.
Chen, Z. and Z. Lu (2017). Life cycle assessment of alternative business models for Volvo trucks. Master of science thesis, ESA report 2017:1, Chalmers University of Technology.
Dalhammar, C. (2015). ”The Application of ‘life cycle thinking’ in European environmental law: theory and practice.” Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law 12(2): 97-127.
Dalhammar, C. (2015). ”The Setting of Progressive Energy Efficiency Performance Standards for Products through the Ecodesign Directive.” Nordic Environmental Law Journal 2015(1): 21-41.
Dalhammar, C. (2016). ”Industry attitudes towards ecodesign standards for improved resource efficiency.” Journal of Cleaner Production 123: 155-166.
Dalhammar, C. and L. Milios (2016). Policies for a Circular Economy. Policy Brief, Mistra-Rees Researh program.
Dalhammar, C. and L. Milios (2016). Policies to support reconditioning and reuse of ICT. 2016 Electronics Goes Green 2016+ (EGG), 6-9 Sept. 2016.
Desai A., Lindahl M. and W. M. (2017). Actors and System Maps: A Methodology for Developing Product/Service Systems. Sustainability Through Innovation in Product Life Cycle Design. EcoProduction (Environmental Issues in Logistics and Manufacturing). M. Matsumoto, K. Masui, S. Fukushige and S. Kondoh, Springer, Singapore.
Fargnoli, M. and T. Sakao (2017). ”Uncovering differences and similarities among quality function deployment-based methods in Design for X: Benchmarking in different domains.” Quality Engineering 29(4): 690-712.
Gabhane, P. and M. Kaddoura (2017). Remanufacturing in Circular Economy: A gearbox Example. Master thesis, Chalmers University of Technology.
Hamza, M. and L. Trinh (2017). Material trends in passenger cars. Towards increased material efficiency? Master of science thesis, KTH Industrial Engineering and Management.
Johansson, H. (2017). Interdisciplinary Requirement Engineering for Hardware and Software Development : from a Hardware Development Perspective Master thesis.
Kimita, K., T. Sakao and Y. Shimomura: (2018). ”A Failure Analysis Method for Highly-Reliable Product-Service System Design.” Research in Engineering Design, Springer 29(2): pp 143–160.
López, A. M., F. Musonda, T. Sakao and N. Kebir (2017). ”Lessons Learnt from Designing PSS for Base of Pyramid.” Procedia CIRP 61: 623-628.
Maitre‐Ekern, E. and C. Dalhammar (2016). ”Regulating Planned Obsolescence: A Review of Legal Approaches to Increase Product Durability and Reparability in Europe.” Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law 25(3): 378-394.
Matschewsky, J., M. L. Kambanou and T. Sakao (2017). ”Designing and providing integrated product-service systems – challenges, opportunities and solutions resulting from prescriptive approaches in two industrial companies.” International Journal of Production Research: 1-19.
Neramballi, A., T. Sakao and J. Gero: (2018 of Conference). What do experienced practitioners discuss when designing Product/ Service Systems? 8th International Conference on Design Computing and Cognition (DCC’18), Como, Italy, July 2-4.
Nilsson, S. (2017). How requirements development could support design of effective and resource-efficient offerings. 1789 Licentiate thesis, comprehensive summary, Linköping University Electronic Press.
Nilsson, S. and M. Lindahl (2016). ”A Literature Review to Understand the Requirements Specification’s Role when Developing Integrated Product Service Offerings.” Procedia CIRP 47: 150-155.
Nussholz, J. (2017 of Conference). Circular Business Model Framework: Mapping value creation architectures along the product lifecycle. PLATE conference, 8-10 November, Delft University of Technology.
Nussholz, J. (2017). ”Circular business models: Defining a concept and framing an emerging research field.” Sustainability 9(10): 16 pages.
Päivärinne, S. and M. Lindahl (2016). ”Combining Integrated Product and Service Offerings with Industrial Symbiosis – a study of opportunities and challenges.” Journal of Cleaner Production 127: 240-248.
Sakao, T. (2015 of Conference). Eco-Co-design – Ecodesign with Communication, Cooperation, and Co-creation: A preliminary report. Global Cleaner Production & Sustainable Consumption Conference, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 1 – 4 November.
Sakao, T., W. Song and J. Matschewsky (2017). ”Creating service modules for customising product/service systems by extending DSM.” CIRP Annals 66(1): 21-24.
Shu, L. H., J. Duflou, C. Herrmann, T. Sakao, Y. Shimomura, Y. De Bock and J. Srivastava (2017). ”Design for reduced resource consumption during the use phase of products.” CIRP Annals 66(2): 635-658.
Song, W. and T. Sakao (2016). ”Service conflict identification and resolution for design of product–service offerings.” Computers & Industrial Engineering 98: 91-101.
Song, W. and T. Sakao (2017). ”A customization-oriented framework for design of sustainable product/service system.” Journal of Cleaner Production 140: 1672-1685.
Song, W. and T. Sakao (2018). ”An environmentally conscious PSS recommendation method based on users’ vague ratings: A rough multi-criteria approach.” Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 1592-1606.
Sun, H., Y. Liu, T. Sakao and Z. Wang (2016). Configuring use-oriented aero-engine overhaul service with multi-objective optimization for environmental sustainability.
Whalen, K. A., L. Milios and J. Nussholz (2017). ”Bridging the gap: Barriers and potential for scaling reuse practices in the Swedish ICT sector.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling.
Widgren, M. and T. Sakao (2016 of Conference). Unanswered questions in conceptual design towards Circular Economy. The 14th International Design Conference – (DESIGN 2016), Dubrovnik, May 16-19.
Wiesner, S., S. Nilsson and K.-D. Thoben (2017). ”Integrating Requirements Engineering for Different Domains in System Development – Lessons Learnt from Industrial SME Cases.” Procedia CIRP 64: 351-356.
Willskytt, S., D. Böckin, H. André, M. Ljunggren Söderman and A. M. Tillman (2016 of Conference). Framework for analysing resource‐efficient solutions. EcoBalance 2016, Kyoto, Japan., October 3-6.
Zhang, Y., G. Zhang, T. Qu, Y. Liu and R. Y. Zhong (2017). ”Analytical target cascading for optimal configuration of cloud manufacturing services.” Journal of Cleaner Production 151: 330-343.
Kambanou, M. L. and M. Lindahl (2016). ”A Literature Review of Life Cycle Costing in the Product-Service System Context.” Procedia CIRP 47: 186-191.
Lindahl, M. (2015). Integrated Product and Service Offerings – A means to achieve competitiveness through value-added manufacturing. The World Engineering Conference and Convention (WECC2015). Kyoto, Japan.
Matschewsky, J. (2016). What’s in it for the Provider? : A Lifecycle-Focused Approach towards Designing for Value in Product-Service Systems. 1757 Licentiate thesis, comprehensive summary, Linköping University Electronic Press.
Matschewsky, J., T. Sakao, S. Khanagha and S. W. Elfving (2016). ”What’s in it for the Provider? The Case of a Telecom Vendor’s Value Capturing from the Transition to Product-Service Systems.” Procedia CIRP 47: 6-11.
Nussholz, J. and L. Milios (2017). Adopting circular economy principles in the building sector: An exploration of innovative, front-running business models. SustEcon Conference – The contribution of a sustainable economy to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Berlin, Germany.
Andersson, M., M. Ljunggren Söderman and B. A. Sandén (2017). ”Lessons from a century of innovating car recycling value chains.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 25: 142-157.
Andersson, M., M. Ljunggren Söderman and B. Sandén (2016). Mapping the content and fates of scarce metals in discarded cars. Life Cycle Assessment and Other Assessment Tools for Waste Management and Resource Optimization. Cetraro, Italy.
Andersson, M., M. Ljunggren Söderman and B. Sandén (2017). Refining policies aimed at recycling of complex products. 8th International Sustainability Transitions Conference. Gothenburg, Sweden.
Andersson, M., M. Ljunggren Söderman and B. A. Sandén (2017). ”Are scarce metals in cars functionally recycled?” Waste Management 60: 407-416.
Antikainen, R., C. Dalhammar, M. Hildén, J. Judl, T. Jääskeläinen, P. Kautto, S. Koskela, M. Kuisma, D. Lazarevic, I. Mäenpää, J.-P. Ovaska, P. Peck, H. Rodhe, A. Temmes and Å. Thidell (2017). Renewal of forest based manufacturing towards a sustainable circular bioeconomy, Finnish Environment Institute. 13/2017.
Arvidsson, R., A. M. Tillman, B. A. Sandén, M. Janssen, A. Nordelöf, D. Kushnir and S. Molander (2017). ”Environmental Assessment of Emerging Technologies: Recommendations for Prospective LCA.” Journal of Industrial Ecology 0(0).
Dalhammar, C. and C. Leire (2017). Långsiktiga effekter av miljöanpassad upphandling, Konkurrensverket rapportserie 2017:5, Swedish Competition Authority, Stockholm.
Diener, D. L. (2017). Scrap happens, but does it have to? : On the potential of increasing machine component reuse. Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology.
Diener, D. L. and A.-M. Tillman (2015). ”Component end-of-life management: Exploring opportunities and related benefits of remanufacturing and functional recycling.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling 102: 80-93.
Diener, D. L. and A.-M. Tillman (2016). ”Scrapping steel components for recycling—Isn’t that good enough? Seeking improvements in automotive component end-of-life.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling 110: 48-60.
Lindkvist, M., H. Baumann and M. Ljunggren Söderman (2016). Complementing LCA with qualitative organizational study for improving waste management governance – illustrated by a comparative case on metal packaging. Life Cycle Assessment and Other Assessment Tools for Waste Management and Resource Optimization. Cetraro, Italy.
Lozano, F. J., R. Lozano, P. Freire, C. Jiménez-Gonzalez, T. Sakao, M. G. Ortiz, A. Trianni, A. Carpenter and T. Viveros (2018). ”New perspectives for green and sustainable chemistry and engineering: Approaches from sustainable resource and energy use, management, and transformation.” Journal of Cleaner Production 172: 227-232.
Luth, R., J., , C. Dalhammar, R. van Buskirk and B. P. (2017). Accounting for durability in least life cycle cost methods. ECEEE2017. France.
Marzal López, A. and F. Musonda (2016). How can we support Product Service system design for renewable technologies in the BoP markets? MSc Thesis, Linköping University, LIU-IEI-TEK-A-16/02494—SE.
Nilsson, S., J. Jensen, M. Björkman and E. Sundin (2016). 11 Rules of Design for Manufacturing when Producing Pre-Impregnated Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Plastic Components : an Application at SAAB Aerostructures.
Nordelöf, A. (2017). Using life cycle assessment to support the development of electrified road vehicles : Component data models, methodology recommendations and technology advice for minimizing environmental impact. Göteborg, Chalmers University of Technology.
Nordelöf, A., E. Grunditz, A.-M. Tillman, T. Thiringer and M. Alatalo (2018). ”A scalable life cycle inventory of an electrical automotive traction machine—Part I: design and composition.” The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 23(1): 55-69.
Nordelöf, A. and A.-M. Tillman (2018). ”A scalable life cycle inventory of an electrical automotive traction machine—Part II: manufacturing processes.” The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 23(2): 295-313.
Tasaki, T., K. Shobatake, K. Nakajima and C. Dalhammar (2017). ”International Survey of the Costs of Assessment for Environmental Product Declarations.” Procedia CIRP 61: 727-731.