Welcome to the Department of Industrial
and Manufacturing Systems Engineering
From 3D printing nanomaterials to managing global supply chains, industrial engineering is a field of possibilities. An Industrial Engineering degree from K-State provides both a depth of technical knowledge and breadth of professional skills, preparing students to tackle complex problems in manufacturing, healthcare, humanitarian logistics, supply chains and more.
Top News and Stories
CRMER Summer 2019 newsletter now available
See the IE students highlighted in the most recent Center for Risk management Education and Research newsletter.
Rethinking what it means to be an industrial engineer
Keystone Scholar Dr. Jessica Heier Stamm helps provide research opportunities to change the world.
Gattani award recipients selected
Doctoral candidate Pedram Parandoush, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, is one of two students awarded the Gattani Outstanding Graduate Student Award.
Das' research team featured in top physics journal
Dr. Suprem Das is leading a research team studying the next generation of information carriers and storage units.
IMSE research projects utilize undergraduates' skills
From advancements in 3D printing AI to laser irradiation to healthcare industry preparedness, undergrads are using their classroom knowledge in practical research applications.
IE alumni recognized by the College of Engineering
The College of Engineering celebrates IE alumni Carl R. Ice and Kyle Franklin for their achievements.
IMSE students recognized for Open House contributions and leadership roles
IMSE students put their best foot forward at this year's Open House events
IE student earns top awards at IISE Regional Conference
Madison Tischhauser, senior in industrial engineering, was awarded first place in the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers South Central Regional Conference paper competition.
A new study on low noise and high-performance transistors could bring innovations in electronics, sensing
A research study on low noise and high-performance transistors led by Suprem Das, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, in collaboration with researchers at Purdue University, was recently published by Physical Review Applied.
K-State announces College of Engineering to be named for alumnus Carl R. Ice
The naming honors the extraordinary professional accomplishment of Carl and the generous support of the college by Carl and his wife, Mary. A celebration of the Carl R. Ice College of Engineering will take place in the fall of 2019 in Manhattan, Kansas.
Thomas Anjard, IE senior, credits scholarships for motivation to succeed
Passionate, hard-working and service-minded is how those who know Thomas Anjard describe him. A senior in industrial engineering from Overland Park, Kansas, Thomas is thankful for his experiences and accomplishments at Kansas State University, made possible by scholarships and the generous donors who fund them.
Two K-State faculty receive $5,000 Iman Awards for research and teaching
Todd Easton, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, will receive the Iman Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching.