We look forward to seeing you in Nashville in 2015 for the largest industrial and systems engineering event of the year!
The conference program comprises two types of sessions: Applied Solutions, showcasing proven solutions and applications from industry, and the Industrial & Systems Engineering Research Conference (ISERC), featuring research from academia and industry scholars.
Be a part of the energy that is the IIE Annual Conference!
Be a part of the largest IE event of the year!
We look forward to seeing you in Nashville in 2015 for the largest
industrial and systems engineering event of the year!
All educational sessions will be held at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel.
You will leave this conference rejuvenated and filled with fresh ideas you can put to use immediately. Take the best and re-energize your career with new ways to address your most challenging issues. The conference program is sure to provide you with countless ideas and solutions that translate into improved efficiency, productivity, quality and competitiveness for your organization. There are many events happening at the same time, so plan your time well. The ISERC and Applied Solutions sessions are timed so that they start and end at times that allow you to attend sessions in both programs.
What's new for 2015!
Applied Solutions Sessions
The purpose of the Applied Solutions sessions is to present proven solutions from applying industrial and systems engineering principles within industry, healthcare or service companies.
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Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Sessions (ISERC)
The Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference (ISERC) is the new name for the Industrial Engineering Research Conference. The ISERC, which is part of the IIE Annual Conference and Expo, is a forum for exchanging knowledge and discoveries in the industrial and systems engineering research community.
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ABET - Preparing for ABET Accreditation Visits
The IIE Accreditation Advisory Council again will sponsor a workshop at the IIE Annual Conference & Expo to help industrial engineering and industrial engineering technology department chairs and assessment coordinators prepare for upcoming ABET accreditation visits. It will focus on assembling documentation and making arrangements in advance of an accreditation visit, with a specific emphasis on industrial engineering program criteria.
The session can accommodate up to 50 people, and pre-registration is required. To pre-register, email Bonnie Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, May 30
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Council of Industrial Engineering Academic Department Heads (CIEADH) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers held the 14th annual IIE Doctoral Colloquium, Saturday, May 30 preceding the IIE Annual Conference and Expo in Nashville, Tennessee.
This all-day event was designed for doctoral candidates expecting to graduate by spring of 2016. Panels of experts lead discussions on various topics of interest, including the job search, life in academia and industry, the tenure process, teaching, research, and professional service. Students presented their dissertation research in a poster session. A panel reviewed the posters and awarded a best poster designation.
must be received by Friday March 14 although early nominations are
encouraged. Nominees will be notified (accept or reject) by Friday, March 28 to ensure
enough time to make travel arrangements.
Please click here for nomination information.
New Faculty Colloquium
Saturday, May 30
7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Council of Industrial Engineering Academic Department Heads (CIEADH) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) held the 13th annual New Faculty Colloquium, Saturday, May 30 preceding the IIE Annual Conference and Expo in Nashville, Tennessee.
This all-day event was designed for new faculty, specifically junior faculty within their first three years on a tenure track assistant professor appointment, to provide information that can be useful for successfully navigating the challenges of an academic career and gaining tenure and promotion. Participants had the opportunity to ask questions, network with peers, and interact with senior-level professors.
Nominations must be received
by Friday, March 20. Early nominations are encouraged since space
is limited. Nominees will be notified (accept or reject) by the end of March to
ensure enough time to make travel arrangements.
Please click here for more information.
Pre-conference workshops offer in-depth, skill-building tools and focus on the topics that you will require for career advancement and professional development. Enhance your learning experience and maximize your networking opportunities by attending one of our pre-conference workshops.
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