Welcome to the Division of Industrial Engineering and Management

About the Division of Industrial Engineering and Management

The Division of Industrial engineering and management conducts research and provides education related to various aspects of industrial development, operations and management.

The Division of Industrial engineering and management conducts research and provides education related to various aspects of industrial development, operations and management.

Our activities are guided by a particular interest in how new technology and new research findings come into use in organizations and in society at large. The division is characterized by intellectual curiosity and an overall interest in the dynamics of innovation processes and in entrepreneurship, industrial management and organization, as well as in business development in a broad sense.

Student in our master program in interview (in Swedish)

Laura Alexis, student of the second year of the master program in industrial management and innovation, is interviewed in the journal PLUGGA NU. Read the article here (in Swedish)

 

Doctoral course: Temporary organizing, and organizing by projects

21‐24th of September 2015 Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, 7.5 ECTS

The course address contemporary research streams of temporary organizing, project organizations and leadership. Particular focus will be on what may be referred to as a 3rd generation of qualitative / behavioral European research tradition.

The course is organized in three parts; a reading assignment of selected literature, a 4 day intensive course master class session and a term paper to be presented as  a conference paper of choice.

Location Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway. 21‐24th of September 2015.

Download course description and details here

Contact and further inquiries please contact Marcus Lindahl

Education

Bachelor Programme in Quality Engineering and Management 

We provide education within five concurrent tracks:

We also offer a number of individual courses.

Research

Innovation and strategy

  • Hiding innovation in conservative markets

  • Reducing energy consumption of and by IT

Product development, commercialization and business models

  • Laboratory Life, in and beyond the Entrepreneurial University

  • Spin-offs and market interfaces in the energy industry