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Assoc Prof at Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
The University of Texas at Arlington
Ph.D.
Industrial Engineering
The University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Campus Recreation, Texas Christian University
M.S.
Industrial Engineering
West Virginia University
B.S.
Industrial Engineering
January 2000
January 2013
Assoc Prof
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1994
January 2000
Assist Professor
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1991
January 1993
Faculty Associate
The University of Texas at Arlington
January 1986
January 1986
Associate Engineer
Conoco, Inc.
Automation Cell Modeling
Automation Cell Modeling Research and industrial projects that utilize 3-D Modeling of Industrial Automation Systems to reduce system cost, reduce implementation cycle time, and improve system performance.
Discrete Event Modeling
Discrete Event Modeling and its use in System Analysis and Design
Engineering Economics
The use of the time-value of money concepts to support engineering decision making
EXPERTISE
industrial simulation and engineering economy
System Analysis and Design
Tools and methods to support the design and analysis of complex systems
2012
H.E. Sevil, P. Desai, A. Dogan, B. Huff, “Real-Time Obstacle Avoidance and Waypoint Navigation of an Unmanned Ground Vehicle”. DSCC 2012, ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, USA, 17-19 October 2012, pp. 1948-1956, DSCC2012-8843.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2012
H.E. Sevil, P. Desai, A. Dogan, B. Huff, “Modeling of an Unmanned Ground Vehicle for Autonomous Navigation and Obstacle Avoidance Simulations”. DSCC 2012, ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference, Ft. Lauderdale, USA, 17-19 October 2012, pp. 972-977, DSCC2012-8867.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2011
P. Desai, H. Sevil, A. Dogan and B. Huff, “Construction of an Obstacle Map and its Real-Time Implementation on an Unmanned Ground Vehicle,” Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE Conference on Technologies for Practical Robot Applications, Woburn, MA, April 11 -12, 2011.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2009
A. D. Parikh, A. R. Subbarao, and B. Huff. "CAE Tools for Modeling Inertia and Aerodynamic Properties of an R/C Airplane," presented at Proceedings of the AIAA Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Conference, Chicago, Illinois, August 10, 2009.
Conference Paper
Published
2008
J. R. Roongrat and B. Huff. "Simulation of Unit Loading Device Inventory in Airline Operations," presented at Winter Simulation Conference Proceedings, Miami, Florida, 2008.
Conference Paper
Published
2008
H. C. Jen, R. Cannaday, and B. Huff, “The Application of Discrete-Event Simulation for Demining Strategy Evaluation, ” Proceedings of the 2008 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Vancouver, Canada, 2008.
Conference Proceeding
Published
2007
K. S. Vibeeshanan and B. Huff. "n-Filter: An Evidence Theoretic Approach to Unmanned Ground Vehicle Localization," presented at 7th IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation, Jacksonville, Florida, June 20, 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2007
K. S. Vibeeshanan and B. L. Huff. "A Sensor Calibration Methodology for Evidence Theoretic Unmanned Ground Vehicle Localization," presented at 7th IEEE International Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Robotics and Automation (CIRA 2007), Jacksonville, Florida, June 20, 2007.
Conference Paper
Published
2006
Molnar, R. Fernandez and B. Huff. "Chapter 14 - Development of a Standard Reconfigurable Assebly Cell for Agile Manufacturing." Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems and Transformable Factories, edited by A.I. Dashchenko, Springer-Verlag, 2006.
Book Chapter
Published
Spring 2015
IE 4322 - ENTERPRISE SIMULATION
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 1:50 pm
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Spring 2015
IE 5322 - Simulation & Optimization
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 1:59 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
IE 5322 - Simulation & Optimization
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 1:59 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
IE 5322 - Simulation and Optimization
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:04 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
EE 6322 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
AE 5379 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
ME 5379 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
MAE 4379 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
CSE 5384 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2015
CSE 4379 - Unmanned Vehicle System Development
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Monday11:00AM12:00PM
Tuesday1:00PM1:45PM
Wednesday11:00AM12:00PM
Thursday1:00PM1:45PM
Introduction to the technologies needed to create an UVS (Unmanned Vehicle System). Integration of these technologies (embodied as a set of sensors, actuators, computing and mobility platform sub-systems) into a functioning UVS through team work. UVS could be designed to compete in a student competition sponsored by various technical organizations or to support a specific mission or function defined by the instructors. Prerequisite: B or better in the Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems course and admission to the UVS certificate program.
Last Updated on March 16, 2015, 2:20 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
IE 4325 - Automation and Robotics I
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday10:00AM11:00AM
Wednesday3:00PM4:00PM
Thursday10:00AM11:00AM
Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries.  The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation.  Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented.  Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies.
Last Updated on August 24, 2014, 6:25 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
IE 4378 - Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday10:00AM11:00AM
Wednesday3:00PM4:00PM
Thursday10:00AM11:00AM
Introduction to UVS (Unmanned Vehicle Systems) such as UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems), UGS (Unmanned Ground System) and UMS (Unmanned Maritime System), their history, missions, capabilities, types, configurations, subsystems, and the disciplines needed for UVS development and operation. UVS missions could include student competitions sponsored by various technical organizations. This course is team-taught by engineering faculty. Prerequisite: Admission to a professional engineering or science program.
Last Updated on August 24, 2014, 6:34 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
IE 5321 - Enterprise Analysis and Design
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday10:00AM11:00AM
Wednesday3:00PM4:00PM
Thursday10:00AM11:00AM
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise.  This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design.
Last Updated on August 24, 2014, 6:39 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
IE 5330 - Automation & Advanced Manufacturing Systems
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday10:00AM11:00AM
Wednesday3:00PM4:00PM
Thursday10:00AM11:00AM
The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems.
Last Updated on August 24, 2014, 6:44 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2014
IE 5378 - Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday10:00AM11:00AM
Wednesday3:00PM4:00PM
Thursday10:00AM11:00AM
Introduction to UVS (Unmanned Vehicle Systems) such as UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems), UGS (Unmanned Ground System) and UMS (Unmanned Maritime System), their history, missions, capabilities, types, configurations, subsystems, and the disciplines needed for UVS development and operation. UVS missions could include student competitions sponsored by various technical organizations. This course is team-taught by engineering faculty. Prerequisite: Admission to a professional engineering or science program.
Last Updated on August 24, 2014, 6:48 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2014
IE 5304 - Advanced Engineering Economy
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 9:40 am
No Documents Attached
Spring 2014
IE 4322 - Enterprise Simulation
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete-event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 9:42 am
No Documents Attached
Spring 2014
IE 5322 - Ie 5322-001
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisites: Prerequisite: IE 5317 or equivalent.
Last Updated on January 24, 2014, 9:43 am
No Documents Attached
Fall 2013
IE 5330 - Ie 5330-001
Course Description IE 5330 – Automation & Advanced Manufacturing Systems The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems.
Last Updated on August 26, 2013, 7:47 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2013
IE 4325 - Ie 4325-001
Course Description IE 4325 – Automation and Robotics I Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries.  The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation.  Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented.  Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies.
Last Updated on August 26, 2013, 7:40 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2013
IE 5321 - Ie 5321-001
Office Hours (also by appointment)
DayStartEnd
Tuesday2:00PM3:00PM
Wednesday2:30PM4:00PM
Thursday2:00PM3:00PM
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design.
Last Updated on August 21, 2013, 4:37 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2012
IE 5330 - AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems. Prerequisites: graduate standing.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2012
IE 5321 - ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design. Prerequisites: IE 5320.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2012
IE 5321 - ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design. Prerequisites: IE 5320.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Fall 2012
IE 4325 - AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS I
Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries. The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation. Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented. Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Summer 2012
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Summer 2012
IE 5322 - SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisites: IE 5318 or concurrent.
Last Updated on July 31, 2013, 3:18 pm
No Documents Attached
Spring 2012
IE 4322 - ENTERPRISE SIMULATION
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings. Prerequisite: IE 3314 and IE 4315.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2012
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2012
IE 5322 - SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisite: IE 5317 or equivalent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 5330 - AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems. Prerequisites: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 3312 - Economics for Engineers
Tools and methods used for determining the comparative financial desirability of engineering alternatives. Prerequisite: MATH 1426 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 4325 - AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS I
Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries. The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation. Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented. Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 5321 - ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design. Prerequisites: IE 5320.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 5330 - AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems. Prerequisites: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 3312 - Economics for Engineers
Tools and methods used for determining the comparative financial desirability of engineering alternatives. Prerequisite: MATH 1426 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 4325 - AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS I
Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries. The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation. Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented. Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2011
IE 5321 - ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design. Prerequisites: IE 5320.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2011
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2011
IE 5322 - SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisites: IE 5318 or concurrent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2011
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2011
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2011
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2011
IE 5322 - SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisites: IE 5318 or concurrent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2010
IE 5330 - AUTOMATION AND ADVANCED MANUFACTURING
The design of automated and advanced production processes for manufacturing. Topics include numerical control, robotics, group technology, just-in-time, automated inspection and flexible manufacturing systems. Prerequisites: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2010
IE 4325 - AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS I
Study of the use of industrial automation and robotics technologies in manufacturing industries. The course introduces the major classes of industrial automation. Issues associated with the successful deployment of automation are presented. Laboratory exercises focus on a practical introduction to various automation technologies. Prerequisite: IE 4303 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2010
IE 3312 - Economics for Engineers
Tools and methods used for determining the comparative financial desirability of engineering alternatives. Prerequisite: MATH 1426 or concurrent enrollment.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Fall 2010
IE 5321 - ENTERPRISE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
An in-depth study of techniques useful for the analysis and design of the manufacturing enterprise. This course presents an advanced process description technique that is used, with simulation and activity based costing, to facilitate analysis and design. Prerequisites: IE 5320.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2010
IE 5322 - SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION
An in-depth study of discrete event simulation theory and practice. Optimization and search techniques used in conjunction with simulation experiments are introduced. A commercial simulation software application is used. Prerequisites: IE 5318 or concurrent.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Summer 2010
IE 5304 - ADVANCED ENGINEERING ECONOMY
Analysis of capital investments in engineering and technical projects. Topics include decision analysis methods, cash flows, revenue requirements, activity-based analysis, multi-attribute decisions, probabilistic analysis and sensitivity/risk analysis. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
Spring 2010
IE 4322 - ENTERPRISE SIMULATION
The design and analysis of complex manufacturing and service systems using computer-based discrete event simulation techniques. Topics include an introduction to simulation methods, and the design, construction and analysis of discrete-event simulation models, as well as their computer applications. The course also covers the execution and management of simulation projects and the formal presentation of their findings. Prerequisite: IE 3314 and IE 4315, or consent of instructor.
No Syllabus Attached!
No Documents Attached
December -
AVL FACULTY ADVISOR
Autonomous Vehicles Laboratory (AVL)
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