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Q&A with new Department Chair Julie Simmons Ivy
Julie Simmons Ivy discusses her vision for the future of industrial and operations engineering and how Michigan Engineers will play a pivotal role in that.
On November 3, 2023, the University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Department hosted its inaugural Undergraduate Research Symposium to highlight undergraduate success in research. This event was deemed a success with over 100 attendees and 16 poster presentations from students.
Bilevel optimization is used not only in research, but also in business to identify the best solutions for a variety of hierarchical problems. A U-M researcher aims to develop a comprehensive software package that will enable many industries to use this in everyday decision-making.
Alonzo Wilson graduated from the University of Michigan in 2013 with a BSE in Industrial and Operations Engineering. He started his career working at Goldman Sachs and now works as a Project Controls Specialist for a commercial construction company in Kalamazoo, Mich. And if that isn’t enough Wilson is now running for a seat in the Kalamazoo City Commision.
Last week the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society hosted their 67th Annual Meeting in Washington, DC which took place from Oct. 23-27, 2022. The U-M student chapter as well as faculty and graduate research assistants took home awards
IOE faculty and students bring in awards from the 2023 Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Meeting.
A discussion with the newly minted U-M IOE Department Chair about her experiences as a Michigan Engineering student and how she’ll use that training to push the department forward.
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