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Angelica Lindwall
Angelica Lindwall

Angelica Lindwall

PhD Student
Luleå University of Technology
Product Innovation
Humans and Technology
Department of Social Sciences, Technology and Arts
+46 (0)920 493518
A3549 Luleå

Understanding design for additive manufacturing in space applications

Angelica finished her master in industrial design engineering at Luleå university of technology in 2015 and has since then been a PhD student at the Product Innovation group. Her research is connected to the Graduate School of Space Technology at LTU and is performed in collaboration with the RIT-project (Space for Innovation and Growth). 

Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM) is often argued to bring a higher degree of design freedom, as well as a possibility to bring a higher level of creativity. However, the new manufacturing technology does not come without boundaries and the lack of understanding for such boundaries influence designers’ possibilities to utilize their creative abilities. Angelicas research focus on creativity in DfAM, aiming to contribute to the research areas product development, creativity, and DfAM.


Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary

Creativity in Design for Additive Manufacturing (2023)

Lindwall. A
Article in journal

Innovation in a box: exploring creativity in design for additive manufacturing in a regulated industry (2022)

Lindwall. A, Dordlofva. C, Rönnbäck Öhrwall. A, Törlind. P
Journal of engineering design (Print), Vol. 33, nr. 8-9, s. 567-586
Article in journal

Exploring creativity management of design for additive manufacturing (2021)

Lindwall. A, Wikberg Nilsson. Å
International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation, Vol. 9, nr. 4, s. 217-235
Conference paper

Review of Design Heuristics and Design Principles in Design for Additive Manufacturing (2021)

Valjak. F, Lindwall. A
Part of: Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED21), s. 2571-2580, Cambridge University Press, 2021