Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Research

The Department has a number of widely recognized research strengths. Recent basic and applied titles in each of the areas are:

  • A Linear Programming-Based Method for Determining Whether or not In-Demand Points are on a Hemisphere
  • A Methodology for Location Control of a Multivariate Gaussian Process
  • A Methodology for Quality Design and Development of High Technology Products
  • A Stage-Wise Decision Making for the Capacity Planning and Control of Telecommunications Switching System
  • On Multivariate Modeling for Selective Assembly of High-Precision Parts
  • Smart Infotronics and Intelligent E-Maintenance Systems
  • Weighted Average Distance Results for Regions With Pockets/Zones of Demand
  • Applications of Biomechanics for Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Short-Cycle Overhead Work and Shoulder Girdle Muscle Fatigue

Research Centers and Laboratories

Please visit faculty pages for more information about our faculty research interests.

We are members of the Institute of Industrial Engineers.