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Researchers' paper on complex networks honored as milestone contribution

8/9/2018

A research paper authored by three Penn State researchers has been honored by the prestigious peer-reviewed scientific journal Physical Review E as part of the publication’s ongoing 25th anniversary celebration.

Venegas to join industrial and manufacturing engineering faculty

7/29/2018

Barbara Venegas, currently an industrial engineering graduate student poised to earn her doctorate this coming academic year, has been named to the faculty of the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.

Student chapter wins third consecutive IISE Gold Award

7/20/2018

The Penn State student chapter of the Institute for Industrial and Systems Engineers has been honored with the institute's Gold Award for the third consecutive year.

Miller named associate editor of mechanical design journal

7/18/2018

Scarlett Miller, associate professor of engineering design and industrial engineering, has been named associate editor of the Journal of Mechanical Design, an American Society of Mechanical Engineers' publication.

New low-cost needle simulator aims to revolutionize medical training

7/2/2018

Administering needle-based procedures in anesthesiology, such as epidurals, is a complex and delicate procedure. However, the current training methods for doctors are costly and fall short in preparing them for every patient and situation they'll face. A new proposed patent from the Penn State College of Engineering plans to change that.

Researchers receive $535K to manufacture metal parts for naval applications

6/6/2018

Penn State researchers have received more than $535,000 to install a state-of-the-art "super-finishing lab" for 3D-printed metal parts. The new lab will complement the existing subtractive processing technology in the Factory for Advanced Manufacturing Education Lab within the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.

Researchers develop new method to identify patients at risk for readmission, emergency room visits or death

5/30/2018

Researchers from Penn State and Geisinger Health System teamed up to find a way to predict a patient's risk for needing additional medical care within three days of being discharged from the hospital.

Penn State honored for excellence at national industrial engineering conference

5/22/2018

Faculty, graduate students and alumni from the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering were recognized for their accomplishments at the 2018 Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers Annual Conference and Expo in Orlando, Florida.

Scholar brings 'Moneyball' analysis to the ice

5/20/2018

Recent IE graduate Steven Bollendorf took first prize for his poster at the University's Sports Analytics Conference, which examined how data can help ice hockey teams and players improve their efficiency.

Prabhu awarded Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship

5/9/2018

Vittal Prabhu, an industrial and manufacturing engineering professor at Penn State, has received a Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Fellowship and will be traveling to India to do research for the 2018-19 academic year.

Industrial engineers co-author new book on service systems engineering

5/7/2018

Two faculty members within the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering have coauthored a new book focusing on the design, control, operation and management of service systems.

From queue to cone: Students tackle issues that lead to Creamery's long lines

5/2/2018

Industrial engineering students are applying what they've learned in the classroom to help improve service at one of the most beloved places on campus, Penn State's Berkey Creamery.

Department welcomes innovator in additive manufacturing to Penn State

4/29/2018

The Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering had the honor of hosting Masahiko Mori, president of DMG MORI, on April 26 as he was recognized for his outstanding work in additive manufacturing.

Tucker attends Gates Millennium Scholars Program Celebration

4/27/2018

Conrad Tucker, associate professor of engineering design and industrial and manufacturing engineering, was invited by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to attend the Gates Millennium Scholars Program Celebration on April 24 in Seattle. Although there are more than 20,000 Gates Millennium Scholars and alumni of the program, Tucker was one of approximately 30 scholars invited to the event.

Senior Mary Walker receives Joelle Award for Women in Engineering Leadership

4/26/2018

Industrial Engineering senior Mary Walker was presented with the 2018 Joelle Award for Women in Engineering Leadership at a ceremony on April 23.

Engineering service solutions

4/20/2018

Penn State's Enterprise Networking and Communication Services turned to engineering students to help improve the unit's service to the University community by sponsoring capstone projects through the Learning Factory.

Yechen Wang named industrial engineering student marshal

4/19/2018

Senior Yechen Wang has been selected as the student marshal for the industrial engineering baccalaureate degree program at the College of Engineering spring commencement ceremony on May 4.

Engineering a musician

4/17/2018

When Cassandra Sotos left her job at Accenture and moved to Nashville to pursue music professionally, she didn't think she would find herself back at her alma mater in the very same engineering entrepreneurship class where she'd been a teaching assistant.

IE students work with real data to tackle service sector challenges

4/11/2018

The application of real data to classroom problems is allowing Penn State industrial engineering students to take their learning one step further. Professor Vittal Prabhu developed a case study based on data from an electric utility company to help students apply engineering techniques to real life situations.

Industrial engineers celebrate department successes at annual banquet

4/8/2018

Alumni, faculty, staff, students and their families gathered on April 6 to celebrate the achievements of the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial Engineering at its annual banquet.

IE graduate student investigates smart maintenance in service sector

4/3/2018

Originally from Taiwan, doctoral candidate Kai-Wen Tien is focusing his research on how to achieve smart manufacturing through smart maintenance.

Soyster named 2018 Outstanding Engineering Alumnus

3/21/2018

Former IME department head Allen Soyster has been named a 2018 Outstanding Engineering Alumnus by the Penn State College of Engineering.

Students explore entrepreneurial spirit of Israel over spring break

3/21/2018

A group of Penn State students in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation minor traveled to Israel over spring break to explore the entrepreneurial spirit in the country, talk to policymakers about encouraging innovation and to get a taste of Israeli culture.

Industrial engineering moves up in graduate program rankings

3/20/2018

The industrial engineering graduate program at Penn State is ranked seventh in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report "Best Graduate Schools" rankings.

Senior Emily Leight awarded S. Balachandran Service Scholarship

3/13/2018

Senior Emily Leight has received the S. Balachandran Service Scholarship in recognition of her service to the Alpha Pi Mu Honor Society, of which she is the Penn State chapter president.

Shannon McCully finds magic in industrial engineering through career at Disney

3/5/2018

Penn State alumna Shannon McCully's passion for industrial engineering fuels long career with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

Engineers work to improve customization of orthopedic implants using 3D-printed titanium

3/1/2018

A team of engineers at Penn State is working to improve the fit and longevity of orthopedic implants by producing the parts out of titanium using additive manufacturing, which allows for more customization than traditional manufacturing techniques.

Scholar part of research team working to improve medical training

2/28/2018

Schreyer Scholar and industrial engineering major Rucha Bhide is working with a team of Penn State researchers to find ways for resident physicians to learn central venous catheter placement by analyzing their gaze patterns using a dynamic haptic robotic trainer.

From kitchen table to economic summit, engineering student takes company to top

2/20/2018

Two years ago, Itunu Lawani helped his brother start L&L Foods at the kitchen table in their home in Atlanta. Recently, the company emerged as the winner of the Nigerian Economic Summit startup pitching event, taking home a prize of $15,000.

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