Students taking IE 271: Applied Ergonomics and Work Design this semester had the opportunity to learn first-hand about ways they can apply their engineering skills to real world situations. On March 5th, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering (IMSE) associate professor Rick Stone’s IE 271 course spent a day at the Gilbert-Franklin Township Fire Station, just … Continue reading IMSE class applies engineering techniques to rescue operations
Two industrial engineering student-athletes have been named to the 2018 Academic All-Big 12 Women’s Swimming & Diving Team. Evan Hundley, a junior sprint freestyle/backstroke swimmer, and Katherine Mueller, a sophomore diver, were both 2018 Academic All-Big 12 Women’s Swimming & Diving first team selections, the conference announced last month. Hundley made the Academic All-Big 12 first team for the second … Continue reading Two IEs named Academic All Big-12 in swimming
Graduating industrial and manufacturing systems engineering students and their families gathered together in Troxel Hall on Saturday morning to honor the Fall 2017 graduates. The students enjoyed breakfast with their families and professors prior to a pre-commencement ceremony. 48 students graduated with a Bachelor of Science, 8 students with a Masters in Systems Engineering, 8 … Continue reading IMSE Fall 2017 graduates celebrate together
At the end of each semester, the College of Engineering honors twelve outstanding seniors, one of which is selected to serve as the college’s student marshal at the undergraduate commencement ceremony.
The U.S. Marine Forces Reserve (MFR) is headquartered in New Orleans, LA, which is an area prone to hurricanes. During the event of a hurricane warning, the commander must make timely decisions to protect the safety of the personnel and set up alternate headquarters in order to facilitate an orderly evacuation. An assistant professor from … Continue reading IMSE’s MacKenzie creates Hurricane Decision Simulator to assist Marines with decision making
This article was originally featured on Iowa State University News Services by Mike Krapfl. Click here to read the original article. AMES, Iowa – Reports of missing parts, machinery problems or any other issues on a factory floor don’t always move quickly to decision-makers. Sometimes, data collection is workers writing a few notes on a … Continue reading Engineers developing data-driven ‘FactBoard’ to improve factory operations
The transition to a new graduate program can be difficult. There’s finding a place to live, learning your way around town, and meeting new people. On top of all of that, students still have to focus on their studies and research. Moving from another country can present even more challenges. For incoming graduate students in … Continue reading Grad students find a home in IMSE
Industrial Engineering 441, a one-semester Capstone Design course, gives students the opportunity to engage in industry projects and practice industrial engineering under the guidance of an experienced registered professional engineer. The goal of the projects are to provide economic value to a company. In its first semester, 15 groups worked on projects at 15 companies. … Continue reading IMSE Capstone Design course creates big impact for companies
Cameron MacKenzie, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, and Sarah Ryan, Joseph Walkup Professor, were honored at the 2017 College of Engineering Convocation. The annual ceremony, hosted by James L. and Katherine S. Melsa Dean of Engineering Sarah Rajala, recognizes faculty and staff achievements over the past year. The convocation is also a … Continue reading IMSE professors honored at Engineering Convocation
Frank Peters, associate professor of industrial engineering received three awards in the past year, earning recognition at a department level, industry level, and throughout the state of Iowa. The trio of awards are well-deserved recognition for Peters who has advanced the department and made a great impact on the students. At the department level, Peters … Continue reading IMSE associate professor Frank Peters wins trio of awards
Two members of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering were honored at the Iowa State University Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony on Monday afternoon. Associate Professor Frank Peters and Student Services Specialist Devna Popejoy-Sheriff were recognized as faculty and staff who have demonstrated their commitment to learning, discovery, and engagement at Iowa State. … Continue reading Two IMSE members honored at University awards ceremony
When Patrick Weiler graduated from Iowa State in 1980 with a degree in agricultural engineering, he began a tradition of support for his alma matter. The legacy now spans two generations of the Weiler family, including Megan (Weiler) Green (’06 finance), Joel Weiler (’10 nutr sci) and Katelyn (Weiler) Freeseman (’12 civil engr). As Iowa State alums, the Weilers said they are proud to help support future generations of Cyclones engineers.
Gül Kremer, professor and C.G. “Turk” & Joyce A. Therkildsen Chair of the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Iowa State University, has received a top American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) award for advancing engineering design education. Kremer was named this year’s ASME Ruth and Joel Spira Outstanding Educator Award winner “for … Continue reading IMSE chair Kremer receives ASME Spria Outstanding Design Educator Award