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.