Mizzou Engineering celebrates graduates at December Commencement
More than 200 students graduated from Mizzou Engineering this past weekend. Interim Dean Praveen Edara joined Curator Robin Wenneker to confer degrees at the Saturday, Dec. 16, Commencement ceremony at the Hearnes Center.
Engineering team working with Port of Alaska, stakeholders to assess operations, develop interactive portal
A Mizzou Engineering team is working with the Port of Alaska and its stakeholders to assess freight and fuel truck operations and develop an interactive digital communication portal for improving visibility into Port operations. Sharan Srinivas, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, received funding from the Alaska Department of Transportation (AKDOT) for the two-pronged project.
REU: Students study perspective analytics for AI-enabled operations engineering
Ten students spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer learning about artificial intelligence (AI) models and how to best analyze large data sets.
Industrial Engineering students take honors at CELDi Research Symposium
Industrial and systems engineering (ISE) students took top honors for work around intelligent decision-making systems and optimizing manufacturing processes at the annual Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Research Symposium.
Mizzou team developing AI-based tool to predict trends in steel prices
A multidisciplinary research team at Mizzou is harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to develop a tool that can predict the trend in steel prices.
IISE conference at Mizzou showcases work of industrial engineering students
Industrial engineering students from around the region had the opportunity to showcase projects, network with peers and tour campus and local manufacturing plants at the 2023 Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) student conference hosted at Mizzou.
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering name change reflects student outcomes, industry
Students graduating with degrees in industrial engineering at Mizzou go on to work in a variety of areas including healthcare, logistics, manufacturing and service.
Making ‘transport’ robots smarter
Researchers are working to speed up the online delivery process by developing a software model designed to make “transport” robots smarter.
Engineering team develops last-mile delivery platform with help from I-Corps
When you order something online, shipping fees can be hefty as companies try to recoup the cost of delivering the product to your doorstep. To help offset some of those so-called “last-mile” expenses, a Mizzou Engineering team is developing a tool that will allow delivery companies to best optimize routes using electric vehicles and drones.
New program allows Missourians to hone their digital skills for today’s workplace
The Digital Transformation Consortium is offering online courses around today’s technology, including coding and business analytics.