Center for Industrial Production (CIP) is based in the middle of the beautiful campus area at Aalborg University and is serving as a national center of industrial manufacturing. CIP are dedicated to initiate and coordinate research in this area and to develop the necessary competencies and capabilities to increase the future competitive strength of Danish industry. The research staff are furthermore involved in teaching and supervising undergraduate and graduate students in various engineering degree programmes.
Center for Industrial Production
At Center for Industrial Production the majority of the research staff is also involved in teaching and supervising undergraduate and graduate students in various Engineering degree programmes. This ensures the latest research beeing part of the uducational programs at CIP.
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Balancing the relationship between theory and practical application has long been a challange in research. In striving to meet this challange a research model has been developed which serves as the fundation for all research work at CIP.
News and Events
Invitation to the Ph.d-defence by Morten Lund
The title of the Ph.d-dissertation is ”Capturing the business model narrative - Designing business models with narratives”.
To develop more sustainable societies industry need to better understand how to respond to environmental, social and economic challenges and transform industrial behavior and thinking. The GLOBAL-project aims to help small and medium-sized companies in Northern Jutland to approach the challenges of globalization.
Publications from CIP
The evolution of investment patterns on advanced manufacturing technology (AMT): A longitudinal perspective
Yang, C., Matthiesen, R. V., Farooq, S., Johansen, J., Hu, H. & Ma, L.,
Boer, H., Berger, A., Chapman, R. & Gertsen, F.,
Economic justification of virtual commissioning in automation industry
Shahim, N. & Møller, C.,
Islands in the stream? Challenges and resilience of the Danish industrial relations model in a liberalising world
Refslund, B. & Sørensen, O. H.,
Effect of a participatory organizational-level occupational health intervention on job satisfaction, exhaustion and sleep disturbances: Results of a cluster randomized controlled trial
Framke, E., Sørensen, O. H., Pedersen, J. & Rugulies, R.,
Sectoral variation in consequences of intra-European labour migration: How unions and structural conditions matter
The impact of product-process complexity and new product development order winners on new product development performance: The mediating role of collaborative competence
Chaudhuri, A. & Boer, H.,
Sensor programming and concept implementation of a temperature monitoring system, using Arduino as prototyping platform
Sbîrnă, S., Søberg, P. V., Sbîrnă, L. S. & Coșulschi, M.,
Evaluating an Organizational-Level Occupational Health Intervention in a Combined Regression Discontinuity and Randomized Control Design
Sørensen, O. H.,
Interaction enablers, drivers and barriers of collaborative innovation projects between small firms and academia
Filip, D., Hansen, B. D. & Frølunde, T. T.,
Offentlig reguleringspolitik og virksomhedshomogenitet – en konfigurationel komparativ analyse af arbejdsmiljøreformen i 2010
Development of a framework for big data analytics in cold chain logistics
Chaudhuri, A., Dukovska-Popovska, I., Chan, H. K., Nachiappan, S., Bai, R. & Pawar, K.,