ISERC Research Sessions
The Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference (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. Its purpose is to present scholarly work by researchers in academia or industry. Submissions of preliminary research results, works in progress and significant or final results are welcome. A full paper is optional but is encouraged.
What's new for 2016?
Whether you are a first time attendee or a conference veteran, there are several changes this year intended to make your conference experience even more valuable through a more unified conference. Changes are based on feedback from prior conferences in support of that goal.
Please review the attached improvements for 2016.
Attendees will have the ability to select sessions from a dynamic list of presentations. These talks will include the following tracks:
- Computer & Information Systems
- Continuous Improvement (Lean & Six Sigma)
- Energy Systems
- Engineering Economic Analysis
- Engineering Education
- Engineering Management
- Facilities Design & Planning
- Healthcare Systems
- IE in International
- Logistics & Supply Chain
- Manufacturing & Engineering Design
- Modeling & Simulation
- National Security
- Operations Research
- Production Planning & Scheduling
- Quality Control & Reliability
- Safety, Human Factors & Ergonomics
- Service & Work Systems
- Systems Engineering & Design
- Social, Environmental & Sustainability
IIE Annual Conference & Expo 2016 – ISERC Chairs
Zhenyu (James) Kong, Virginia Tech
MD Sarder, University of Southern Mississippi
Hui Yang, The Pennsylvania State University