Industrial Engineering

Research Areas

The Department of Industrial Engineering serves the State of South Carolina and the Nation through teaching, research and outreach in the discipline of industrial engineering. A particular focus for industrial engineering at Clemson University is to be a nationally top-ranked industrial engineering department emphasizing the education, research, discovery and application of knowledge in the following information technology driven emphasis areas:

Supply Chain Optimization & Logistics (SCO&L)

•  Specialization:

  -   Mathematical Modeling and Optimization

  -   Simulation, Systems Integration, Transportation Planning 

  -   Quality Control, Production Planning and Service Systems Engineering  

•  Supporting Center(s):  CELDi (NSF IUCRC) and CISCOL (Clemson Institute of Supply Chain Optimization and   Logistics), Center for Excellence in Quality and Six Sigma  

•  Endowed Chairs: Fluor Endowed Chair in Supply Chain and Logistics 

•  Proposed University-wide Center: Center for Disaster Mitigation and Management [new center]  

•  University Emphasis Areas:

  -   Information and Communication Technology,

  -   Sustainable Environment

  -   Automotive and  Transportation 

Human Factors and Safety in Health Care and Other Complex Environments

•   Specialization:

  -   Human Factors and Human Decision Making in Technologically Complex Systems

  -   Health Systems Engineering

  -   Ergonomics and Safety

  -   Human Computer Interaction and Human Performance Modeling 

•   Supporting Labs:  Human Computer Systems Laboratory and Advanced Technology Systems Laboratory  

•   Proposed University Wide Center: Center for Health Systems Engineering [new center]; Center for Disaster Mitigation and Management [new center]  

•   University Emphasis Areas:

  -   Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences

  -   Information and Communication Technology

  -   Sustainable Environment 

Education and Learning Systems (ELS)

•   Specialization:

  -   Creative Inquiry

  -   Cognition and Learning, Collaborative Work and Knowledge Management

  -   Education Delivery and Assessment

  -   Use of advanced technologies to support learning, training and job aiding

•   Supporting Labs:  Human Computer Systems Laboratory and Advanced Technology Systems Laboratory  

•   Proposed Center: ATE Center through NSF to Support Use of Advanced Technologies to Support Learning and Training [SMET Areas]  

•   Emphasis Areas:

  -   General Education

  -   Information and Communication Technology

 

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