Johan Holmqvist

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A systems analysis approach was used to assess farmscale nutrient and trace element sustainability by combining full-scale field experiments with specific studies of nutrient release from mineral weathering and trace-element cycling. At the Ojebyn dairy farm in northern Sweden, a farm-scale case study including phosphorus (P), potassium (K), and zinc (Zn)(More)
Integrated circuits, printed circuits boards, and multi-board systems are becoming increasingly complex to test. A major obstacle is test access, which would be eased by effective standards for the communication between devices-under-test (DUTs) and the test manager. Currently, the Internal Joint Test Access Group (IJTAG) work at micro-level on a standard(More)
Open-ended problems provides a window for innovations, but understanding the actual problem is challenging. Typically, teams might settle on their first impression as the design problem. Such an approach usually ends up in, not a bad solution, but in a solution that might not solve the right problem. Radical innovation literature suggests that teams should(More)
Regional research project are, as is also regional industry, highly need-based. That is, understanding the stakeholders' (or customers') real challenges and related needs is important. This study is based on interviews with SMEs in the Northern parts of Finland, Norway and Sweden, but also on available innovation agendas and strategies for each country. The(More)
Actionable knowledge is a competitive advantage to most organizations today. It is difficult to manage knowledge in technical projects, however, because both creation and use are embedded in the daily work. Experiences need to be extracted from activities, reflected on, and then contextualized again if they are going to benefit another project. The purpose(More)
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