Invitation to spring meeting on May 11-12. 2023 in Lund, Sweden 
Visa i webbläsare  /  Vidarebefordra
11352 rise logo rgb pos
Invitation to UTMIS/DGM joint spring meeting on May 11-12 in Lund, Sweden
Now it's time for UTMIS's spring meeting! The meeting is held in Lund at Medicon Village with RISE Research Institutes of Sweden as host! The meeting is lunch-to-lunch starting at 11:30 a.m., May 11 and ending at 1:00 p.m. on May 12.

The meeting will be a joint event together with the German DGM and DVM. We will also visit ESS, European Spallation Source.

Theme: Fatigue behaviour and material defects

Date:May 11-12

Time:May 11, 11.30 - May 12, 13.00 including dinner day 1 at 19.00

Place:Medicon Village, Scheeletorget 1
Conference room - Sharience

Registration:Sign up no later than April 28
Number of seats is limited

Fee:Free for members


and transport:

See here
Theme of the meeting:
Read more

Go to registration

With reservation for changes in the programme
Day 1
11.30We meet up at Medicon Village

11.45Joint lunch at Inspira 

12.45Welcome to the spring meeting
Torsten Sjögren, UTMIS/RISE and Ulrich Krupp, DGM

12.55Presentation of RISE/UTMIS/DGM

13.10Presentation of 2022 years thesis work
Awarding of scholarship

13.35Presentations | Session 1

Coffee break

15.20Presentations | Session 2

16.35End of Day 1

19.00 Dinner

Day 2
08.30We gather at Medicon Village

09.00Visit to ESS (bus transport back to RISE)

10.15Presentations | Sessions 3 and 4 (incl. Coffee break)

11.50Wrap up of the spring meeting
Torsten Sjögren, UTMIS/RISE

12.00Spring meeting ends with a joint lunch at Inspira (Medicon Village)

13.00End of day 2

If someone else in your organization or network is interested in this, please forward the invitation.
We look forward to your registration, Very welcome!

Read more about UTMIS here
UTMIS – The Swedish Fatigue Network
UTMIS is a non-profit-making network of companies, research institutes and University departments working in the field of fatigue of materials.

We aim to support our member organisations work by providing and publishing information and spreading awareness of fatigue effects, closer cooperation between parties, improving levels of knowledge, performing projects to support work in the field and raising the profile of the area with research funding organisations.

UTMIS is operated as a non-profit-making association, financed by its members fees.

Torsten Sjögren, chairman
Tel: +46 10 516 52 49
E-mail: or

 c/o Torsten Sjögren
 Box 857
 501 15 Borås
bild bild bild bild
11354 rise logo rgb neg
unknown link