Industrial Engineering

Facilities

Smart Classrooms

Smart classrooms, also called electronic or technology-enhanced classrooms have created new opportunities in teaching and learning by integrating networking, computers, and audiovisual technologies in the Industrial Engineering Department.

Some of the unique features of our smart classrooms

Presentations require little set-up in the classroom.

Faculty can work with their laptop computer to become familiar with the hardware and software outside of the classroom.

Faculty are assured that their applications and files will be loaded on the computer in the classroom, since they load them on their laptop themselves before class.

Laptop computers are simple, user-friendly, non-intimidating hardware.

Faculty has a choice of platform (Windows, Unix, and MAC).

The portability of the laptop means faculty can get the computer set up and ready at their leisure and the presenter has more confidence that everything will be OK.

Ethernet connectivity provides access to information outside the classroom.

Files from an office computer can be loaded onto the laptop computer, or the office computer can be accessed in real time from the classroom using the laptop as a terminal.

Internet text and images can be downloaded in the office and transferred to the laptop, or Internet text and images can be accessed in real time in the classroom using the laptop as a terminal.

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Design Studio

The Design Studio and Laboratory (Freeman 140) comprises a suite of reconfigurable space that can be used as a conventional classroom, team classroom, and team design area. Courses in design are taught here, and student teams have access to an area dedicated to team design projects. This area supports the initial design course (IE 201) and the capstone design course and project (IE 467) as well as graduate courses in design. In addition to team project space, students have access to a large-screen PC/TV, electronic whiteboard, networked workstations, video teleconferencing, and FAX.

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Library

The library of Industrial Engineering holds information material, which provides support to research and instruction. There is a complete collection of graduation reports. Reports can be consulted to the extent they have been released. The collection further includes some 6,000 books, 100 periodical subscriptions, video programs and lecture notes.

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Computing facilities

Lab Software

  • Windows 7 Enterprise
  • Office 2010
  • Visio 2007
  • Project 2007
  • Visual Studio .Net 2008

Design Laboratory

Equipment
  • Computer based instructor station
  • Laptop Connections
  • LCD Projector
  • Overhead Projector
Software
  • Standard Lab Software
  • ILOG OPL 6.1
  • ILOG OPL 5.2
  • ILOG CPLEX 11.2
  • ILOG CONCERT Technologies 2.7
  • ILOG AMPL 11.2
  • Arena 13.5
  • AnyLogic 6.6.1 x64

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Conference rooms

Three conference rooms at the department of Industrial Engineering are the perfect location for board meetings, advisory groups, conferences and more. Following are basic descriptions of the rooms. A full complement of equipment and supplies are available for all rooms.

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Other Facilities

Master's Students Office

The Design Studio (Freeman 140) and Design Laboratory (Freeman 138) comprise a suite of reconfigurable space that can be used as a conventional classroom, team classroom, and team design area. Courses in design are taught here, and student teams have access to an area dedicated to team design projects. This area supports the initial design course (IE 201) and the capstone design course and project (IE 467) as well as graduate courses in design. In addition to team project space, students have access to a large-screen PC/TV, electronic whiteboard, networked workstations, video teleconferencing, and FAX.

Doctoral Students Office

Studying for a PhD in Clemson University will give you the opportunity to be part of a vibrant PhD student community and a world-class department. Our PhD students are a very important part of the departmental research community and are a key component in our ability to maintain our international research reputation.
The best way to secure a place on our PhD program is to make informal contact with the member of academic staff whose research you are interested in. You can find a list of these people here. However, you can make a more general application and we will try and find a fit between your research interests and a member of staff in the department.

All our PhD students have their own desk and computer in an office that is typically shared with one or two other students. Research students have full access to the departmental facilities including: photocopying, color and black and white laser printing, telephone, libraries, internet access and email.

Student Lounge

Clemson University students are always on the run. In the student lounge they can grab a quick snack or soda from the vending machines or just sit and relax before class begins.

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