sessions 2 & 6a chairmen profiles
Dr Thomas Lundholm, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE
Dr Thomas Lundholm is Manager of XPRES (Initiative for excellence in production engineering), one of six strategic research areas at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He is PhD in production engineering as well as doing research and development in adaptive machining control, CNC system applications, manufacturing data acquisition and analysis, manufacturing system supervision and management and manufacturing resource modeling. Dr Lundholm is a member of: Swedish Standards Institute’s TC for industrial automation and technical advisory board for manufacturing technology, EMIRAcle, www.emiracle.eu, Swedish automotive manufacturing R&D cluster Component manufacture. He was co-founder of and partner in B4Industry—a small company developing innovative IS/IT solutions for the manufacturing industry. Dr Lundholm is project leader for three strategic automotive research projects on robust machining, gear manufacturing and line information system architecture.
Dr Christian Holme, Kaleido Technology, DK
Dr Christian Holme studied physics at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, where he received his master in 1993 and his PhD in 1997. After a post doctorate stay at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor USA, he joined Ibsen Microstructure in 1998 working on holographic recording of diffraction gratings to be used by the telecommunication industry. In 2001 Dr Holme co-founded Kaleido Technology together with four colleagues from Ibsen Micro – working as specialist until 2010, since then he has been CTO of Kaleido Technology.