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Engineer Day
Stockholm 18th May 2022

Come develop yourself and your current engineering ideas!
Together we lay the foundations for the future: a day filled with inspiration, learning and networking.

Stockholm took place 18th May 2022. Come back next year!

Make a reservation free of charge – before May 11th. The number of bookings is limited.

On site in Stockholm

Take the opportunity to hear from and meet with representatives from several organisations!

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Programme

Time: 18th May 2022, 13.00–19.00
Place: Nacka Strandsmässan, Augustendalstorget 6, 131 52 Nacka Strand. (Map.)

The programme features several events, some of which overlap.
Attendees will be offered headsets allowing them to listen to several speakers simultaneously.

  • Main stage: This is the main event.
  • Brain Pod: Live pods available through headset.
  • Masterclass: Lectures with 25 people in attendance (film-screening format).
  • Networking: Converse throughout the day with engineers and company representatives.

13.00-13.20

Registration

Welcome to Engineer Day 2022! Meet with fellow engineers and colleagues as we sign you up for the day’s events.

13.30-13.50

Welcome Engineers! (In swedish)

Engineer Day 2022 is finally here! We engineers will be a deciding factor in meeting tomorrow’s goals, both locally and globally. Only if we help each other will these be realised. 

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Gunnar Wetterberg

Gunnar Wetterberg

Historian

Linus Persson

Linus Persson

Linti Group

13.55-14.40

... now what? (In swedish)

What role do we engineers have in society, both at home and in the wider world? What does the present and future hold?

Never before has the world stood before so many simultaneous challenges and possibilities. Processes of transformation in both traditional and newer business sectors are moving at an extremely high pace. Sustainability aspects, transformational force amongst the things many types of organisation need to begin looking into.

Listen to what some of the best in the business have to say regarding these future challenges and how to address them. 

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Gunnar Wetterberg

Gunnar Wetterberg

Historian

Överstelöjtnant David Saflind

Överstelöjtnant David Saflind

Defence Engineer, The Swedish Armed Forces

Katarina Borstedt

Katarina Borstedt

Director of Talent Strategy, Northvolt

Anna Pernestål

Anna Pernestål

Head of Strategic Partnerships at E-mobility Scale-up, Scania

Ulrika Jardfelt,

Ulrika Jardfelt,

Senior Vice President,
Business Area Heat, Vattenfall

Sara Gorton

Sara Gorton

Sustainability Manager, Skanska Sweden

Olof Johansson

Olof Johansson

Program manager Digitization of the transport system, Trafikverket

14.45-15.30 – All events concurrent

Ingenjörspanelen: Till vilket pris? Cirkularitet, innovativa material och elektrifiering. (In swedish)

Engineering Panel: At what cost? Circularity, innovative materials and electrification

What engineering-specific challenges result from these fast rates of development?

Is electrification really the answer to everything? What would happen if we were wrong and needed to revaluate our processes, even down to their smallest parts? Could open-source approaches be applied to circularity in order to improve upon our shared journey forward?

In the Engineering Panel discussions are held between representatives on stage who will then answer questions from the audience. 

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Gunnar Wetterberg

Gunnar Wetterberg

Historian

Martin Anderlind

Martin Anderlind

Special Projects, Northvolt

Anna Pernestål

Anna Pernestål

Head of Strategic Partnerships at E-mobility Scale-up, Scania

Henrik Ahnström

Henrik Ahnström

Head of Innovation, Skanska CDN

Yvonne Ruwaida

Yvonne Ruwaida

Business strategist, Vattenfall

Karl Axnäs

Karl Axnäs

Head of FaaS, Stora Enso

Sara Olsson

Sara Olsson

Sustainability Manager ,Boliden

Live Pod: The Smart World (In swedish)

Smart buildings, cars and AI. The smart world is growing everywhere, enabling a faster rate of growth as well as new and exciting challenges.

What have we learnt thus far and what will become smart next? What is the price we pay for becoming ‘smarter’? Are there any risks to these developments?

Listen in on a live pod where experts in this area will provide interesting angles and insights.

Marie Bemler

Marie Bemler

Senior Engineer, Intelligent Transport Systems, Scania

Olof Johansson

Olof Johansson

Program manager Digitization of the transport system, Trafikverket

Kommendörkapten Therese Tärnholm

Kommendörkapten Therese Tärnholm

Defence Engineer, The Swedish Armed Forces and PhD at KTH

Sofia Nagander

Sofia Nagander

Manager Digital transformation Office, LKAB

Live Pod: ’Ply-scrapers’ and sustainable construction. (In swedish)

Listen to how Sara kulturhus was built, the world’s most sustainable building, from scratch!

What other materials and building-techniques can contribute to far away sustainability goals? How do we together take responsibility for driving these processes forward, in manufacturing, property development, local politics and housing?

Be inspired by this live pod offering exciting insights from some of the best in the business!

Helena Renström

Helena Renström

Marketing Manager,
Skellefteå kommun

Patrik Sundberg

Patrik Sundberg

Business Unit Manager, Products and services, Skellefteå Kraft

Jessica Szyber

Jessica Szyber

Business Development Manager Wood Products, Stora Enso

Carl Humble

Carl Humble

Project Manager Building Solutions, Stora Enso

Live Pod: The Sweden of Tomorrow. (In swedish)

What makes a country? Infrastructure, railways, power grids. But then what? With a high rate of development Sweden wants to take the lead in many of these fields – an aspiration that brings with it many possibilities and obstacles.

How do we transform existing infrastructure into meeting sustainability and efficiency goals? Is it possible to upgrade them without having to start anew?

A Live Pod with interesting perspectives on Sweden as a strong force for change in a fast- moving world.

Hanna Eklöf

Hanna Eklöf

Utredningsledare klimat, Trafikverket

Anna Tahvanainen

Anna Tahvanainen

D&IS Director Sweden, Alstom

Patrik Fagerfjäll

Patrik Fagerfjäll

Head of Dept. Energy Systems & Processes, Vattenfall

Jenny Winblad

Jenny Winblad

Head of Sustainability,
Bonava Sverige

Masterclass: Minimise Vulnerability. (In swedish)

Cybersecurity, technology and defence. How do we minimise risks and avoid opening ourselves up to aggression and cyber warfare?

Today many cyberattacks are made possible due to faulty configuration. What do companies, individuals and nation-states need to keep in mind? How can we together strengthen our defences against cyberattacks?

In this Masterclass we are invited to join in and pose questions to the speakers. Participants are invited to discuss the current state of affairs in this area.

Fredrik Börjesson

Fredrik Börjesson

Cyber Security Strategist, MUST, The Swedish Armed Forces

Matilda Tidlund

Matilda Tidlund

Chief information security officer, Northvolt

 Kjell Jönsson

Kjell Jönsson

Chief Information Coordinator, IT-Staff, CIO, FMV

Masterclass: Intelligence and Technology with FRA, the Swedish National Authority for Signals Intelligence. (In swedish)

More information on this event will be made available shortly!
John Ahlmark

John Ahlmark

FRA

Mikael Starkhammar

Mikael Starkhammar

FRA

Magnus Sahlgren

Magnus Sahlgren

Head of research, NLU AI Sweden

Masterclass: The open automation platform of the future

The new automation platform ctrlX AUTOMATION from Bosch Rexroth surmounts the classic boundaries between machine controls, the IT world and the Internet of Things.

With a Linux real-time operating system, consistently open standards, app programming technology, web-based engineering and a comprehensive IoT connection, ctrlX AUTOMATION reduces components and engineering costs and provides a future proof and innovative automation solution.

Marco Parnola

Marco Parnola

Senior Technical Advisor,
Bosch Rexroth

15.30-15.40

Time for a break 🙂

15.40-16.25

Next Level Brains. (In swedish)

How do we make sure that you will reach the next level – how will you become an important part of the way forward? How do we lower the risk of burnout? Mental health issues are on the rise everywhere – how do we halt this development?

Are we enough? Are we working too hard and can other countries help out – with resources, on site or remotely? Is it healthy to always want to work?

 

Listen to some of our foremost companies on how they meet these challenges and what their current solutions are.

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Gunnar Wetterberg

Gunnar Wetterberg

Historian

Carla Vidén

Carla Vidén

HR-specialist Veterans Center, The Swedish Armed Forces

Jenny Hagström

Jenny Hagström

Lead and Learn, Northvolt

Siri Norman

Siri Norman

Learning Expertise at Scania Academy

Pernilla Törnros

Pernilla Törnros

Head of Health, Skanska Sweden

Emil Adén

Emil Adén

Unit Manager Attract and Recruit Trafikverket

Anna Gruffman

Anna Gruffman

VP Health and Safety, Vattenfall

16.30-17.15 – All events below will begin concurrently

Ingenjörspanelen: Who is Swedish? (English)

Is it reasonable to demand that those working in Sweden should be able to speak Swedish? Should it be required for them to be Swedish citizens?

Today we have engineers who drive taxis. How can we bring their expertise into our companies? Politics and lobbying are important components of solutions. But the companies inclusion work is also an important factor.

Discussions and questions about a topic that today needs more solutions than ever before as the lack of competence is one of our biggest challenges!

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Gunnar Wetterberg

Gunnar Wetterberg

Historian

Katarina Borstedt

Katarina Borstedt

Director of Talent Strategy, Northvolt

Helena Renström

Helena Renström

Marketing Manager, Skellefteå Kommun

Anna Gullstrand

Anna Gullstrand

Chief People & Culture Officer,
Mentimeter

Live Pod: The Brain is Your Asset! (In swedish)

 

With knowledge and experience you deliver insights unto future societal change. With training and relaxation you can increase your cognitive ability as well as your well-being. Create a routine for ‘cleaning your brain’ the same way you clean your teeth, and you will quickly notice a big difference. 

This live pod focuses on an area which many tend to forget, but one that can produce surprising benefits and returns for employees and employers alike

TBA

TBA

Ämnesexpert

TBA

TBA

Ämnesexpert

Live-podd: Designing Diversity (English)

What are the benefits of a diversity organisation? What are the challenges? And most importantly, how do I get started creating an organisation with diversity?

Meet the sharpest in the industry who discuss the possibilities and the positive effects in this live podcast.

Julia Glasfors

Julia Glasfors

Talent Acquisition manager, Northvolt

Emil Adén

Emil Adén

Unit Manager Attract and Recruit, Trafikverket

Julia Strandberg

Julia Strandberg

CEO, Inkluderingsbyrån

Live Pod: How can we learn from one another? (In swedish)

 

What is a Culture of Learning? How do we handle all of the competencies contained within an organisation? How can we create platforms in order that we may become better at sharing these competencies – both within the organisation as well as outside of them?

Listen in on this live pod for an inspiring conversation where several dimensions to these questions will be explored.

Pia Wide

Pia Wide

Head of Function for Learning and Leadership Development, Skanska Sweden

Yvonne Forsyth

Yvonne Forsyth

Process manager Learning, Vattenfall

Kommendörkapten Therese Tärnholm

Kommendörkapten Therese Tärnholm

Defence Engineer, The Swedish Armed Forces and PhD at KTH

Ulrika Thomaeus

Ulrika Thomaeus

Head of Human Resources, Bonava

Masterclass: Futureproof Yourself (Swedish)

 

Fast paced development requires quick processes of change, or do they? How does one stay relevant on the job market of tomorrow? How does one keep abreast of what new competencies are attractive? How does ‘upskilling’ and ‘reskilling’ work in practice?

Take home important learnings from this Masterclass focusing on your particular expertise

Rebecca Ihrfors

Rebecca Ihrfors

Head of Management Systems, FMV

Frida Thilén

Frida Thilén

Head of Human Resources, FMV

Henrik Hedberg

Henrik Hedberg

Media Relations Manager, FMV

Masterclass: Engineers at Voi on how to find impactful solutions to create Cities Made for Living (English)

Gender, Parking and Safety are three of the biggest topics and key areas of concern that arise in Voi’s discussions with the public and with cities. Voi is a believer in walking the walk, not just talking the talk, which means that we are genuinely keen in listening to – and addressing – these pain points.
 
Anna Richstein will try to help us understand and break down the topics before our engineers will share their work to find impactful solutions to help create real Cities Made for Living. You will also get the opportunity to ask question directly to the engineers.
 
Olena Cherkashyna on slow zones. Andreea Taylor on forecasting demand and supply. Rahman Amandius and Austin Stout on computer vision.
 
Anna Richstein

Anna Richstein

Policy Business Manager,
Voi Technology

Olena Cherkashyna

Olena Cherkashyna

Senior Backend Developer,
Voi Technology

Andreea Taylor

Andreea Taylor

Staff ML Engineer on forecasting demand and supply, Voi Technology

Rahman Amandius

Rahman Amandius

Head of Accelerated ML,
Voi Technology

Austin Stout

Austin Stout

Product Manager - Hardware,
Voi Technology

Masterclass: Building a Data Product: Cross-functional Teams contribute to Turning data into Business Value (English)

The majority of machine learning projects never make it into production. Here we outline how backend developers, frontend developers, data scientists, and designers working cross-functionally can build a data product, and therefore reduce the number of failed machine learning products. 

We use will use the example of a predictive maintenance product that uses machine learning. 

Emma Andersson

Emma Andersson

Data Scientist, Devoteam

Masterclass: 3

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17.20-17.50

Student Pitch!

Meet the engineers and ideas of tomorrow! In brief three-minute presentations five different student-led projects will be introduced. One entry will move on to the finals at the Engineer Gala, competing for the Great Engineering Student Prize of 2022!

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

Olof Johansson

Olof Johansson

Programchef Digitaliseringen av transportsystemet, Trafikverket

Studenter från projektet

Studenter från projektet

5 students/projects

17.55-18.05

We Engineers. Together. For the Future

 

Thank you for an amazing day, everyone! Now we look forward to future activities, both at Engineer Day and in other fora. We hope that everyone who participated will have left this event stronger and motivated to work towards a better united engineering community.

 

Thank you to everyone who participated. Hopefully we will meet again soon! 

Helena Torhage

Helena Torhage

Moderator

TBA

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Försvarsmakten

TBA

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Northvolt

TBA

TBA

Scania

TBA

TBA

Skanska

TBA

TBA

Trafikverket

Yvonne Forsyth,

Yvonne Forsyth,

Process manager Learning, Vattenfall

18.05-19.00

After Show Networking

 

Hang out and pose questions to company reps in person! Meet with colleagues and discuss issues brought up throughout the day. Enjoy!

Includes Silent Disco for those who want to participate.

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