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Computer Information Systems

  • Computer Information System's Website The need for organizations to incorporate existing and future technologies in order to remain competitive has become a more pressing issue over the last several years. As electronic commerce becomes more common, how and when companies use technology are critical issues. Computer and information systems play a vital role in the technological direction of their organizations. Computer and information systems managers; plan, coordinate, and direct research and design the computer-related activities of firms. They help determine both technical and business goals in consultation with top management, and make detailed plans for the accomplishment of these goals. For example, working with their staff, they may develop the overall concepts of a new product or service, or may identify how an organization.s computing capabilities can effectively aid project management.

Engineering Economics
  • Engineering Economics's Home Page : in this course, The application of economic principles to engineering problems is discussed, for example in comparing the comparative costs of two alternative capital projects or in determining the optimum engineering course from the cost aspect.

Ergonomy

Fuzzy sets
  • Fuzzy sets and Applications in Industrial Engineering This course includes two sections. The first section covers the concepts of Fuzzy sets and Fuzzy numbers with mathematical operations. The section two addresses the applications of fuzzy sets in industrial engineering. In this course you will earn the capability of developing and analyzing the problems and models under fuzzy structure.

Introduction to Regression
  • Regression analysis is a statistical based course to find the best relation between some random variables. Regression models are widely used today in engineering, business administration, economics, and the social, health, and biological sciences.

  • The students of this course need to turn in some homework problems during the course. Most of the problems require raw data. These data could be obtained through here.
    unzip the file and use notepad to open files.

  • First Presentation on SAS could be obtained from HERE.

Computer Simulation

Inventory Control

Management Information Systems

  • Management Information System Website : As an area of study it is commonly referred to as information technology management. The study of information systems is usually a commerce and business administration discipline, and frequently involves software engineering, but also distinguishes itself by concentrating on the integration of computer systems with the aims of the organization. The area of study should not be confused with computer science which is more theoretical in nature and deals mainly with software creation.

Manufacturing Processes

  • Manufacturing Process's Website Manufacturing Process: in this course we learn series of operations should be performed upon material to convert it from the raw material to a designed part. The manufacturing process consists of the process layout, product manufacturing sequence of machine and labor operations required to convert raw materials into finished products.

Principles of Marketing
  • Principles of Marketing's Home Page This course provides a decision-oriented overview of marketing management in modern organizations. The most basic objectives of the course are to provide you with a broad introduction to marketing concepts, the role of marketing in society and in the firm, and the various factors that influence marketing decision-making. You will learn how to segment markets and identify primary target markets. You will also become familiar with the "language of marketing" used by practicing marketing managers and gain an understanding of the principle functions of marketing through readings, lecture and hands-on assignments.

Operations Research II

  • Operation Research II This is the second course in operations research theory and covers the following subjects: Linear programming, Goal programming, Dynamic programming, Integer programming, Nonlinear programming, Stochastic programming, and some applications of OR in industries.

Plant Layout

  • Plant Layout's Course Website : This course focuses on the fundamentals of the design, layout, and location of industrial and nonmanufacturing facilities. Selection of machines and material handling equipment and their efficient arrangement. Emphasis on quantitative methods. Warehouse layout. Facility location theory. Click here to see a sample project of this course.

Programming with C Language
  • C Programming's Website Introduction to Computer Programming with C: This is an introductory course for computer programming by applying C programming language. In this course, it is focused on teaching the basic and fundamental parts of C programming language which are useful for industrial engineering students. It is an essential skill for every industrial engineer to be familiar with at least one regular computer programming language. The term projects are based on IE courses which encourage students to code different IE algorithms.

Project Control

Project Control -- Group 2

Project Management

Project Scheduling

Seminar (Group1)

  • Seminar (Group1)'s Website Seminar is a mandatory course for Master level students in which the students will be prepared for their final thesis. In this course oral and written communication skills of students are enhanced to prepare them to become a good writer and a good lecturer. Rules for using statistical findings in a correct way are discussed as well.

Sequencing and Scheduling

  • Sequencing and Scheduling's Website Sequencing and Scheduling is a form of decision making that plays a crucial role in manufacturing and service industries. In the current competitive environment, effective sequencing and scheduling has become a necessity for survival in the marketplace (Scheduling, Theory, Algorithms and Systems, 2002, Pinedo, M., 2002, Prentice Hall). In this course the principal of sequencing and scheduling are reviewed. Students have to be familiar with operations research, computer programming, and stochastic processes for this class.

Supply Chain Planning

  • Supply Chain Planning This course introduces the methods, systems and leadership that continuously improve an organization.s integrated processes for product and service design, purchasing, inventory management, logistics, distribution and customer satisfaction.

System Dynamics
  • System Dynamics Home page : System dynamics is one approach to modelling the dynamics of population, ecological and economic systems, which usually interact strongly with each other. Systems dynamics was founded in the early 1960s by Jay W. Forrester of the MIT Sloan School of Management with the establishment of the MIT System Dynamics Group.



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