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ISE invites applications in the areas of operations research, data analytics, large scale systems engineering and design, and cognitive...
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Assistant Professor James Davis enjoys solving problems by applying techniques from revenue management and algorithm design.
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"I’ve gotten a problem-solving degree here, and there’s nothing that I can’t do with that.”
The veteran GM executive on conquering calculus, gaining credibility with plant workers and golf.
Dr. Winter's career has led him all over the world, to provide humanitarian care in countries such as Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Iraq, and to New York City on 9/11
A 2010 PhD recipient is now an Associate of the Indian Academy of Sciences
ISE is especially proud of Dr. Mancini—one of at least three alumni who have worked for Boeing
I am a 1959 General Engineering graduate of the University of Illinois. While there I was President of the Society of General Engineers and also a Knight of St Patrick’s.
Over the span of his career, Chuck held 122 patents for products varying from automobile wipers to composites structures and processes.
Spoor’s career at Boeing is a testament to the different fields that a degree in GE can lead to. announced that Cynthia Hiskes has been named vice president of human resources and will begin her role effective immediately.
On graduation weekend, Richartz capped her athletic and academic career with a new Big Ten Outdoor meet record and broke her own school record.
Andrew Kerr has a bright future ahead of him, but it’s the experiences and people at ISE that he doesn’t want to leave behind.
Since earning her Ph.D. in in August 2013, Sara Behdad has not only earned a professorship but has also become the director of a research laboratory.
A new way to access customer support has arrived in the form of an interactive, real-time mobile app.
Recently, we spoke with alumnus Paul Katsen. His startup was accepted into prestigious Y Combinator in the Silicon Valley.
Associate Professor Harrison's Kim's First Ph.D. Student, Conrad Tucker, has been selected to participate in the U.S. Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship Program (AF SFFP).
Article speaks of the Illinois Alumnus' position as owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars