October 6, 2021

HFES 2021 Human Factors Prize goes to Purdue

"An Adaptive Human-Robotic Interaction Architecture for Augmenting Surgery Performance Using Real-time Workload Measurement" has been selected as the winner of the HFES 2021 Human Factors Prize.
October 4, 2021

IE welcomes new faculty

This fall, three new professors joined the School of Industrial Engineering. We sat down for a Q&A to get to know them.
September 29, 2021

Center for Materials Processing and Tribology team recognized with Ekeberg Prize 2021

The 2021 Anders Gustaf Ekeberg Tantalum Prize (‘Ekeberg Prize’) was awarded to a US-Japanese team led by Dr Jason M. Davis of the Center for Materials Processing and Tribology at Purdue University, IN, USA, for its paper “Cutting of tantalum: Why it is so difficult and what can be done about it” published in the journal International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture.
September 15, 2021

The Future Is Now

Purdue University School of Industrial Engineering is making investments to scale approaches to undergraduate education.
September 8, 2021

We are hiring - Assistant or Associate Professor in production planning and control

The School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University seeks to attract exceptional candidates for a tenure track Assistant or Associate Professor position in production planning and control, focusing on advancing the frontiers of core areas, such as facilities location, layout design, transportation and logistics, supply chain, scheduling, inventory, and material handling, with novel applications in manufacturing and service systems.

September 2, 2021

Barragan, Chanci win prize at IEEE's RO-MAN 2021

Recent MSIE graduate, Juan Antonio Barragan, and Daniela Chanci Arrubla won the RSJ/KROS Distinguished Interdisciplinary Research Award at IEEE's RO-MAN 2021 for their work, titled "SACHETS: Semi-Autonomous Cognitive Hybrid Emergency Teleoperated Suction".

August 11, 2021

Nurse decision-making as observed during pandemic

The pandemic has brought much societal evaluation, especially health care. Professor Denny Yu's team spoke with ten nurses about their patient observations and how the pandemic has changed their decision making.
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