Toyota’s largest car plant is getting a radical makeover for the SUV era
Jeff Liker, IOE Professor Emeritus, is quoted.
With the Model 3 coming, Tesla grapples with quality control
Wallace Hopp, IOE professor, discusses the ‘Tesla effect’.
When things go wrong in an automated world, would we still know what to do?
Nadine Sarter, IOE professor and engineer, recalls a conversation with five engineers involved in building a particular aircraft in Economic Times.
Toyota’s “Made in America” strategy isn’t enough to shield it from Trump
Jeff Liker, IOE professor, weighs in on the pressures Toyota faces to bring more production jobs back to the US.
Haydock engineering a path to success
Bailey Haydock, an Industrial and Operations Engineering senior and member of the University of Michigan women’s soccer team, is featured in MGoBlue.com’s “Scholar Stories.”
Air traffic control without towers
Nadine Sarter, IOE professor, discusses how multiple remote towers create the potential for “location error”—namely thinking you are controlling one airport, when in fact you are managing another.
U-M summer grad school research program marks 30 years of opportunity
Donald Richardson, IOE graduate student, discusses how the program has helped him pursue his Ph.D. in industrial and occupational engineering at U-M after attending SROP as an undergrad student.
IOE alum Pooyan Kazemian featured in professional forum
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences featured Kazemian in its July 2016 Open Forum discussion.
Anton Yelchin’s death highlights a known issue with Jeeps
Matthew Reed, IOE research professor, who specializes in ergonomics, discusses how typically, automakers test such new designs on consumers.
Student of the Year: Rama Mwenesi
Rama Mwenesi, IOE student, is the founder of E-MAGINE, a multidisciplinary student startup working to bring Internet access to remote areas in countries like Brazil, Sierra Leone, Kenya and Zambia.