Erik Sundin (Associate Professor) has conducted research mainly within Product-Service Systems (PSS) and Remanufacturing since 2000 and is now internationally well-known within both research areas. In year 2004 Erik defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled: Product and Process Design for Successful Remanufacturing. Erik has been lead and been a part of several national and international research projects e.g. CAN-Reman with participating researchers and companies in Germany, Spain and Sweden. The aim of this project was to find out how remanufacturer could start performing remanufacturing on valuable components used in the CAN-bus system in cars. Erik has experiences in supervision of several Ph.D. students and a Post Doc called Dr. Hui Mien Lee from Singapore Institute of Manufacturing and Technology (SIMTech). In addition, Erik has been involved in starting up the new Journal of Remanufacturing (Springer) and currently has the function as a regional editor for European Union together with Professor Daniel Brissaud, University of Grenoble (France). Within the research area of PSS Erik has been starting up the international research network called The International PSS Design Research Community which includes researchers from Japan, Germany, Denmark, UK, France and Sweden. More information about this network can be found at: www.pssdesignresearch.org. In addition, Erik was one of the researchers that organized the second international conference on the PSS topic called The 2nd International Conference on Industrial Product/Service Systems (IPS2) that was held in Linköping, Sweden, 14-15th April 2010. Erik has currently published 90 international science papers within remanufacturing and PSS.