The project ran between August 2017 and September 2021.
The purpose with the IPOS coordination project was to gather competence and creating a powerful force developing new materials, processes, products, and manufacturing methods based on Swedish wood raw material, with a focus on pine. IPOS, Swedish wood- Innovation potential for the biobased society, was a coordination project within BioInnovation Construction & Design.
The coordination project was led by Karin Sandberg RISE Research Institutes of Sweden. There are four sub-projects (SP);
- SP 1. Design, Product Development & Communication, Nazli Özkan Linköping University
- SP 2. Demand controlled refinement of Swedish timber, Bror Sundqvist, Luleå University of Technology
- SP 3. The Facade of the city Swift, Stylish, Smart, Karin Sandberg RISE
- SP 4, Outdoor load-bearing timber structures, Erik Serrano, Lund University.
IPOS dealt with innovation in wood-based building materials for various applications and creates conditions for efficient and sustainable manufacturing of these. Through collaboration and sharing of knowledge the individual sub-projects contributed to make “Swedish wood” more competitive and environmentally friendly material in products on the global market.
RISE, Luleå University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering (LTH), Lund University and Linköping University.
Implementation and stakeholder constellation in all IPOS-projects (pdf)
The project’s budget was 1 MSEK.