lndustrial Engineering

Dr. Brian J. Melloy

Associate Professor

Department of Industrial Engineering
102 Freeman Hall, Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634-0920

Phone: (864) 656-1436
Fax: (864) 656-0795
Email: melloyb@clemson.edu

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Dr. Brian J. Melloy

Education

BSE, Industrial Engineering, with distinction
University of South Florida, 1981

MSIE, Industrial Engineering
University of South Florida, 1981

PhD, Industrial Engineering
University of South Florida, 1986

Research Areas

Operations research, with applications in human factors engineering

Selected Publications

Li, Z., Cho, B.R. and Melloy, B.J. (2013) “Quality by design studies on multi-response pharmaceutical formulation modeling and optimization,” J. of Pharmaceutical Innovation, 8(1), 28–44.

Li, Z., Cho, B.R. and Melloy, B.J. (2012) “A research and development effort in developing the optimal formulations for new tablet drugs using design of experiments: part 1(dissolution comparisons),” Int. J. Experimental Design and Process Optimisation, 3(1), 43–67.

Li, Z., Cho, B.R. and Melloy, B.J. (2012) “A research and development effort in developing the optimal formulations for new tablet drugs using design of experiments: part 2 (bioequivalence studies),” Int. J. Experimental Design and Process Optimisation, 3(1), 68–90.

M’Hallah, R. and Melloy, B.J. (2012) “Impact of prior information on the total cost of an adaptive quality control procedure for a fuzzy quality characteristic,” Int. J. Quality Engineering and Technology, 3(1), 31–49.

Bhattacharyya G., Mayorga M.E., and Melloy B.J. (2012) “A Phenomenographic Analysis of Three Real-World Experiences in Clemson University’s Industrial Engineering Program,” Journal of Applications and Practices in Engineering Education, 3(1), 32-42.

M’Hallah, Rym and Melloy, Brian J. (2010). “An adaptive control procedure for a fuzzy quality characteristic,” International Journal of Quality Engineering and Technology, 1(3), 276-300, invited.

Courses Taught

IE 2000 Sophomore Seminar in Industrial Engineering
IE 2800 Deterministic Operations Research
IE 3600 Industrial Applications of Probability and Statistics I
IE 3610 Industrial Applications of Probability and Statistics II
IE 3680 Professional Practice in Industrial Engineering
IE 3810 Methods of Operations Research II
IE 3840 Engineering Economic Analysis
IE 4520/6520 Reliability Engineering
IE 4650/6650 Facilities Planning and Design
IE 4820/6820 Systems Modeling
IE 809 Modeling Systems under Risk
IE 884 Advanced Engineering Economic Analysis

Professional Awards

Byars Prize for Excellence in Teaching
Clemson University Class of 1940 Douglas W. Bradbury Award
Clemson University Board of Trustees Award for Faculty Excellence

Professional Affiliations

American Society for Engineering Education
Institute of Industrial Engineers

 

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