What is Industrial and Systems Engineering?
Industrial and systems engineering (ISE) deals with the optimization of complex processes, systems or organizations. Engineers who specialize in this field work to eliminate wasted time, money, materials, man-hours, machine time, energy and other resources that do not generate value. According to the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, they devise how to do things better by engineering processes and systems that improve quality and productivity.
An industrial and systems engineering education provides a fundamental base for success in a broad spectrum of career paths. USC’s Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers a strong curriculum taught by world renowned and dedicated faculty. In conjunction with the Daniel J. Epstein Institute, our department is uniquely positioned to be the thought leader in ISE education and research.
ISE @ USC
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March 3, 2017
Invention, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, 3D Printing
Presented by Mr. Charles Hull, Co Founder and CTO, 3D Systems
April 13, 2017
2017 ISE Spring Banquet
April 20, 2017
Two ISI Division Directors Named ACM Fellows for Transformative Contributions to Technology
Carl Kesselman and Craig Knoblock are among the top one percent of ACM members worldwide honored for outstanding accomplishments in computing and information technology
Fri, Feb 23, 2018
All Day Event
Feb 23rd is the last day to change your grading option from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade. All Engineering related courses must be taken for a letter grade.
Fri, Feb 23, 2018
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
SIGN UP NOW! ASBME is hosting the 3rd Annual Makeathon February 23-25! Visit www.uscmakeathon.com for more extensive information about this competition, rules, schedule, registration, and more. The Makeathon is a medical device design...
New Insights Into Human Kidney Formation Made Possible with Innovative Platform Developed at ISI
USC stem cell scientists used a new “ecosystem of tools” designed by ISI researchers to analyze massive amounts of data to document the similarities and differences between kidney development in humans and mice
A New Way to Fight the Spread of Infectious Diseases
An algorithm developed by USC researchers could help public health programs better locate, and treat, people living with undiagnosed infectious diseases, says a new study.