Alexios Avrassoglou is an undergraduate senior in the University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) department. He discusses what it’s like trying to find an internship or job as an undergrad and how you can prepare yourself for interviews. As the Lead IOE Student Ambassador he also explains what IOE means to him.
Industrial and Operations Engineering
Q&A with IOE undergrad Alexios Avrassoglou
Q&A with U-M IOE Undergrad Elinoa de la Zerda
Elinoa discusses the numerous activities she participates in on campus, and why she chose IOE as a major with a computer science minor.
U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering wins several awards at the 2022 INFORMS Annual Meeting
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) annual meeting has officially wrapped up with the University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (U-M IOE) Department walking away with several awards.
U-M HFES Chapter Receives Gold Recognition Award
The University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) student chapter received the Gold HFES Chapter Recognition Award, the highest level of recognition awarded for student chapters.
Q&A with U-M IOE Undergrad Nick Tran
Nick Tran is an undergraduate in the University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) department. Nick discusses what Industrial and Operations Engineering is as well as the perks and flexibility of the degree.
Harriet B. Nembhard wins 2022 Alumni Merit Award
Harriet B. Nembhard, Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Iowa and U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering alum, has won the 2022 Alumni Merit Award.
Salar Fattahi receives DEI faculty grant to fund free STEM workshops for students in low-income high schools in Detroit
Salar Fattahi, U-M IOE assistant professor, and Tiffany Wu, School of Education Ph.D. student, have received the DEI faculty grant to fund their workshops on mathematics and machine learning for juniors and seniors from low-income high schools in the Detroit area
Helping people get back to work using deep learning in the occupational health system
University of Michigan researchers have produced a new prediction model using longitudinal information and deep learning to better predict the return to work time for people with occupational injuries.
Preventing prescription dispensing errors using machine intelligence
In the United States over four billion prescriptions are dispensed every year. Of those four billion around 2.4 million are incorrectly dispensed, which can be a fatal error. A team of researchers from the University of Michigan looks to machine intelligence to help humans reduce their dispensing errors.
U-M IOE Lecturer Debra Levantrosser awarded the Michigan Lean Consortium Distinguished Service Award
University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Lecturer Debra Levantrosser has been awarded the Michigan Lean Consortium (MLC) Distinguished Service Award for superb customer service and going above and beyond in time commitment and service to Michigan and the MLC.
Kamolnat Tabattanon is awarded funding to support working populations of older adults with mobility limitations.
University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering Ph.D. Candidate Kamolnat Tabattanon has been awarded funding from the NIOSH Pilot Project Research Training Program (PPRTP) for her work relating to movement performance and biomechanics and how inclusive interventions will support the growing working population of older adults with mobility limitations.
U-M IOE hosts ENCHANT camp
The University of Michigan Industrial and Operations Engineering department partnered with U-M Women in Science and Engineering to host a summer camp focusing on science and engineering for 7-8 graders.
The silent mental health crisis of engineering graduate students
Research on graduate-level engineering student mental health is vastly under-studied. University of Michigan researchers take a closer look at what has been researched and what still needs to be addressed.
U-M student group CLAWS develops tools to help astronauts navigate space
The University of Michigan Collaborative Lab for Advancing Work in Space participated in the NASA SUITS Challenge at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. They developed an augmented reality system to help astronauts navigate the moon.
Sadie Cox awarded the James W. Barany Student Award for Excellence from IISE
This award recognizes industrial engineering undergraduate students who have distinguished themselves through the excellence of scholarship and campus leadership. Every year three students receive this honor, making this a prestigious award.
Raed Al Kontar receives the National Science Foundation Career Award
This award is given by the National Science Foundation through their Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program. As one of the most prestigious awards, it supports early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to advance the mission of their department.