ME and IE at UIUC

donutsclubΜηχανική

24 Οκτ 2013 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 15 μέρες)

97 εμφανίσεις

ME and IE at UIUC


Craig Dutton

Associate Head for Undergraduate Programs

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering


Eastern Illinois University

January 23, 2003


What do engineers do?


Analyze


Design


Choose materials


Specify processes


Organize materials
streams


Organize assembly


Develop manufacturing
processes


Produce


Recall


Perform failure analysis


Re
-
design


Update


Innovate

What is Mechanical Engineering?


ME is concerned with the
technological and economic
aspects in the design,
development, and use of
machines, products, and
processes


ME may be the broadest of the
engineering disciplines


MEs work in the energy,
transportation, consumer
goods, defense, housing,
agriculture, and many other
industries


not just cars and
engines



Micro
-
gear pump

ME: Design and Materials

ME: Controls and Dynamics

ME: Thermal/Fluid Sciences

M=1.4

Triple
Point

Normal
Shock

M=1.4

Triple
Point

Normal
Shock

What is Industrial Engineering?


IE integrates human,
information, material,
monetary, and technological
resources to produce goods
and services optimally


IE may be the most business
-

and people
-
oriented of the
engineering disciplines


IEs work in factories, banks,
hospitals, government, airlines,
telecommunications, e
-
commerce, etc.


IE: Operations Research

S

P

Houston DC

P

Refinery

E

E

E

P

St. Louis DC

Dallas

P

P

S

P

Refinery

P

P

S

O K City

P

P

S

P

0.0
3

(20,80)

1.02

0.97

-
0.98

-
1.20

IE: Manufacturing Systems

IE: Human Factors

Right Acromion

Suprasternale

Right Elbow

Torso

Right Clavicle

Right Upper

Arm

Right Hand &

Forearm

Right ASIS


Left ASIS

q

1

,

q

2

q

3

q

4

,

q

5

q

6

,

q

7

P

h

ME Curriculum


Math, chemistry, physics


Introductory engineering topics (CAD, statics,
dynamics, circuits, computer science)


Thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer


Dynamic systems and controls


Mechanical design


Materials and manufacturing


Technical electives


Free electives, humanities and social sciences


Capstone design


EIU Transfer to ME (typical)


First Semester


Linear Algebra, Thermodynamics, Strength of Materials, Dynamic
Systems, Fluid Mechanics


Second Semester


Heat Transfer, Materials, Signal Processing, Mechanical Design,
Design for Manufacturability


Third Semester


Mechanical Design, 4 electives


Fourth Semester


Capstone Design, 4 electives

IE Curriculum


Math, chemistry, physics


Introductory engineering topics (CAD, statics,
dynamics, circuits, computer science)


Quality control and engineering economics


Operations research, facilities and production planning


Human factors


Materials and manufacturing


Technical electives


Free electives, humanities and social sciences


Capstone design


EIU Transfer to IE (typical)


First Semester


Linear Algebra, Statistics, Strength of Materials, Human Factors,
Elective


Second Semester


Operations Research, Materials, Quality Control, Design for
Manufacturability, HF Elective


Third Semester


Facilities Planning, Production Planning,
Economics/Quality, OR Elective, Mfg. Elective


Fourth Semester


Capstone Design, 4 Electives


Senior Capstone Design Course


Integrate acquired knowledge and apply it
to a real
-
world design problem in a team
setting with a faculty advisor


Projects submitted by Illinois companies or
faculty


Utilize creative processes and inductive
reasoning


Develop, evaluate, and recommend
alternative solutions to an open
-
ended
design problem


Incorporate engineering standards and
realistic constraints such as economic,
environmental, sustainability,
manufacturability, health and safety, etc.

MIE Department Profile


645 ME undergrads and
85 IE undergrads


266 graduate students


48 faculty


Median lecture class size:
40


Typical lab size: 8


16


$12 million in research per
year

MIE Department Quality


ME and IE both ABET accredited


Consistently ranked as one of the top five programs
in the U.S.


Average ACT score of entering freshmen is about 30


Average high school percentile rank is about 93%


Excellent teaching and advising


Excellent laboratory and computer facilities


Labs and Computer Facilities


College labs for electrical
engineering, materials testing,
and control systems


Department labs for fluid
mechanics, heat transfer,
design for manufacturability


College workstation labs with
Sun, HP, and Dell hardware
running Unix, Linux, and
Windows 2000


Department PC labs with Dell
hardware running Windows
2000

Engineering Workstations

New Facilities


MEL: 42,000 sq ft of new and
remodeled space


Computer labs


Capstone design lab


Teaching and research labs


Coffee/sandwich shop



MEB: 5000 sq ft of remodeled
space for Ford Automotive
Science and Technology Lab


Lab space for automotive
systems courses and research


Project space for SAE


Advising


Each student has a faculty
advisor


normally, the same
person for all 4 years


Opportunity to change advisors


Academic Advisor (Donna
Nichols) available essentially
full
-
time for questions and
problems


Associate Head available on
appointment basis


Associate and Assistant Deans
available at COE

Extracurricular Activities


Department societies: ASME,
IIE, SAE, SME, Alpha Pi Mu, Pi
Tau Sigma


College groups: NSBE, SHPE,
SWE, WIE, Tau Beta Pi,
Engineering Council, EOH,
International Programs


University: clubs, clubs, clubs!


Intramural athletics and club
sports


Campus and Community Life


Many dorms, fraternities, sororities, and apartments


Excellent bus system


Reasonable shopping


Many restaurants, bars, and theaters; Big 10
athletics; Assembly Hall events; Krannert Center


Who would hire me?


Abbott Labs


Accenture


Caterpillar


Deloitte & Touche


Ford


General Electric


IBM


Intel


Motorola


Procter and Gamble



How much money would I make?

Whom can I contact?

Craig Dutton,

Associate Head

j
-
dutton@uiuc.edu

(217) 333
-
8883


Donna Nichols,

Academic Advisor

d
-
nicho@uiuc.edu

(217) 244
-
0458

TO BE IN
MIE

www.mie.uiuc.edu