Institute of Industrial Engineers

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 essays
  • Industrial Engineer Essay

    1650 Words  | 7 Pages

    without industrial engineers? You probably do not even know what an Industrial engineer does. When the word engineer comes to mind, people just assume some guy sitting in an office doing a bunch of complicated equations day in and day out. Although that is not wrong, it is not true for industrial engineers. Industrial engineers are solving a new problem everyday in new and innovative ways. Industrial engineers are not a widely known career, but are a cornerstone to our workplaces. Industrial engineering

  • Foundations Of Engineering Lab Report

    1358 Words  | 6 Pages

    ancient Egypt when the pharaohs built the pyramids they used their own form of engineering. Engineers were always a very prestigious occupation. It was roman engineers who allowed the city of Rome to be built from the palaces to the aqueducts. After the roman engineers built the aqueducts then engineering evolved to a more renaissance approach including building castles and moats. Kings and queens would use engineers for personal statues of themselves or for improvements on their castles. The foundation

  • Basic Aspects Of Standards Research

    1183 Words  | 5 Pages

    Introduction This paper will discuss various aspects of standards research. First, it will select one of the working groups in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) or Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and thoroughly summarize what this group is working on. Next, this paper will justify the need of the IEEE 802 standard used in networking. Also, it will evaluate the three standard organizations including IEEE, ISO, and ANSI to determine the most important for communication

  • Sop Statement Of Purpose For Mechanical Engineering

    769 Words  | 4 Pages

    Technology is driven by need. Inventors often have an unnatural skill of resolving problems of real life situation with their innovations. But ability to recognize the importance of sustainable technological solutions for the future , separates engineers from mere innovators. Even though many of our needs and predicament remain the same, the solution keeps changing with time. My deep interest in this matter makes me stand apart. I’ve always been interested in operation of machine and identifying

  • My Experience At The Dubai Campus Of The Institute

    1189 Words  | 5 Pages

    grandfather retired as a Chief Engineer, my father is employed as Senior Foreman, Aramco and uncle, as an Executive Engineer. Their achievements in respective domains motivated me to pursue my career in a challenging field and persuaded me to study Mechanical engineering; the field of my choice at my under graduate level. Sterling performance in my senior secondary exams (93.6% tenth grade and 80.2% twelfth grade) enabled me to pursue my studies at Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS)

  • Joseph M. Juran 's Life

    972 Words  | 4 Pages

    Joseph M. Juran lived a long life comprised of many accomplishments. Using his natural gifts of intelligence, Juran went from being a poor immigrant to being known for his quality control expertise. He has also been known as the “father” of quality, and even a quality guru. This paper gives insight into Jurans life and how he was able to work his way up to his many accomplishments. Joseph was born in Braila, Romania in December of 1904. Five years later his father, Jakob Juran, departed Romania and

  • An Analysis Of Washington's Atlanta Exposition Address

    284 Words  | 2 Pages

    Washington was born into slavery in 1856, despite this he received an education at the Hampton Institute, a school designed to educate African Americans and Native Americas. In 1881, Washington built and became the headmaster at a school, the Tuskegee Institute, which was virtually all black in population. From this Washington lived a comfortable life and was able to give a number of addresses regarding issues of black rights. Washington’s famous speech, the Atlanta Exposition address, was given

  • My Statement of Purpose: Transitioning from Production Engineering to Industrial Engineering

    827 Words  | 3 Pages

    Transitioning from Production Engineering to Industrial Engineering Introduction My greatest achievements, continual passion for learning, and drive to excel in educational pursuits are all predicated on a fascination with engineering. From a very young age, I have been fascinated with how devices work, and as I learned more about how engineering is a disruptive force in many industries, I knew this had to be my profession. My passionate pursuit of expertise in this field led me to pursue

  • Personal Statement Of Purpose In Mechanical Engineering

    1105 Words  | 5 Pages

    Academic Background: I have completed my undergraduate studies in Mechanical engineering from “Acharya institute of Technology”, Bangalore, India in year 2016, scoring an average of 60.34%. I was an active somehow indulgent student among others during my undergraduate studies, very often involved in many curricular and co-curricular activities. In fact, I was up to the mark and honored in the top 20th of 120 students in my undergraduate class. If observed by the meritorious efforts I remain very

  • The Engineering Of Electricity What Is This Magic?

    973 Words  | 4 Pages

    that made the United States need a code of ethics for engineers? According to the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) heritage, people in the early 1900s employer’s didn’t require certification from an employee to be hired as an engineer, who caused lots of problems and deaths due to safety issues [1]. In comparison to today’s standards that is blasphemy. It was only 100 years ago that each state started requiring licenses for engineers, in order to protect the public health. There are