Susanne Nilsson is a researcher at Integrated Product Development and Design, Department of Machine Design. She has a MSc in materials technology and a Ph.D. in innovation management. Susanne has extensive experience in the medical device industry where she has held R&D and innovation management positions for 15+ years. In addition, she has been responsible for many industry-academia collaboration projects. Her research interests include sustainable product-service innovation and innovation capability development within and between organizations, both public and private. She is presently involved in research projects related to multi-stakeholder collaboration in innovation ecosystems, social entrepreneurship and frugal innovation, and pricing and revenue models for digital offerings. Susanne teaches master-level students in courses related to innovation management and product development, is involved in teacher training for challenge-driven education, and is a program director at KTH Executive School. In addition, she is engaged in KTH GDH (Global Development Hub) developing opportunities for students to creatively manage complex real-life sustainability challenges in Africa.
Innovations- och produktutvecklingsprocesser (MF2085), kursansvarig, lärare | Kurswebb