The Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering department, at the University of Texas at Arlington, is seeking top quality students for its doctoral program in Industrial Engineering. All applicants admitted to our program, unconditionally, will be considered for a graduate teaching or graduate research assistantship (GTA or GRA), and successful applicants may be eligible for 5 years of funding. Our program is unique in that students may pursue their doctoral research in any one of several areas: Statistics and Optimization, Systems Engineering, Manufacturing, Engineering Management, Logistics, or Ergonomics/Human Factors. Our faculty members are involved in cutting-edge research projects that are making a significant impact in the advancement of industrial engineering. Examples of on-going and recent research include: optimized decision-making under uncertainty; definition, design, and analysis of complex systems; RFID and autonomous logistics planning; multi-stage process monitoring; advanced manufacturing; and applications in health care, sustainability, energy, transportation, and defense.
Students seeking a Master’s degree may also select from four areas: Master of Science in Industrial Engineering (MSIE), Master of Science in Engineering Management, Master of Science in Logistics, and Master of Science in Systems Engineering. Kindly disseminate the information in this postcard among students who wish to pursue a doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering, in this highly regarded department.
Sheik N. Imrhan, PhD, PE, MIEHF
Graduate Advisor and Associate Professor