Lars Bo Henriksen

Lead Advisor


Lars Bo Henriksen works as a professor in engineering practice and engineering education at the Department of Planning, Aalborg University, Denmark. His work mainly concerns engineers’ everyday life and the education of engineers in a PBL context (Problem Based Learning). Lars Bo’s research is mainly based on hermeneutic philosophies, ethnographic and practice oriented research methods – always conducted in close contact with practitioners in the field, be it engineers in industry or educators at engineering schools. His current work involves studies in engineering practice and engineers’ role as managers and facilitators of change projects.



PhD in Organisation Sociology, Aalborg University, 1992

M.Sc in Business Administration, Aalborg University, 1989

B.Sc in Business Administration, Aalborg University, 1987

B.Ed. in History and Education, Aalborg Teacher Training Collage, 1982



2012-current: Professor, Dept. of Planning and Development (AAU) 

2003-2012: Associate Professor, Dept. of Planning and Development (AAU)

1997-2003: Associate Professor, Department of Production (AAU)

1995-1997: Assistant Professor, Department of Production (AAU)

1992-1995: Project manager, DTI, Danish Technological Institute