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  • Undergraduate, M.S., Ph.D. seminar for the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department for spring 2010

    2010 봄학기 학석박 세미나 홈페이지입니다.
  • This course aims to promote basic understanding of complex nature of healthcare service delivery system. Main topics include healthcare delivery system structure and characteristics, quality in healthcare delivery, IT and healthcare service, and modeling&simulation applications in healthcare service delivery system. Grades are based on quizzes, in-class debates, and class participation.
  • The main objective of this course is to build up the techniques required for the decision analysis. We will develop several quantitative tools throughout the semester and integrate them with case studies in finance, marketing and operations management.
  • This course covers fundamental theories and advanced methodologies of M&S (modeling & simulation) of discrete event systems (e.g., industrial systems, service systems) as well as of continuous systems (e.g., environmental systems, social systems). Key topics include systems concepts, M&S frameworks, event-based M&S, activity-based M&S, entity-based M&S, state-based (or object-oriented) M&S, system dynamics for continuous system M&S, and Monte-Carlo simulation. Also covered are input modeling and simulation optimization. Case studies will be conducted using commercial simulation languages (ARENA®, STELLA®, etc.) and M&S tool kits. Students majoring other disciplines (Civil, Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical, and Computer Engineering) are welcome.
  • Operations research, affectionately referred to as "The Science of Better" by INFORMS (www.informs.org), is an approach to decision making that is based on the scientific method and makes extensive use of quantitative analysis.
  • Welcome to IE362.

    This course is designed to provide IE undergraduate students with systematic software development skills required to implement a variety of techniques in IE domain. Main topics include programming language review (Java), software development lifecycle model and object oriented design, fundamental data structures (such as list, tree, graph, and table), and algorithms. A number of programming assignments from IE domain will ensure the students to get the practical capability to design and implement software.

  • The course introduces basic concepts for services and service systems, which have been growing and making significant innovations. It focuses on engineering and management methods for modern technology-oriented service systems such as information system services, communication services, healthcare services, and financial services, and large complex service systems. Lectures all in English.
  • This course will cover the application of information on human’s capabilities and limitations in the systems design and development process. Mechanical and physical environments and their effects on human’s cognitive and physical performance will be discussed. Also, this course will demonstrate industry-specific systems design and practices in the USA & world-wide including HCSD applications in health care, manufacturing, construction, transportation, military, and technology.
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