By 2030, more than 10 million homes will be powered by offshore wind turbines, according to a Biden administration plan designed to stall climate change and accelerate a transition to clean energy. Yet the transition to wind energy presents an immense challenge in terms of cost-effectiveness: a balance must be achieved between revenue-producing electricity generation and the long-term expense of asset maintenance.
February 8, 2022
January 3, 2022
After learning about the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) UPS Scholarship for Female Students from a friend, School of Engineering junior Mona Ranadive decided to apply for the current academic year. She is one of just two recipients of a competitive $4,000 award chosen from industrial engineering students enrolled in IISE-recognized programs in the United States, Canada, and Mexico who have attained overall GPAs of at least 3.40.
October 29, 2021
The book presents the state-of-the-art methodology and detailed analytical models and methods used to assess the reliability of complex systems and related applications in statistical reliability engineering. It covers a wide range of methods and models in reliability, and their applications, including statistical methods and model selection for machine learning.
June 14, 2021
ISE Students Harsh Patel, Daniel Schechter, and Kiran Aiyar Received First Place in the IISE Technical Paper Competition About Tutor Vision: Tutor Vision is an intelligent tutoring system designed to help tutors diagnose their students’ misconceptions using information generated by an eye tracker. The tutor will benefit by getting an aesthetic AI-based report dependent on the student’s mental models and gaze patterns
June 8, 2021
ISE Student Mona Ranadive Receives IISE UPS Scholarship Scholarship Info
June 3, 2021
ISE Student Albert Joseph Receives MHEFI Scholarship Scholarship Info
May 19, 2021
Industrial Engineering Senior Earns Scholarship from National Honor Society Senior Fayha Khan received a 2020-21 Alpha Pi Mu Scholarship from Alpha Pi Mu, the Industrial Engineering Honor Society. Fayha is the outgoing president of the Rutgers Chapter of Alpha Pi Mu where she made it her mission to revive the honor society and create a platform that supports and promotes the ISE Community.
February 23, 2021
Over 40 years, she helped transform a fledgling department into one of the nation’s best Industrial and Systems Engineering professor Susan Albin retired this January, after helping to grow what was at the time a newly formed department into one with engineering education and research programs in quality and reliability, manufacturing, artificial intelligence, financial management, and more that rank among the best in the nation.
February 22, 2021
“The industrial and systems engineering department culture with its small classes and outstanding curriculum is amazing. It’s one thing I can never pay back, although I’ve been trying to do so ever since I graduated.” – Stanley Makadok
February 22, 2021
Two teams of ISE doctoral students were awarded second and third places respectively in the inaugural Data Analytics Competition held by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) Data Analytics and Information Systems Division. The competing teams were tasked with applying data analytics and machine learning methods to vehicle crash data in order to improve road safety.