Yuji Yamamoto is a Postdoctoral fellow at IDT, Mälardalen University. He currently engages in the research on innovative production development and higher education. He completed his Ph.D. in 2013. The topic of the thesis was Kaikaku in production - innovative and radical change of production system. Yuji previously worked as a consultant to assist improvements in production at manufacturing companies. He also worked as a product development engineer in the car industry. He received his M.Sc. in 2003 from Kyoto University in Japan in the area of manufacturing system engineering.
Development of methods that support exploration of simple and low-cost IoT-aided improvement solutions at manufacturing plants (Oct 2018) Yuji Yamamoto, Kristian Sandström The 2018 Annual Autumn Meeting of Japan Industrial Management Association (JIMA)
Karakuri IoT – the concept and the result of pre-study (Sep 2018) Yuji Yamamoto, Kristian Sandström Proceedings Advances in Manufacturing Technology XXXIII (ICMR2018)
Need of understanding how to enhance innovation at early phases of production system development (Jan 2018) Yuji Yamamoto Participatory Innovation Conference 2018 (PIN-C 2018)
Towards a perfect learning process: where is Sweden? (Oct 2016) Yuji Yamamoto, Raine Isaksson , Rickard Garvare
Proposal of a deliberate discovery-learning approach to building exploration capabilities in a manufacturing organization (Jun 2013) Yuji Yamamoto The 23rd International Conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM'13)