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Tim McGlothlin of The Ergonomics Center will be IISE’s new president-elect. He leads a slate of new officers elected by IISE’s professional members in January.
USC ISE graduate Stayce Harris becomes the first African-American female to achieve the rank of lieutenant general for the Air Force.
Experts say that the capability of 3-D printing to produce limited-batch pieces will disrupt the spare parts market.
Arizona State University joins Industrial Assessment Centers DOE-funded program that aims to improve efficiency in the industry.
A new consortium of Purdue faculty and experts in simulation-based engineering offer partnerships with Indiana manufacturers.
Frank Tillman, emeritus faculty for the IMSE department at Kansas State University, passed away in February.
Assistant professor at University of Arkansas Ashlea Milburn is the 2017-2018 recipient of the John L. Imhoff Chair in Industrial Engineering.
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In this video, companies
that participated in the 2016 Ergo Cup®
competition are highlighted for their successful ergonomics solutions. Sponsored by the Ergonomics
Center of North Carolina and Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and
Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University, the Ergo Cup® presents
five awards annually for outstanding solutions through training, engineering
and teamwork. Companies highlighted in the 2016 competition include Honda,
Coca-Cola and Volkswagen.
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