ISE faculty Bill Foley is working with St. Peter’s Health Partnership to investigate the effectiveness of medical scribe in physician’s office. Dr. Foley led a team of two undergraduate researchers to collect data in a local primary care physician office. His work is described in Times Union.
ISE News and Events
The Director of Manufacturing Technology at GlobalFoundries, Bill Fosnight, will give an ISE seminar on April 15 3pm in CII 3051 on the data analytics challenges and opportunities in semiconductor manufacturing. The title of his talk is "Impact of Data Analytics on Semiconductor Manufacturing Competitiveness."Abstract: Semiconductor manufacturing can be measured by three core performance metrics: yield (product quality), cycle time (speed) and cost (equipment and resources).
There is an excellent profile of a recent ISE graduate Chris Low (BS in ISE and MS in Business Analytics) who works at a marketing and communications firm in California. He explains in the Rensselaer Approach
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering is re-establishing the ISE Faculty Award for Excellence. This award recognizes and supports outstanding accomplishments in teaching, research, or advising of the members of the faculty (including Tenured/Tenure-Track faculty and Lecturers) of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The 2015 recipient is Professor Thomas C. Sharkey , in recognition of his outstanding research accomplishments and education innovation.
The RPI Student Chapter of IIE hosted the Third Annual Green Belt Six-Sigma Program for RPI undergraduates during the weekend of March 13th -- March 15th. A large group of 41 students registered and successfully completed the program. Each student receives a certificate from the Institute of Industrial Engineers for the successful completion of this training. Congratulations!