11th IEOM Global Engineering Education
Washington DC, USA
Venue: UDC Campus
September 27-29, 2018
IEOM Society addresses the issues of Global Engineering Education. There are different levels of readiness of engineering graduates from various parts of the world. One of the main themes of this series is how to reduce the readiness gap around the world. The special focus is given to Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering including Engineering Management. Are the engineering graduates ready to take on the challenges of the current global economy? With the great success of Global Engineering Education Series of last IEOM conferences, IEOM 2018 Washington DC Conference will have the 11th Global Engineering Education where distinguished speakers will discuss the readiness of engineering graduates for workforce around the world. Featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address engineering education challenges and opportunities.
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, abstract and a short bio as well as power point presentation. All will be included in the IEOM 2018 DC Conference proceedings. If you are interested to be distinguished feature speaker, please contact email@example.com for details.
Global Engineering Education Chairs
- Dr. Abu Masud, Boeing Global Engineering Professor, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department, Wichita State University, Kansas, USA
- Dr. Hamid Parsaei, Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Texas A&M University (College Station) and Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Academic Outreach, Texas A&M University Qatar
11th GEE IEOM DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
Thursday (September 27, 2018)
Session I: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
Session Chair: Dr. Esther T. Ososanya, University of the District of Columbia
2:30 pm– 4:00 pm (Thursday)
2:30 pm – 3:00 (Thursday)
Dr. Jacqueline Chestnut
Industrial and Systems Engineering Department
College of Engineering
North Carolina A&T State University
1601 E. Market St
Jacqueline Chestnut is an adjunct professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department of North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC. She is also an Adjunct Instructor for the Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Master of Engineering Management in the A. Leon Linton Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Lawrence Technological University, Michigan, USA. She earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, College of Engineering, Greensboro, North Carolina. Dr. Chestnut received a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi. She has published journal and conference papers. Dr. Chestnut has done research projects with General Motors, Jones International University and Lawrence Technological University. Her research interests include human error, simulation, online education, human factors and ergonomics. She is a member of CUR, ASQ and Sloan
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm (Thursday)
Dr. Bolanle Tolulope Abe
Senior Lecturer and Acting Academic Manager
Department of Electrical Engineering
Tshwane University of Technology
eMalahleni campus, South Africa
Active Learning in Engineering Education: Focus on TUT Perspective
Dr. Bolanle Tolulope Abe earned her Master degree in Communication Engineering from the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. She worked as a professional studio engineer at the Ondo-State Television Broadcasting Corporation, Nigeria before she moved into academics. Dr. Abe taught at the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria before she relocated to South Africa for further studies. She obtained Doctoral degree (PhD) in Electrical Engineering from the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr. Abe is a senior lecturer and the acting academic manager of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), eMalahleni campus, South Africa. She is a senate member of the University and also the Chairperson of the TUT Women in Engineering. Her passion is to motivate females in choosing engineering as a profession and to remain in the engineering profession. She is a member of many professional bodies among which are: the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), South Africa Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE), Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA), Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM). Her research interests are multi-disciplinary; these include the application of computational intelligence in remote sensing, Communication engineering, Electromagnetic Compatibility, corrosion and water resource management. She has track records in human capacity development by supervising and producing Masters and Doctoral students. She has published several papers in Journals, book chapters and has presented conference papers in many countries. She is an editor of the African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, Neural Computing and Applications Journal and Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing.
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm (Thursday)
Dr. Esther T. Ososanya
Professor and Chair
University of the District of Columbia
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
4200 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20008
Dr. Esther T. Ososanya is a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of the District of Columbia, and the current department chairperson. During her career, Dr. Ososanya has worked for private industry as a circuit development engineer and as a software engineer, in addition to her academic activities. She received her education in the United Kingdom, where she achieved her Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bradford in 1985, and a Post Doctoral Research Fellow from the University of Birmingham, UK. She was a Visiting Professor at Michigan Technological University for five years, and an Associate professor at Tennessee Technological University for 7 years prior to arriving at the University of the District of Columbia in the Fall of 2001. Dr. Ososanya research interests include new applications for VLSI ASIC design, Microcomputer Architecture, Embedded Systems design, Nanotechnology, and Renewable Energy Systems. In recent years, she has worked with colleagues to apply these technologies to Biomass research, Solar Cells efficiency capture research, and Renewable Energy Curriculum developments.
Session II: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Thursday)
4:30 pm – 5:00 pm (Thursday)
Professor Sarma Yadavalli
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
University of Pretoria
Pretoria, South Africa
Sarma Yadavalli is presently working as Professor, and Head, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Pretoria. His research areas of interest include, Applied stochastic modeling towards Reliability engineering, Queuing theory, Inventory management, Quality control and various estimation and optimization problems related to these areas. Sarma Yadavalli is NRF (National Research Foundation, South Africa) rated, and attracted several research projects. He was former President of OR Society of South Africa. More than 135 research papers have been published in various national and international journals to his credit.
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm (Thursday)
Prof. Dr. Md. Nurul Absar Chowdhury
Department of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering
Islamic University of Technology (IUT
Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC
Board Bazar, Gazipur-1704
5:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Thursday)
Business Information Systems, Industrial Engineering
College of Management, Information, Technology
“Computer Science Education for Industrial Engineers – Meeting the Challenges of the Smart Factory Paradigm”
Prof. Dr. Christoph Wunck holds a full professorship for Business Information Systems at Jade University since 1999. He teaches courses on Distributed Applications, Software Engineering, Programming, Electronic Business Systems and Process Management. He holds a doctoral degree from the faculty of Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s degree (Diplom-Ingenieur) in Electrical Engineering, both from RWTH Aachen University. He is the current director of the Institute of Information Processing in Plastics Manufacturing at Jade University.
His professional experience covers project management and consulting services for a major European business consultancy and work as a consulting engineer for manufacturing and electronics industries. He has served Jade University for nine years in the position of Dean and Dean of Studies.
His research interest include:
– Application of IT and Business Information Systems in Industrial Engineering
– Distributed Manufacturing Execution Systems, Multi-Agent Systems, Data Science, Manufacturing Intelligence
– IT Governance and Security in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Prof. Dr. Wunck is well connected in his field. He serves in the management of conferences and is a reviewer for conference papers and books. He is a member of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, IEOM, INFORMS, ISCA, ISACA and VDI.
Friday (September 28, 2018)
Session III: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
8:00 am – 9:30 am (Friday)
8:00 am – 8:30 am (Friday)
Anjum Ali, Ph.D.
Professor, Electrical Engineering Department
Editor-in-Chief, FAST-NU Research Journal
National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences
Engineering Education in Pakistan: How it changed in the past forty years
Dr. Anjum Ali completed his Ph.D. degree in August 1988 from the University of Alabama, Huntsville, Alabama, U.S.A. He has been teaching Electrical and Computer Engineering subjects since March 1978. His first teaching appointment, as a lecturer of Electrical Engineering, was at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore, Pakistan, after winning gold medals in each of the last three years of his undergraduate engineering education. His teaching experience includes twelve years at Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, USA, and about nine years at three different universities in Saudi Arabia. He has also worked, as an associate professor, at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore, Pakistan, from 1996 to 1998. He served as the chairman of the Electronics Engineering and Instrumentation Department at the Hail Community College (now University of Hail), Hail, Saudi Arabia, from February 2000 to June 2002. During his stay there, he developed a four-year degree program in Electrical Engineering for the University of Hail. Dr. Anjum Ali moved to Pakistan in July 2002, and joined Al-Khawarizmi Institute of Computer Science (KICS) at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, as a professor in December 2002. During his stay at KICS, he initiated many research and development projects and won research grants. He has been a professor of Electrical Engineering at the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, (FAST-NU), Lahore, since May 2005. Dr. Anjum Ali has taught many EE, CE and CS courses and supervised numerous graduate as well as undergraduate students during his 40 years of teaching career. He has over 30 conference and journal publications. He is also the founding editor of the FAST-NU Research Journal. His areas of current research interest include embedded control systems and computer architecture.
8:30 am – 9:00 am (Friday)
Dr. Rezg Nidhal
Professor of University
Director of LGIPM Laboratory (Laboratoire de Génie Industriel, de Production et de Maintenance)
Director of Training and Research Unit (MIM)
University of Lorraine
Nidhal Rezg is a Doctor of Industrial Automatic from the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon in 1996. Accreditation to supervise research at the University of Metz in 2003. he was Professor at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Moncton, New Brunswick Canada from 1997 to 1999 and Associate professor at the University of Metz until 2004, and currently holds the position of Professor of University. He is director of LGIPM laboratory since October 2006 and scientific responsable of the INRIA CusTom team from 2007 to 2011. His research interests is the optimization of maintenance policies coupled to production, the optimal control SED. He is the author of sixty papers in international journals, directors of 12 theses and 4 Accreditation to supervise research. Keywords research are modeling, simulation and optimization of stochastic processes, reliability and maintenance and Petri nets.
9:00 am – 9:30 am (Friday)
Mohamed H. Gadallah
Education Development Fund (EDF)
The Egyptian Cabinet of Ministers
Professor of Industrial Engineering & Operations Research
Faculty of Engineering
Competency Based Education on Engineering Course Work
Session IV: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
11:30 am – 1:00 pm (Friday)
11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Friday)
Dr. Adedeji Badiru
Graduate School of Engineering and Management
Air Force Institute of Technology
Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
An Integrative Systems Engineering Framework for Operational Excellence
Deji Badiru is the Dean and senior academic officer for the Graduate School of Engineering and Management at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). He is responsible for planning, directing, and controlling all operations related to granting doctoral and master’s degrees, professional continuing cyber education, and research and development programs. In his post-high-school days, Deji worked as a graphic artist for children television programs, as a writer and columnist for community newspapers, and as an accounts clerk. These are practical skills that he frequently uses, even today, in his administrative and professional duties.
Deji Badiru was previously Professor and Head of Systems Engineering and Management at AFIT, Professor and Department Head of Industrial & Information Engineering at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, and Professor of Industrial Engineering and Dean of University College at the University of Oklahoma, Norman. He is a registered professional engineer (PE), a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, and a Fellow of the Nigerian Academy of Engineering. He holds BS in Industrial Engineering, MS in Mathematics, and MS in Industrial Engineering from Tennessee Technological University, and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Central Florida. His areas of interest include mathematical modeling, systems efficiency analysis, and high-tech product development. He is the author of over 30 books, 35 book chapters, 75 technical journal articles, 115 conference proceedings and presentations. He also has published 30 magazine articles and 20 editorials and periodicals. He is a member of several professional associations and scholastic honor societies.
Deji Badiru has won several awards for his teaching, research, and professional accomplishments. He is the recipient of the 2009 Dayton Affiliate Society Council Award for Outstanding Scientists and Engineers in the Education category with a commendation from the 128th Senate of Ohio. He also won 2010 IIE Joint Publishers Book-of-the-Year Award from the Institute of Industrial Engineers. He also won 2010 ASEE John Imhoff Award for his global contributions to Industrial Engineering Education, the 2011 Federal Employee of the Year Award in the Managerial Category from the International Public Management Association, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the 2012 Distinguished Engineering Alum Award from the University of Central Florida, and the 2012 Medallion Award from the Institute of Industrial Engineers for his global contributions in the advancement of the profession. In February 2013, he was selected as a finalist for the Jefferson Science Fellows (JSF) program by the US National Academy of Sciences and the US Department of State. Prof. Badiru was the leader of the AFIT team that won the 2013 Air Force Organizational Excellence Award for Air University C3 (Cost Conscious Culture). His most recent award is the 2015 National Public Service Award at the overall US Air Force level.
Deji Badiru has served as a consultant to several organizations around the world including Russia, Mexico, Taiwan, Nigeria, Ghana, and Canada. He has conducted customized training workshops for numerous organizations including Sony, AT&T, Seagate Technology, U.S. Air Force, Oklahoma Gas & Electric, Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association, Hitachi, Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, and ExxonMobil. He holds a leadership certificate from the University Tennessee Leadership Institute. He has served as a Technical Project Reviewer, curriculum reviewer, and proposal reviewer for several organizations including The Third-World Network of Scientific Organizations, Italy, National Science Foundation, National Research Council, and the American Council on Education. He is on the editorial and review boards of several technical journals and book publishers. Deji has also served as an Industrial Development Consultant to the United Nations Development Program. He is also a program evaluator for ABET, the international engineering and technology accreditation body. In 2011, Prof. Badiru led a research team to develop analytical models for Systems Engineering Research Efficiency (SEER) for the Air Force acquisitions integration office at the Pentagon. He has led a multi-year composite manufacturing collaborative research between the Air Force Institute of Technology and Wyle Aerospace Group.
Deji Badiru has diverse areas of avocation. His professional accomplishments are coupled with his passion for writing about everyday events and interpersonal issues, especially those dealing with social responsibility. Outside of the academic realm, he writes motivational poems, editorials, and newspaper commentaries; as well as engaging in paintings and crafts. As a contribution to sparking the interest of kids in science and engineering, Deji runs the Physics of Soccer website (www.physicsofsoccer.com). He is the founder of the Association of Military Industrial Engineers (AMIE). He also runs ABICS Publications, through which he publishes non-technical guide books for home, work, and leisure. A prolific researcher and author, Deji espouses the spirit of sharing knowledge freely and widely, which is the reason he offers self-published guide books to make his publications affordable and accessible to the general public.
- PhD, Industrial Engineering, University of Central Florida
- MS, Mathematics, Tennessee Technological University
- BS, MS, Industrial Engineering, Tennessee Tech Univ
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm (Friday)
12:30 pm – 1:00 pm (Friday)
Session V: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm (Friday)
2:30 pm – 3:00 pm (Friday)
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm (Friday)
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm(Friday)
Session VI: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Friday)
4:30 pm– 5:00 pm (Friday)
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm (Friday)
5:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Friday)
Saturday (September 29, 2018)
Session VII: Curriculum Development for Business Analytics (Room – 1)
Session Chair: Professor Lillian Kamal, University of Hartford
8:00 am – 9:30 am (Saturday)
Challenges and opportunities in curriculum development for Business Analytics
The focus of this session is mainly on practical aspects of course development, instruction, appropriate software in the context of growing data. In addition, student preparedness, ability to succeed through the learning process and serve the future needs of the business community will be addressed.
Professor James Peta Jr
Visiting Professor of Economics
Department of Economics, Finance and Insurance
Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
Presentation title: Delivery of Quant and Business Statistics courses to the Business students and developing MS in Business Analytics to meet the demands of the businesses
Abstract: In the first part of the presentation, I will discuss how to best introduce and deliver quantitative courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels for students who will be seeking jobs in a market where there is an increased demand for employees with quantitative skills. This program involved developing an MBA concentration and an undergraduate minor in Business Analytics for the Barney School of Business. Part One is the precursor for developing an MS in Business Analytics. In the second part, I will outline my survey of corporate executives from around the country, with special focus on my findings among executives in New York City and Boston. Because of this survey I felt confident that I had designed a program geared to the current market demand.
Professor Lillian Kamal
Associate Professor of Economics
Department of Economics, Finance and Insurance
Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
Presentation title: Issues in creating data analytics courses
Abstract: Data analytics is still a relatively new area of study. As such, courses in data analytics are as yet being fined tuned. This discussion focuses on issues that have arisen in the development and teaching of courses in data analytics at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. These issues include the lack of case studies; lack of appropriate and adequate textbooks; and the lack of applications in different business fields. In particular, a marked gap exists in terms of long term case studies on the impact of data analytics on firm measures such as customer retention, sales, profitability, etc., and an adequate array of textbooks ranging from an introductory level to a more advanced level of business analytics. In addition, given diverse student backgrounds, it becomes necessary to create overview courses that present the application of data analytics and data visualization in different business areas. The difficulty in creating a such a course which provides an overview of major business areas and applications to business analytics will therefore be discussed at length.
Professor Bharat Kolluri
Professor of Economics
Department of Economics, Finance and Insurance
Barney School of Business
University of Hartford
Presentation title: What does an Introductory Course look like in Business Analytics?
Abstract: Introduction to Data mining, appropriate modeling and prediction in the decision-making process. Upon completion, students understand the basic concepts, gain gain deeper knowledge in analytics and perform better data analytics in a fast pace decision making environment.
This introductory course brings together the basic techniques of optimization and the statistical methods that can handle large sets of data with the appropriate software in the decision-making process commonly known as Business Analytics. Topics include data exploration, data visualization, predictive modelling techniques
Most of the business schools nationwide have started programs in Business Analytics, or at least a minor both at the undergraduate and graduate levels to provide practical solutions to the policy makers in the context of growing data, usually described as Big Data. These required the development of courses starting from pre-requisites, core courses and electives in the last three to four years. Unfortunately, there seems to be no consensus on the contents of these courses, software and even text books among the scholars in the literature including the introductory course on the subject matter. A well-organized introductory course on the topic is essential as a foundation to the development of other courses in the curriculum ladder. The purpose of this presentation is to bring up the issues and seek input and guidance from other colleagues and participants with the hope of developing and finalizing in to about 80% standard contents like any other introductory course in business disciplines such as Accounting, Finance and Economics.
BIO: Bharat Kolluri is Professor of Economics at the Barney School of Business, University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA. He earned BA (Honours) in Mathematics and MS in Statistics from Andhra University, India, Masters and Ph.D.in Economics from State University of New York at Buffalo. His articles have appeared in journals such as The Review of Economics and Statistics, Applied Economics and Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting. He has recently published a text book with two of his colleagues, Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Business: Using Microsoft Office Excel, 1st edition by John Wiley & Sons, 2017. Based on the recommendation of the Faculty Committee, the University bestowed the prestigious Bent Award for Scholarship/Creativity to Dr. Kolluri at Commencement on May 16, 2004.
Dr. Kolluri has presented papers in many professional organizations including American Economic Association, Econometric Society Meetings and others. He was invited to deliver an address during the Inaugural session of the 2nd International Conference on India 2020, Vision for the Financial Sector, Delhi, March 10-11, 2014. The address is on the topic, “The Anatomy of the 2007-09 U.S. Great Recession, Policy Responses, and the impact on Emerging Markets”, jointly written with Prof. Kamal. His current research activity deals with Interest Elasticity of Savings among US households, Stock Returns and Expected Inflation during the recent period of disinflation 2009-2017, across major global stock markets. At present, he is expanding his areas of teaching interests to Business Analytics.
Session VIII: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
11:30 am – 1:00 pm (Saturday)
11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Saturday)
12:00 pm– 12:30 pm (Saturday)
12:30 – 1:00 pm (Saturday)
Session IX: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
2:30 pm – 4:00 pm (Saturday)
2:30 – 3:00 (Saturday)
3:00 – 3:30 (Saturday)
Daniela America da Silva
Electronic and Computing Engineering Department
Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology (ITA)
São José dos Campos – SP, Brazil
Daniela América da Silva is a PhD Candidate at the Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology, in São José dos Campos, São Paulo, Brazil. She earned a Master in Information Technology at The University of Melbourne, Australia, and has published conference papers in the field of Computing Engineering applied to Health Care. Daniela has done academic projects at the Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology, presenting results to allow extend cooperation with universities and/or industry, in order to obtain academic projects selection aligned with up-to-date market needs. Her research interests include Software Testing, Machine Learning, Big Data, Blockchain, Agile, Value Engineering, Collaborative and Interdisciplinary Problem Based Learning (Co-IPBL) applied to projects in health care domain
Her recent academic projects are: Technological Solutions Applicable for Health Care, Technological Solutions Applicable for Health Care in Real Time, and Technological Solutions Applicable for Managing Ostensive Hospital Information with Big Data that was a Co-IPBL experience with the participation of a medical technical team from the Hospital of Clinics at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo
Presentation title: Problem-Based Learning Approach to develop Academic Projects and address the Complexities of applying new technologies in Health Care
In health care, combating waste is an emerging issue as clinicians face the complexities of current patient care requiring to apply new technologies as also collaborate with professionals from engineering and computer science background. Answering to that call, at the Brazilian Aeronautics Institute of Technology (Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica – ITA), a successful Collaborative Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning (Co-IPBL) experience took place, for conceptualizing, modeling, developing, and testing a Computer System applied to Health Care domain. The experience involves working with Engineering undergraduate and graduate students in 3 different courses within just 16 academic weeks, for academic projects based on Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Embedded Software Systems, Blockchain, Micro-services and other emerging technologies. This presentation describes a practical application of interdisciplinary concepts, by using the agile method and started in 2014, having focused in Healthcare from 2017, and with the participation of a medical technical team from the Hospital of Clinics at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo in 2018. The purpose of this presentation is to share the learnings and results of this academic experience and seek input from colleagues and participants with the hope of improving future projects aligned with up-to-date market needs
3:30 – 4:00 (Saturday)
Mohammad A Rahman, Ph.D.
Dr. Mohammad Anwar Rahman is a faculty at the Central Connecticut State University in Manufacturing and Construction Management. He has published papers in referred journals and presented results in conferences. His research focuses on logistics, supply chain management, stochastic process and designing quality procedure. Dr. Rahman conducted several research projects with Mississippi Dept. of Education (MDE) and US Dept. of Transportation (USDOT). He has various certifications including Lean Six Sigma Green Belt (Purdue University), Lean Principles (Purdue University), Demonstrated Master Logistician (The International Society of Logistics), Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award Examiner (Louisiana Quality Foundation), and Certified Transportation & Logistics (American Society of Transport & Logistics). Dr. Rahman is affiliated with ISERC, DSI, AST&L and IEOM.
Session X: Global Engineering Education (Room – 1)
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm (Saturday)
4:30 – 5:00 (Saturday)
5:00 – 5:30 (Saturday)
5:30 – 6:00 (Saturday)
Past Programs of IEOM Global Engineering Education
- 2014 IEOM Bali Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Dubai Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Orlando Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Kuala Lumpur Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Detroit Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2017 IEOM Rabat Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2017 IEOM Bristol (UK) GEE
- 2017 IEOM Bogota GEE
- 2018 IEOM Bandung GEE
- 2018 IEOM Paris GEE
- 2018 IEOM Washington DC GEE
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- Dr. Jinwoo Park
- Prof. Don Reimer
- Dr. Hongyi Sun
- Dr. Ilham Kissani
- Dr. Eugene Rex Jalao
- Dr. Gulnara Abitova
- Dr. James Chen
- Dr. FJ Kahlen
- Dr. Erik Sundin
- Dr. Abdul Hakim Halim
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