CIRP - The International Academy for Production Engineering
CIRP - Collège International pour la Recherche en Productique
CIRP Internationale Akademie für Produktionstechnik
1950-11-20 Paris France
Founded 20 Nov 1950, Paris (France), following work of international participants at French national meeting, 1948, Paris; commenced activities Sep 1951, Paris; statutes adopted 1 Dec 1953. Previously also referred to in English as International Institution for Production Engineering Research and in German as Internationale Forschungsgemeinschaft für Mechanische Produktions Technik. Current English title adopted in 2006.
Promote scientific research on the mechanical processing of all solid materials, including checks on efficiency and quality of work; establish permanent contacts among research workers, comparing their programmes and exchanging, synthesizing and publishing results of their experiments.
Events2022-06-08 | Lyon, France – International Conference on Surface Integrity
2021-08-22 | Vancouver, Canada – Annual General Assembly
2021-05-12 | Athens, Greece – Conference on Manufacturing Systems
2021-03-10 | Jaipur, India – Conference on Life Cycle Enginering
2020-08-23 | Munich, Germany – Annual General Assembly
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