For the 2023 US News & World Report, Clemson’s Industrial Engineering program has ranked 16th among all universities nationwide and 11th among all public universities. This is a move up from 24 (overall) and 18 (public).
Dr. Tanju Karanfil (Environmental Engineering) and Dr. Kapil Chalil Madathil (Industrial Engineering) received an NSF grant to support water treatment operations. Empirical studies will determine the efficacy of mixed reality technology to support the training needs of water treatment technicians.
Recently, as many as 6 IE faculty were either principal investigators (PIs) or co-PIs on several seed grants awarded for the 2022-2023 cycle through Clemson University’s partnership with Prisma Health.
Karen Lindenmeyer passed away in early February. Karen Lindenmeyer, who was an IE faculty member for years, will have an endowment in her honor that provides funding for the Lindenmeyer Leadership and Public Service Award.
2023 USNWR graduate program rankings place Clemson IE at 24 (overall rank) and 18 (public rank). This is a move […]
Michael McDonald has taken an interesting career path since his undergraduate days in the Clemson IE program. He cites the […]
Martha Sabogal is an Industrial Engineering Ph.D. student working under the direction of Emily Tucker. She is applying stochastic optimization […]
Eliza Macaulay, a junior in the Industrial Engineering department at Clemson University, placed first in the Institute of Industrial and […]
The Department of Industrial Engineering invites applications for multiple tenure-track faculty positions at the rank of Assistant or Associate […]
Clemson’s Department of Industrial Engineering (IE), one of the nation’s top 20 public IE programs, is pleased to announce the […]