Engineering professor named outstanding manufacturing engineer
Peter Zhang, Kansas State University assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, has been named one of 18 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineers for 2018 by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
University's online engineering master's programs No. 1 in national ranking
Kansas State University's online engineering master's programs are the best in the nation according to a new national ranking.
- Three Kansas State University researchers awarded more than $415,000 to study microbiomes
Dong Lin, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, will receive $137,630 to use 3D printing to develop novel cellular structures from cellulose, the main component of plant cell walls and fibers.
Industrial and manufacturing systems engineering professor receives first place in dissertation award
Ashesh Sinha, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, received the first place Pritsker Doctoral Dissertation Award from the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers.
Kansas State University students elect Kiehl, Pitts as student body president, vice president
Jordan Kiehl, senior in industrial engineering, will serve as student body president.
Industrial engineering senior presents research at state environmental conference
Carolyn Countess, senior in industrial engineering, presented research from her internship with the Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Intern Program at the Kansas Environmental Conference on Aug. 10.
Ice Professorship awarded to Shuting Lei
Shuting Lei, professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering at Kansas State University, has been awarded the Carl R. and Mary T. Ice Industrial Engineering Professorship.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS ™ names engineer's graphene aerogel as world's lightest 3-D printed material
A Kansas State University engineer has co-developed 3-D printed graphene aerogel that GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS has declared the lightest 3-D printed material in the world.
University's 2017-2018 Coffman chair to focus on classroom tutoring
K-State's 2017-18 Coffman chair for distinguished teaching scholars, Todd Easton, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems, plans to help other faculty members improve their teaching abilities by incorporating tutoring during lectures.
Heier Stamm earns NSF CAREER award for study of coordinated response efforts in public health emergencies
Jessica Heier Stamm, assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, is the fourth K-State faculty member — and the third from the College of Engineering — to receive a National Science Foundation CAREER award this semester.
Graduate student alumnus wins thesis award previously won by his major professor
Luke Muggy, 2015 doctoral graduate in industrial engineering, has been awarded the Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute Best Doctoral Thesis Award — the same award won by his major professor and nominator Jessica Heier Stamm.
Three Kansas State University students receive prestigious Gilman scholarships to study abroad
Thomas Anjard, junior in IMSE, received the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad in the Czech Republic.
Summer internship leads to scholarship for K-State's Bell
A Kansas State University senior in industrial engineering is receiving an intern scholarship from Ash Grove Cement Co.
IMSE department relocates to Rathbone Hall
Throughout the summer and fall, the IMSE department has been moving staff and faculty offices, classrooms, labs, conference rooms and graduate student offices from Durland Hall to Rathbone Hall.
Prominent IMSE alumni featured on Landon Lecture higher-education panel
Tackling the toughest issues at universities today, including diversity and inclusion, sexual assaults, and campus security, requires a cultural climate change that starts with open and honest dialogue, according to participants at a Landon Lecture Series on Sept. 26
Kansas State University researchers map links between salmonella and sepsis
Research by industrial engineering and biology researchers at Kansas State University marks a significant milestone in the battle against sepsis, the second highest cause of death in intensive care units in the U.S.
K-State IISE wins national awards at conference
K-State's Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers was recognized with the Gold Award at the annual Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers conference in May. This is the highest student award offered by the institute's Chapter Recognition Program.
- Engineering team earns NSF award for biofuel manufacturing project
With today's economy and society highly dependent on liquid transportation fuels, development of domestically produced and environmentally safe alternatives is increasingly important. Research conducted by Meng Peter Zhang will address this challenge.
- Zhang joins IMSE faculty as assistant professor
Since he first arrived at Kansas State University, Meng (Peter) Zhang has held a number of titles in IMSE, including Ph.D. student, postdoc and visiting assistant professor.
- Engineering professor elected fellow in professional society
Zhijian Pei, professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering at Kansas State University, has been elected to the 2016 Society of Manufacturing Engineers College of Fellows.
- Ben-Arieh honored with IISE Fellow Award
David Ben-Arieh, a professor in the IMSE department, was selected to receive the award of 2016 Fellow by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers. He was presented with the award at the IISE annual conference in Anaheim, Calif. on May 23.
- Industrial engineering students earn Culbertson Steel Ring Scholarships
Two industrial engineering seniors from Kansas State University have been honored for their leadership in student organizations and activities.
- Zerr recognized with Professional Progress Award
Brian Zerr, a 1997 BSIE alumnus, was honored with the 2016 Professional Progress Award for IMSE. This honor recognizes successful alumni for their professional accomplishments within the first 20 years after graduation.
- IMSE Professor Shuting Lei awarded Incentive Grant
The Office of International Programs announced that Shuting Lee is one of the winners of the spring 2016 Incentive Grant awards.
- SORA using K-State engineering, Olathe campus to improve health care
A local biotechnology company is using Kansas State University's expertise and resources to improve health care.
- NSF grant to help researcher with work improving manufacture of ultra-thin precision parts
A grant from the National Science Foundation will help a Kansas State University engineer develop better ways to machine ultra-thin precision parts, which are micro-sized components for high-performance products.
- K-State IIE chapter hosts regional conference
In February, the Kansas State University chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, or IIE, hosted the 2016 IIE South Central Regional Paper Conference. Over 150 students from 11 universities attended the event.
- Cassone joins K-State Olathe as engineering programs coordinator
Deandra "Dee Dee" Cassone has been hired as an associate professor in the industrial and manufacturing systems engineering program at Kansas State University Olathe.
- Industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department co-host national NSF CAREER proposal writing workshop
The industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department co-hosted a National Science Foundation CAREER proposal writing workshop for early career engineering faculty.
- Engineering assistant professor selected for National Science Foundation-funded fellowship program
Jessica Heier Stamm, K-State assistant professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, has been selected for the National Science Foundation-funded fellowship program Enabling the Next Generation of Hazards and Disasters Researchers. The fellowship supports the careers of junior faculty through structured mentoring and networking opportunities with other interdisciplinary researchers in the field.
- IMSE Student wins K-State Launch Award
A Kansas State University competition has rewarded 38 students and 16 business ideas with more than $20,000 in prize money.