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IE Abroad: Meet Jasmine Patel

Jasmine Patel

Many students from the Department of Industrial Engineering are studying abroad this summer all across the world. This week, we reached out to Jasmine Patel, who is studying in Florence, Italy.

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Clemson IE Student Patrik Schuler Awarded U.S. Department of State’s Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Patrik Schuler

The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce that Patrik Schuler, from the Industrial Engineering department at Clemson University is one of 1,201 American undergraduate students from 363 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study or intern abroad during the summer of 2018.

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IE Abroad: Meet Sydney Granger

Sydney Granger in Germany

As summer stretches on, we’re catching up with our IE students who have caught the travel bug, packed their bags, and headed across the world to study abroad in one of the various programs offered through Clemson University. This week we’re talking with IE sophomore Sydney Granger, who just returned from a month abroad in Germany.

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Two Clemson IE Students Win IISE 2018 “Best Student Track Paper”

2018 IISE Best Student Paper

Two Clemson IE students, Amogh Bhosekar and Kade Gilstrap, are the winners of the “Best Student Track Paper” organized by the Healthcare Systems Division of IISE during the 2018 Annual IISE Conference. Their paper is titled “Simulation Optimization of Automated Guided Vehicle System in a Health Care Facility.” This paper summarizes the findings of their year-long research with Greenville Memorial Hospital (GMH) under the guidance of their faculty advisors, Dr. Tugce Isik and Dr. Sandra Eksioglu, and Dr. Robert Allen, a Clemson IE graduate, who is currently working at GMH.

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New Findings on Biomass Cofiring from Clemson’s IE Department

Governmental regulations are pressuring coal-fired power plants in the United States to curb their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). There are a few alternatives to reduce GHG emissions, one of which is biomass co-firing. New research from Clemson University’s Industrial Engineering department evaluates the economic and environmental impacts of this technology in an effort to help power plants make informed decisions about their investments.

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