The Industrial Engineering program is based in advanced studies focused on:
-Operations research -Optimization -Supply chain management -Financial engineering -Quality and reliability engineering -Production management
Graduates of the Department of Industrial & Enterprise Systems Engineering are leaders in large scale systems design, logistics, and decision making. A sampling of possible research topics include:
Control and performance evaluation of systems Data-mining and system identification Financial engineering Environmentally sustainable design Game theory and equilibrium programming Large scale optimization methods and applications Optimal product design and development Supply chain and revenue management Decision analysis Stochastic algorithms Non-destructive systems evaluation Organization behavior
Graduate students in ISE may be eligible for a variety of financial support. Federal Student Aid may offer grants and scholarships, loans, or work-study for eligible students. Research and teaching assistantships are graduate student jobs, usually in the department, which offer a monthly stipend, tuition waiver, and selected fee waiver. Assistantships are not based on need. Fellowships and grants may be available to qualified students. Each fellowship or grant has its own policies for funding and awarding. Most fellowships cover tuition and selected fees.
Conference Funding Guidelines - see http://ise.illinois.edu/graduates/financial-support/conference-funding-g...
Federal Student Aid - U.S. Citizens or eligible noncitizens (see http://studentaid.ed.gov/node/54) may qualify for federal student aid. See http://studentaid.ed.gov/.
Fellowships and Grants - ISE and the Graduate College offer fellowship opportunities and grants to qualified students. See https://www.grad.illinois.edu/fellowship/.
Research Assistantships - Individual faculty members may offer research assistantships to students if the faculty member has a need for research or a research grant.
Teaching Assistantship - ISE offers teaching assistantships in the fall and spring semesters to qualified students. Students must have the required English proficiency and attended the Graduate Academy for Teaching Assistants (required training).
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Recipient: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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