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Inside the Watson School Student Profile - Gary Cheung
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For Gary Cheung, a Watson School education mirrors the working world.

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 OpEx

Thank you to all who attended the 2nd Annual Conference

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3rd Annual Pursuit of Operational Excellence (OpEx) Conference in 2014


New program offered - apply now!

Executive Master of Science in Health Systems in Manhattan

Next session starts August 2014

 

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What is industrial engineering?

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ISE's major leaguer, Scott Diamond

We're all about people, equipment and materials — and how they work in industry and everyday life.

Some people like to take machines apart to learn how they work. The struggle can be how to put them back together working better than they did before.

That's what we do, but we look at much more than machine parts. We study complex systems in industry and manufacturing settings, healthcare environments and society in general. We look at intelligent systems, supply chain management and human factors. Whether it's statistical modeling or decision making, modeling or fuzzy logic ... we've got it covered.

We make systems, things and people work smarter and better.


SSIE News

"Health systems masters program takes off in Manhattan"


Industrial and systems engineers help cure some of healthcare's ills. Watson Review 2012.

Essential Elements

Spring project brings clean water home. Watson Review 2012.

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