Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering<br />Jeffrey Salamone-Callahan<br />James Dombrowski<br />Evan McHugh<br />Luchen...
What It Is<br />Industrial engineers organize the people, information, energy,materials, and machines involved in the prod...
Jobs in Industrial Engineering<br />Assembly lines are a commonly recognized product of manufacturing engineering. They in...
Why it is Important?<br />The assembly line allowed for a cheap and quick way of mass-producing the car when it was invent...
How to become a Manufacturing Engineering<br />Education: Boston University; Polytechnic University of Brooklyn; MIT; Tuft...
Engineering Economy<br />Manufacturing Processes<br />Operations Research<br />Simulation<br />Industrial Cost Control<br ...
Day In the Life<br />Lots of leadership, teamwork and management skills are put to use.<br />Manufacturing engineering has...
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  1. 1. Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering<br />Jeffrey Salamone-Callahan<br />James Dombrowski<br />Evan McHugh<br />Lucheng Wang<br />Engineering 103<br />Professor Materedey<br />
  2. 2. What It Is<br />Industrial engineers organize the people, information, energy,materials, and machines involved in the production process.<br />They make things work better, more safely, and more economically. <br />Industrial engineers often work with design and management, quality control, and the human factors of engineering. <br />Many industrial engineers are promoted to management systems because their training makes them ideal for dealing with operations, business planning, financial analysis, and project management.<br />
  3. 3. Jobs in Industrial Engineering<br />Assembly lines are a commonly recognized product of manufacturing engineering. They increase efficiency and production and promote safety.<br />Industries involved with:<br />Aerospace & Defense<br />Medical Device Manufacturing<br />Motorsports<br />Oil and Gas<br />Wind Energy Manufacturing<br />
  4. 4. Why it is Important?<br />The assembly line allowed for a cheap and quick way of mass-producing the car when it was invented in the late 19th Century and continues to be used to manufacture cars to this day.<br />Most products that are manufactured—clothes, shoes, stereos, computers—are produced in industrial settings that operate with assembly lines and technology that is meant to make the production process more efficient.<br />Food processing, planes, boxing all rely on manufacturing engineers<br />
  5. 5. How to become a Manufacturing Engineering<br />Education: Boston University; Polytechnic University of Brooklyn; MIT; Tufts<br />Earn a BS and Masters in Manufacturing engineering<br />Certifications from groups such as the Society of Manufacturing Engineers<br />
  6. 6. Engineering Economy<br />Manufacturing Processes<br />Operations Research<br />Simulation<br />Industrial Cost Control<br />Robotics and Automation<br />Inventory Control<br />Facility Design<br />Organizational Management<br />Quality Control<br />Human Factors<br />Methods & Work Measurement<br />Production Control<br />Students Should Expect to Enroll in …<br />
  7. 7. Day In the Life<br />Lots of leadership, teamwork and management skills are put to use.<br />Manufacturing engineering has shifted from a labor-based field to a majority knowledge-based field, meaning, most of the work done is developing models and plans for new systems and processes to be put to uses in the industrial sector, like in factories, on oil rigs or in any industrial/technological field.<br />A lot of work in illustration and with computer programming to aid with design (i.e. CAD) with various projects.<br />
  8. 8. The End<br />
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