The aim of the PhD programme in Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) is to prepare for a career as future research leaders, as well as provide a base for becoming an educational or industry leader within IEM. The T-shaped program is aimed at providing both depth in the particular thesis area of the PhD candidate, as well as breadth in order to contextualize one’s research within the broader field of IEM. The programme consists of research for the PhD thesis, courses, and regular participation in seminars. Study visits, meetings with alumni, and exchanges with other universities and organizations are also an integral part of the programme.
All our PhD positions are advertised in the list of Open Positions at the Department of Civil and Industrial Engineering
Meet two of our current PhD students, namely Lakshmi Salelkar and Emil Svensson:
Defended PhD theses in Industrial Engineering and Management
The Digital Transformation of the Manufacturing Industry: Metamorphic Changes and Value Creation in the Industrial Network
Innovation Resistance: Moving Beyond Dominant Framings
Demand Side Response: Exploring How and Why Users Respond to Signals Aimed at Incentivizing a Shift of Electricity Use in Time
Engineered temporary networks: Effects of control and temporality on inter-organizational interaction
Problematizing Sustainable ICT
Engagerat ledarskap för att skapa förutsättningar för allas delaktighet: Utgångspunkter i kvalitetsarbetet
Bertilsson Forsberg, Petter
Collaboration in practice: A multiple case study on collaboration between small enterprises and university researchers
Walking the Plank of the Entrepreneurial University: The little spin-out that could?
Samarbete = Samverkan?: En fallstudie av AIMday vid Uppsala universitet