Industrial and Operations Engineering

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‘Transportation is a form of freedom’: How to make it more equitable

Why we need greater collaboration among transportation companies, cities, nonprofits and academia.|Medium Read

Mark Daskin and other IOE faculty, recognized at IISE conference

U-M IOE faculty members, Professor Mark Daskin, Associate Professor Ruiwei Jiang, and Associate Professor Siqian Shen were recognized with awards and honors by the Institute for Industrial and Systems Engineering (IISE). Daskin recognized with IISE's highest honor, the Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Industrial Engineering Award.|Medium Read
Professors Kamat, Menassa and D'Souza

Professors and alumnus receive ASCE Wellington and Collingwood Prizes

Their winning paper seeks to enhance assisted navigation of wheeled mobility devices. |Short Read
Four women walking in the Grove on campus

A resilient campus

How engineers are applying their expertise for future planning.|Long Read

Salar Fattahi introduces a new data analytics course for IOE

U-M IOE assistant professor, Salar Fattahi, teaches a new data analytics course that combines optimization techniques and data science with real-world case studies.|Short Read

Undergraduate Profile: Sadie Cox

A Q&A with U-M IOE undergraduate student Sadie Cox, IOE student ambassador and recent recipient of an IOE Scholarship Award.|Medium Read
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Siqian Shen receives NSF funding for transportation system redesign

U-M IOE associate professor, Siqian Shen, has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for research on redesigning transportation for a post-pandemic world. |Short Read

IOE graduate students receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

U-M IOE graduate students, Lauren Czerniak and Leena Ghrayeb honored as recipients of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP). |Short Read

Jessie Yang receives NSF Career Award

U-M IOE Assistant Professor Jessie Yang has received an NSF Career Award for research on facilitating trust in autonomous technology.|Short Read

IOE honors Wanda Dobberstein’s retirement

U-M IOE's Wanda Dobberstein announced her retirement in early February 2021 after over 13 years of service as the department’s undergraduate student advisor and over 23 years at U-M.|Short Read

Jessie Yang and Cong Shi win second place in NATO Innovation Challenge

U-M IOE faculty have been awarded second place at the NATO Innovation Challenge for their presented solution that integrates optimization and human factors for autonomous decision making. |Short Read

Seth Guikema named as a fellow of the Society for Risk Analysis

U-M IOE professor, Seth Guikema, becomes a fellow of the Society for Risk Analysis.|Short Read