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Hans Liwång is responsible for the work performed by Liwång Naval Architects. Below you can find more information about his education, experience and research.
Master of Science in Naval Architecture (Royal Institute of Technology, 1999)
Licentiate in Engineering in Shipping and Marine Technology (Chalmers University of Technology, 2012)
Hans Liwång was born on October 9th 1974 in Stockholm, Sweden, and sailing, boating and boats has since then been an important part of his life.
In 1995, after 14 months of conscript service in the Royal Swedish Navy, he began his Engineering studies at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). Parallel to his studies at KTH Hans also studied Statistics, Business and Administration and Philosophy at Stockholm University.
After graduation Hans Liwång participated in a 6 month multi-company trainee program hosted by the Swedish Naval Engineering Community. Hans Liwång’s focus in the program was hydrodynamic calculations and testing and he was a part of development teams at the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV), Rolls-Royce/KaMeWa Propulsion and SSPA Hydrodynamic design. After the trainee program Hans Liwång started working for FMV Naval and Marine Command. At the command Hans Liwång was the surface vessel stealth coordinator for vessels such as the Visby Class Corvettes and the Stockholm Class Corvettes.
In 2001 Hans Liwång was offered a teaching position at the Department for Naval Architecture at KTH. This was a perfect possibility to get wider experience and Hans Liwång left FMV to teach Ship Structural Design and the art of hull drawings. The career at KTH was however, in 2002, cut short by the department’s re-location and merger with the Department for Shipping and Marine Technology at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden.
2002 to 2010, Hans Liwång, was the Director of Military-Technology Studies at The Swedish Defence University (SEDU former SNDC). The position included teaching, Military-Technology curricula development, pedagogy development and implementing changes to the Military-Technology education in order to facilitate the college’s transformation to a civilian accredited University College. Since 2010 Hans Liwång is a full time PhD-candidate in the area of risk analysis for naval ship design. The Research project is performed in cooperation with Chalmers University of Technology. Hans Liwång has also been responsible for the department’s cooperation with Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA, since 2003.
Parallel to his employment at KTH and SEDU Hans Liwång also has been active as a Naval Architecture consultant with assignments such as structural analysis of sail yachts and design of pleasure crafts.
Liwång, H., Ericson, M. & Bang, M. (2014). An examination of the implementation of risk based approaches in military operations. Journal of Military Studies, 5(2), 1-27.
Liwång, H., Sörenson, K. & Österman, C. (2014). Ship security challenges in high-risk areas: manageable or insurmountable?. WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs (JoMA).
Axberg, S., Andersson, K., Bang, M., Bruzelius, N., Bull, P., Eliasson, P., . . . Vretblad, B. (2013). Lärobok i Militärteknik, vol. 9: Teori och metod (1ed.). Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H. & Ringsberg, J. W. (2013). Ship security analysis: the effect of ship speed and effective lookout. In: Proceedings of the ASME 32nd International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE 2013): in Nantes, France, June 9-14, 2013. ASME Press.
Liwång, H., Ringsberg, J. W. & Norsell, M. (2013). Quantitative risk analysis: Ship security analysis for effective risk control options. Safety Science, 58, 98-112.
Liwång, H. (2013). Risk-based ship security analysis. Naval architect (2), 35-37.
Liwång, H. (2012). Risk-based ship security analysis – an approach based on civilian and military methods. (Licentiate dissertation). Gothenburg: Chalmers University of Technology.
Liwång, H. (2012). Risk analysis for shipping under piracy threat. Paper presented at Transport Research Arena 2012. The European Commission.
Liwång, H. (2012). Probabilistic risk assessment as a tool to support survivability decisions for naval ships: A case study on maritime piracy. Paper presented at The 6th European Survivability Workshop 2012: in Hamstad, Sweden, June 12 - 14 2012. Swedish Defence Research Agency.
Liwång, H., Ringsberg, J. W. & Norsell, M. (2012). Probabilistic Risk Assessment for Integrating Survivability and Safety Measures on Naval Ships. International Journal of Maritime Engineering (154), A21-A30.
Andersson, K., Hall, R., Hedlund, J., Häggkvist, M., Johansson, L.-Å., Kedeby, M., . . . Svantesson, C.-G. (2012). Introduktion till Operationsanalys: En antologi med essäer av studerande i militärteknik 2011. Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H., Westin, J., Wikingsson, J. & Norsell, M. (2011). Minimising Risk from Armed Attacks: The Effects of the Nato Naval Ship Code. In: Åke Sivertun (Ed.), Stockholm Contributions in Military-Technology 2010: (pp. 65-81). Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H. (2011). Informationsfusion vid bedömning antagonistiska hot: Matematisk riskanalys. Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H., Westin, J., Wikingsson, J. & Norsell, M. (2010). Minimising Risk from Armed Attacks: The new naval ship code's effects. Paper presented at International Society of Military Sciences Conference 2010: in Stockholm 2010. The International Society of Military Sciences.
Bruzelius, N., Bull, P., Bäck, L., Eklund, J., Heilert, K., Liwång, H., . . . Svantesson, C.-G. (2010). Lärobok i Militärteknik, vol. 5: Farkostteknik. Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H. (2008). PM, Militärteknisk grundnivå. Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Andersson, K., Artman, K., Astell, M., Liwång, H., Lundberg, A., Norsell, M. & Tornérhielm, L. (2007). Lärobok i Militärteknik, vol. 1: Grunder. Stockholm: Swedish National Defence College.
Liwång, H. (2005). Officersutbildningen svår teknisk balansgång. Framsyn (1). Stockholm: Swedish Defence Research Agency.
Liwång, H. (2003). Military technology education for the Swedish Armed Forces. Militärteknisk tidskrift (4), 6-10.
Liwång, H., Pejlert, L., Miller, S. & Gustavsson, J.-E. (2001). Management of High Speed Machinery Signatures to Meet Stealth Requirement in the Royal Swedish Navy Visby Class Corvette (YS2000). In: IGTI 2001. Paper presented at IGTI 2001 (pp. 2001-GT-0214). ASME.
Liwång, H. (1999). Evaluating SHIPFLOW as a tool for calculating transverse dynamic stability and maneuvering drift forces on two semi-planning hulls. (Master thesis). Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology.
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