Clarissa González is a PhD candidate at Chalmers University of Technology, doing research about servitization and exploring how service-based business models in combination with digital technologies can provide advantages from an environmental and economic perspective.
Clarissa has taken courses such as Production Innovation, Engineering Design Research Methodology, Get Your Paper Published, Sustainable Development, Transdisciplinary Approach to Circular Economy Research and several editions of Communication and Media Training.
One thing that Clarissa thinks distinguishes Produktion2030 Graduate School is that all courses try to connect to the students’ own research:
– All courses try to ensure that you make progress in your own research, such as writing an article or a chapter for your dissertation. I think the applicability of the Produktion2030 Graduate School courses is quite unique.