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On this page you will find information on how to reference

Dissertations

Template

Author's last name, first name initial. (year of publication). Title of dissertation. Diss., Place of publication: Publisher.

Textual reference

The textual reference consists of a parenthesis containing the authors surname, the publication year and the page. An alternative is to write the surname in the text, and just the publication year and page in the parenthesis.

Page number is only needed when you are citing a direct quote.

(Ericsson, 2006)

In the reference list

Ericsson, M. (2006). Simulation of robot paths and heat effects in welding. Diss., Lund: Lund University.

Conference proceedings

Template

Author's last name, first name initial (ed.) (year of publication). Title of conference proceedings. Conference date, year, city.

If the conference city is not generally known, you can also include the country.

Textual reference

(Christiansson et al., 2008)

(Dahlgaard & Dahlgaard, ed. 2001)

In the reference list

Christiansson, A-K., Johansen, F., Andersson, K. & Dahl, P. (2008) Automation of a robotised metal deposition system using laser melting of wire. 18th International Conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent manufacturing (FAIM 2008), 30 June-2 July, 2008, Skövde.

Dahlgaard-Park, S.M. & Dahlgaard, J.J. (ed.) (2001). Building people and organisational excellence. 4th International QMOD Conference, 12-14 September, 2001, Linköping.

Reports and student essays

Template

Author's last name, first name initial. (year of publication). The report's title. Place of publication: Publisher. (Series title),

If the paper is electronic add few more details:
Author's last name, first name initial. (year of publication). The report's title. [Electronic] Place of publication: Publisher. (Series title) Available: [date of access].

Textual reference

The textual reference consists of a parenthesis containing the authors surname, the publication year and the page. An alternative is to write the surname in the text, and just the publication year and page in the parenthesis.

Page number is only needed when you are citing a direct quote.

(Swedish Higher Education Authority, 2018)

(Al Hayani, 2013)

In the reference list

Swedish Higher Education Authority (2018) Higher education in Sweden: 2018 status report. [Electronic] Stockholm: Swedish Higher Education Authority (Report 2018:10) Available: https://english.uka.se/download/18.7f89790216483fb85588e86/1534509947612/Report-2018-06-26-higher-education-in-Sweden-2018.pdf [2020-11-23].

Al Hayani, M. (2013). Offline Programming of Robots in Car Seat Production [Electronic]. Trollhättan: University West. (Independent thesis Advanced level 15hp, 2013 Department of Engineering Science) Available: http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:hv:diva-5415 [2020-11-23].

Annual reports

Template

Company name. (year of publication). Title of annual report. [Electronic] Available: Name of database [date of access].

or

Company name. (year of publication). Title of annual report. [Electronic] Place of publication: Company name. Available: URL [date of access].

Textual reference

(Holmen, 2013) 
(Volvo Car Group, 2019)
(H&M, 2013)

Sometimes abbreviations can be used.

In the reference list

Volvo Car Group (2019) Annual report 2019. [Electronic] Gothenburg: Volvo Car Group. Available https://investors.volvocars.com/annualreport2019/index.html [2020-11-23].

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