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North Dakota State University

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering
Department

Its about People.

Students are paramount.

At
NDSU



Nine academic units


1,500+
staff &
950+

faculty


235

undergraduate and graduate majors


Athletically and academically, NDSU competes
successfully at the NCAA Division I level



For more information about NDSU visit


http://www.ndsu.nodak.edu/ndsu/about/#about


NDSU Campus Overview


Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (IME)

Two majors


Industrial Engineering & Management


BS, Industrial Engineering & Management


MS, Industrial Engineering & Management


PhD, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering



Manufacturing Engineering


BS, Manufacturing Engineering


MS, Manufacturing Engineering


PhD, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering


IME People


9 faculty


2 research associate


2 administrative staff


1 extension engineer


western ND

Faculty

Kambiz Farahmand

John Cook

Canan Bilen
-
Green

Reza Maleki

Valery Marinov

Jing Shi

David Wells

Om Prakash Yadav

Jun Zhang

David Lehman

Mfg Extension Engineer

Research Associates

Armon Myrick

Charles Choate

Administrative Staff

Susan L. Peterson

Dawn Allmaras

Faculty Primary Research Areas


Application of lean principals (Maleki, Farahmand)


Bio
-
Engineering implants (Wells)


Human Factors, Safety and Ergonomics


Healthcare (Shi, Zhang, Cook, Farahmand)


Printed/Flexible Electronics (Wells, Marinov)


Micro
-
manufacturing/assembly (Wells, Marinov)


Nano
-
manufacturing/assembly (Shi, Wells)


Quality Control/Quality engineering (Yadav, Bilen
-
Green)


RFID applications (Shi, Wells, Farahmand)


Robust product design/Reliability (Yadav, Farahmand)


Supply chain/logistics (Yadav, Bilen
-
Green, Zhang, Farahmand)


Tele
-
Pharmacy/Telemedicine (Wells, Shi, Farahmand)




Engineering is the
application of math and
science to create something
of value from our natural
resources.”



Industrial Engineering & Management Program


As engineers design and build more complex systems, the need to
oversee and ensure adequate performance of the system becomes
more pronounced. IE’s as managers and engineers will have a
significant role in understanding performance requirements and
improving efficiency of these systems.


Industrial engineers work in every type of enterprise


manufacturers of every sort of industrial and consumer product;
healthcare, financial, transportation, distribution and other types of
service industries; government units and agencies.


Most branches of engineering are concerned with designing
products, while industrial engineers concentrate on designing,
installing, and improving procedures, systems, and processes for
effective and efficient operation of any enterprise.

Manufacturing Engineering Program



Is all about the production of goods


from automobiles, tractors,
and airplanes, to electronic and recreational products, sports
equipment, toys, to foodstuffs.



NDSU is one of only nineteen universities offering this degree



MfgE major special interests:


Electronics manufacturing


Process engineering


Production & manufacturing systems engineering

IME Department areas of expertise
include:



Healthcare Management Engineering


Production Operations & Management


Process and Production Engineering


Reliability & Quality Management


Computer Simulation & Modeling


LEAN Enterprise Management & Implementation


Specialized Manufacturing Processes

»
Electronics

»
Nano & Micro
-
manufacturing

»
Plastics

»
Composites







Department Sponsored Academic
Student Organizations


Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE)


Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME)


Surface Mount Technology Association (SMTA)


Society of Women Engineers (SWE)


Alpha Pi Mu



Admission requirement


Preparation for an IME majors:


Two years of high school math


Two years of physics and chemistry



Admission requirements:


2.5 cumulative GPA


21 ACT or 970 SAT score


College preparatory courses (core classes)


4 years of English


3 years of Math (algebra I or higher)


3 years of lab science


3 years of social science










Scholarships Awarded in the IME
Department


2007


11 Scholarships worth $15,000


2008


16 Scholarships worth $18,000


2009


15 Scholarships worth $20,000

Project Management/Capstone


Project Management/Capstone provides students with unique
senior design experiences and may include students from
various engineering programs, business, and facilities
management.


The course is designed to draw on the skills and knowledge
obtained


throughout the students’ college careers.


Capstone project teams study real
-
world client problems,
develop alternative solutions, and propose implementation
strategies.


The selected project activities start during the second week of
Spring semester.


The course concludes with the Capstone presentations and
banquet during the last Thursday in April.


Helping businesses with projects is intended to be a
multidisciplinary course for senior
-
focused students
designed to draw on their college careers.


The IME Department has a proven success record in working with
regional businesses to study their industrial or manufacturing
engineering problems, developing alternative solutions, and
proposing implementation strategies.


Our research help organizations in areas such as:


Manufacturing


Retail


Healthcare


Distribution & Supply chain


Packaging equipment


Food processing


Service



Career Outlook for Engineers


More than 1.5 million engineers work in the U.S. today,
making engineering the nation's second largest
profession.

The Distribution of Employment By Engineering Specialty

Top 10


Civil, 256,000

Mechanical
-

227,000

Industrial

/
Mfg

-

201,000


Electrical
-

153,000

Electronics
-

138,000

Aerospace
-

90,000

Computer hardware
-

79,000

Environmental
-

54,000

Chemical


30,000

Health and safety


25,000

Data from 2006 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor

Annual Employment Report

Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Graduates

Year

Graduates

Male

Female

Minority

Unable to Survey

Post Baccalaureate

& Professional

Entering

Job Market

Employed Related

to Major/Minor

Employed Unrelated

to Major/Minor

Active in

Job Search

Percent

Employed

Salary Range

($1,000k)

Average
-
High

2008

16

15

1

0

2

0

14

13

0

1

93%

52
-
59

2007

15

9

6

0

5

1

9

9

0

0

100%

49
-
56

2006

18

17

1

2

3

1

14

14

0

0

100%

40
-
48
-
58

2005

18

12

6

1

0

0

18

14

2

2

89%

31
-
46
-
59

2004

14

11

3

1

0

2

12

12

0

0

100%

43
-
48
-
55

List of Employers who Have Hired NDSU IME
Graduates From 2000


2008


3M Corp.

Accenture

AGCO Equipment Co.

Amity Technology

Andersen Consulting

Helicopter

Bobcat Ingersoll
-
Rand

Boeing Corp., The

Scientific

Buz Manufacturing

Cargill, Inc.

Case New

Caterpillar, Inc.

Cirrus Design Corp.

Cloverdale Foods Co.

Composite

Cresent Electric

Crown Plastics

Cummins Engine Co.

Custom Fab Solutions, LLC

Dakota Molding

Digi
-
Key Corp.

DMI Industries

Dura
Suprême,
Inc.

Embry Riddle

Fargo Assembly Co.

Federal Express

Ford Motor Co.

Gremada Industries

Hitchcock Industries, Inc.

Honeywell

Infinity Windows

Integrity Windows & Doors

Intermountain Health Care

Lockheed Missiles & Space Co.

Mastercraft

Medcenter One Health Systems

for Nanoscale Science and
Engineering

Nilfisk Advance, Inc.

O‘ Day
Tank & Steel

Pella Corp.

Phoenix International Corp.

Pillsbury Company

Premier

Prime Wood
, Inc

Vision Ease Lens

Progress Casting Group, Inc.

Red Prairie Corp.

Riverway Clinics

Saint
-
Gobain Norton Industrial
Ceramic Corp.

Steffes Corp.

Memorial Healthcare

Tecton Products

Turtle Mountain Corp.

United Parcel Service (UPS)

US Air Force

US Postal Service

Vansco Electronics Inc.

Velocimed

List of regional companies

we interact with


List of regional companies

we interact with


List of regional companies we interact with

Just in 2008
-
2009


Alien Technology, Fargo


Phoenix International,
Fargo


Case New Holland, Fargo


Indigo Sign


Amity Technology


Edwards Manufacturing


Goodrich, James Town


VA Hospital, Fargo




Midland Garage Door
Manufacturing, West Fargo


Neals Industrial Painting, Inc.,
West Fargo


Northern Contours, Fergus Falls


Arctic Cat, Inc., Thief River Falls


Johnston Fargo Culvert, Inc.,
Fargo


Custom Data, Inc.; Dickinson


Curriculum

Beyond the Academics


IME department sponsors activities such as:


Bison Best Competition


Engineering Week


Student and Professional Conferences


Picnics


Engineering & Technology Expo


Engineering & Architecture Ambassadors


TechGYRLS


NDSU student clubs




Bison BEST Competition

Engineering Week

Surface Mount Technology
Conference

Institute of Industrial
Engineering Conference

Institute of Industrial
Engineering Picnic


Department
of Industrial and Manufacturing
Engineering

North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota 58105

Phone: (701)
231
-
7287,
Fax: (701)
231
-
7195


For more information about Industrial & Manufacturing
Department visit our


Web
Site:
http://www.ndsu.edu/ime/