Onur Kaya

Doktorand at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Product Development

Onur Kaya is a PhD student in System Engineering & PLM research group. His research is about visual management. He focuses on digital visual Lean management tools and processes. His research aims at making the management of product development and production more efficient. His research has strong implications on product development and production companies that are looking for efficient deviation management, synchronization, and continuous improvement.http://www.linkedin.com/in/onurkaya

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Visualization and IT in product and production development

Amer Catic Product Development
Dag Henrik Bergsjö Product Development
Staffan Olsson Product Development
Onur Kaya Product Development
Daniel Stenholm Product Development

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Trends, observations and drivers for change in systems engineering design

Ola Isaksson, Ívar Örn Arnarsson, Dag Henrik Bergsjö et al
DS 87-3 Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED 17) Vol 3: Product, Services and Systems Design, Vancouver, Canada, 21-25.08.2017. Vol. 3, p. 201-210
Paper in proceedings

Introducing digital pulse as a deviation management methodology for dental product development and production

Onur Kaya, Timo Kero, Dag Henrik Bergsjö
International Journal of Lean Enterprise Research. Vol. 1 (4), p. 351-372
Journal article

Global Project Management Using Digital Pulse Methodology

Onur Kaya, Amer Catic, Dag Henrik Bergsjö
Paper in proceedings

Towards global deviation management in product development using pulse methodology: A case study

Onur Kaya, Daniel Stenholm, Amer Catic et al
Procedia Computer Science. Vol. 28, p. 265-274
Paper in proceedings

Exploring the possibilities of using image recognition technology to create a hybrid lean system for pulse methodology

Onur Kaya, Amer Catic, Dag Henrik Bergsjö
Procedia Computer Science. Vol. 28, p. 275-284
Paper in proceedings