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Department of Industrial Engineering (DIN)
University "Alma Mater Studiorum" of Bologna
 

Alma Mater Studiorum, Università di Bologna was founded in 1088 and is considered to be the oldest university in Western Europe. Nowadays, it is one of the most important institutions of higher education across Europe with more than 100.000 enrolled students, 23 faculties, 69 departments, 3000 academics and 3000 administrative staff. UNIBO successfully participated in 114 EU FP6 projects. In FP7 UNIBO is currently involved in more than 110 funded projects (in 12 as coordinator).
 
DIN is a research-led institution employing, permanently, about 20 full professors, 16 associate professors, 23 graduate researchers, 22 among administration personnel and technicians, 45 doctorate students and, temporarily, several graduate and visiting researchers. The Department expertise spans the whole range of the following research areas, Aeronautical and Aerospace Plants and Systems, Automation and Applied Mechanics, Design Tools and Methods in Industrial Engineering, Endothermal Engines and Fluid Machines, Fluidodynamics, Industrial Bioengineering, Industrial Mechanical Plants, Logistics and Transportation, Machine Design, Nuclear Reactor Physics, Technology and Production Systems.

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Food Supply Chain Framework

WAREHOUSING CENTER

Warehousing Center - Department of Industrial EngineeringThe Warehousing Center at Department of Industrial Engineering provides integrated solutions to logistics problems with a special focus on warehousing and material handling.
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JOURNAL OF FOOD ENGINEERING


The New Conceptual Framework for Food Supply Chain Assessment
Manzini R., Accorsi R.
The New Conceptual Framework for Food Supply Chain Assessment
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TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D

A comparison of shipping containers from technical, economic and environmental perspectivesA comparison of shipping containers from technical, economic and environmental perspectivesAccorsi R., Manzini R.,
Ferrari E.
A comparison of shipping containers from technical, economic and environmental perspectives
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