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
- Long-held tradition of vise manufacturing continues with switch to online learning
Timothy Deines, senior instructor in the industrial and manufacturing systems engineering department, has moved to online instruction for his Manufacturing Processes Lab, an undergraduate course he teaches six, three-hour sections of per week.
- Four K-State faculty honored for excellence in undergraduate teaching
Four Kansas State University faculty members, including Jessica Heier Stamm, associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering, are recipients of the 2020 Commerce Bank and W.T. Kemper Foundation Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award.
Technology Development Institute assists state's small businesses, manufacturers with COVID-19 through Great Plains TMC initiative
The Technology Development Institute at the Kansas State University Carl R. Ice College of Engineering has assembled a COVID-19 resource guide and is disseminating this information through the Great Plains Technology and Manufacturing Cluster initiative.
Congrats to our 2020 IMSE Spring and Summer graduates!
Check out the virtual graduation boards below:
Congratulations from the IMSE faculty and staff: Click Here
IMSE Class of 2020 photo collage: Click Here
Legendary K-State football coach, Bill Snyder, spoke at last fall's IMSE Academy/Advisory Council joint meeting. You can listen to his speech here. Posted with permission and recorded by IMSE alumnus, Amy May.