I am an industrial researcher at Scania CV AB in Södertälje, Sweden. I have been been working with vehicle electronic systems integration and architecture since 2002. I recieved my B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering at the Royal Institute of Technology 2002 after completing my studies with a final year at Fachhochschule Zentral Schweiz. My research area is systems engineering of vehicle electronics. My licentiatie thesis was accepted in 2008, where a method was presented on how to improve the decisions made during the early phases of E/E-system development. My current research focus on how Lean principles can improve the development process of software-intensive system. My PhD thesis investigates how Lean thinking can be applied to system architecting and was defended in march 2011.
A Comparative Case Study of Architecting Practices in the Embedded Software Industry (Apr 2011) Håkan Gustavsson, Jakob Axelsson IEEE International Conference and Workshops on Engineering of Computer-Based Systems
Architecting Complex Embedded Systems: An Industrial Case Study (Apr 2011) Håkan Gustavsson, Jakob Axelsson IEEE International Systems Conference
Lean Thinking Applied to System Architecting (Feb 2011) Håkan Gustavsson
Comparative study on system architecting in two automotive product lines (Sep 2010) Håkan Gustavsson, Ulrik Eklund 14th International Software Product Line Conference,
Implementing Value Stream Mapping VSM in a R&D organisation (Aug 2010) Johan Tingström , Håkan Gustavsson, Peter Palmér NordDesign2010 - International Conference on Methods and Tools for Product and Production Development
Improving the system architecting process through the use of Lean tools (Jul 2010) Håkan Gustavsson, Jakob Axelsson Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology
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