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    If you are interested in participating in the 7th annual Volunteer Service Project prior to the conference in Orlando (May 18th, 2019), please sign up below. Due to popularity from previous years, we actually have 2 nonprofits we will be working with ...

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    Hey students, how can you receive a $100 discount on your registration for the 2019 IISE Annual Conference and Expo ? It's easy ... just volunteer ten hours of your time (2 five-hour shifts) to work at the registration desk, serve as a room host, or ...

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    Data Analytics and Information Systems - Spring Webinar Feature Extraction and Selection Using Topological Data Analysis Tuesday, March 19, 2 p.m. Eastern time |   Register now Presenter:  Ashis G. Banerjee, Ph.D., assistant ...

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    Sponsoring Lean/Six Sigma Improvement Specialists

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    Dear IISE Community, My hospital has had success in the past at sponsoring international employees who are working as management engineers (Optimization, Simulation, modelling, statistics, etc.). However I am curious to see if anyone has sponsored Improvement ...

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    The  April edition of ISE magazine is now online and print editions are arriving soon. The cover story is an inspiring one from IISE member Andrew Parris discussing how lean and Six Sigma principles are being used by humanitarian organizations to better the lives of our fellow humans in crisis. There’s lots more as well, perfect for a spring read on the back porch (and we hope spring is arriving or will soon where you live)

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    The IISE Board of Trustees met March 6-8 in the IISE office in Atlanta. The March meeting is filled with both excitement and a bit of regret, as we have the opportunity to welcome our newly elected or appointed Board members, while also saying goodbye to our outgoing members. This year was no exception, as we welcomed David Poirier, Carl Kirpes, Gul Kremer and Bob Pudlo onto the Board, while wishing our outgoing members, Joe Hartman, Rick Wilkinson, Eileen Van Aken and Mindy Holmes well as they rolled ...

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    The March issue of ISE is now available online with a focus on ergonomics leading into this month’s Applied Ergonomics Conference March 25-28 in New Orleans. The cover story by Tim Pottorff chronicles his work as ergonomics chief at Alcoa over several decades and the many successful projects that resulted. There’s lots more in this issue, including an article by yours truly, and we’ll highlight some of those in the coming weeks.   On a side note, I had the pleasure of sitting in on ...


  • Save $170 on Annual Conference Registration

    The early-bird deadline is approaching for IISE’s Annual Conference & Expo 2019, slated for May 18-21 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Hotel in Orlando, Florida. The conference’s 70th anniversary will feature: Industry 4.0 in Manufacturing, Production, Supply Chain Optimization A tsunami of technology innovation will require a systems perspective to stay ahead and transform your organization so it can thrive and survive. Service 4.0 and Healthcare 4.0 How the fourth industrial revolution affects ...
  • Webinar: Advancing the IISE Body of Knowledge

    April 4, 2 p.m. Eastern time Presenters: Iris V. Rivero, Ph.D., Rochester Institute of Technology; Diana Berry, Harsco Rail; Tarun Mohan Lal, Mayo Clinic The Industrial Engineering Body of Knowledge represents the main document for our profession composed of important knowledge areas. This webinar will be led by the IISE Body of Knowledge governance committee and will provide an update on the current progress of the document, the recent chapter additions, and the dissemination activities planned ...
  • Student volunteers attend #AppliedErgo2019 for free

    Students: Give at least 10 hours of your time and get a free pass to attend the March 25-28 Applied Ergonomics Conference in New Orleans. Hurry! There are a limited number of slots open on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Bill Gibbs for details at bgibbs@iise.org.


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