Academy of IEOM Fellows
Abdul Talib Bon, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia
Abdur Rahim, University of New Brunswick at Fredericton, Canada
Abu Masud, Wichita State University, USA
Bernardo Villarreal, Universidad de Monterrey, Mexico
Charles Mbohwa, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Eui Park, North Carolina A&T State University, USA
Hamid Parsaei, Texas A&M University (College Station) and Texas A&M University Qatar
Ilham Kissani, Al Akhawayn University, Morocco
Umar Al-Turki, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Hulas King, SIEMENS PLM, St. Louis Missouri, USA
Masaru Tezuka, Hitachi Solutions East Japan, Ltd., Japan
Professor Reimer, Lawrence Technological University, Michigan, USA
IEOM Fellows Operating Manual and the Selection Process
(A complete Manual will be available soon)
The membership in the Industrial Engineering and Operation Management (IEOM) Academy of Fellows signifies and recognizes individual from academia and industry who have demonstrated their deep dedication to industrial engineering and operations management profession and distinguished themselves by conducting theoretical and applied and research and successfully implementing proven industrial engineering and operations managements concepts to further improve the productivity of manufacturing and service industries and create jobs and career opportunities for betterment of mankind.
The IEOM Academy of Fellows has been established in 2017 to recognize outstanding leaders and innovators in the profession. The Fellow distinction is the highest level of membership created by the IEOM Board of Directors to recognize the academic and industry leaders for their original contribution to the profession both nationally and globally.
The designation of the Fellow is a life time recognition bestowed upon an individual and will be only taken away by the Board of Directors after review and official voting if a member becomes indicted as a result of investigation for financial wrong doing or criminal acts.
Responsibilities of the IEOM Academy of Fellows
The IEOM Fellows are distinguished member of the IEOM Society who are selected to hold the privileged title of Fellow for their past proven achievements. The members shall uphold the highest standards of ethics and professionalism and their conducts must truly display and align with the membership designation they hold. Members of the IEOM Academy of Fellows represent their profession and the IEOM Society. The members of the IEOM Academy of Fellows are expected to provide advice to the IEOM Board of Directors and the IEOM Global Council and use their professional experience and skills to promote industrial engineering and operations management both nationally and globally. The members of the IEOM Academy of Fellows are expected to propose and lead strategic objectives which could result in increasing membership and recognition of organization and its members worldwide.
Nomination Process to Become an IEOM Fellow
The criteria to become an IEOM Fellow are developed by the members of the Academy of Fellows and approved by the IEOM Global Council and Board of Directors. The criteria is intended to be revisited periodically and revised should the IEOM mission or its membership structures are changed.
An IEOM Academy of Fellows nominee
- Must be at least 40 years old
- Must be a member of the IEOM Society for a minimum of 5 consecutive years
- Nomination for a member to become an IEOM Fellow must be made by an existing IEOM Fellow.
Application and Nomination Process and Deadlines
To be available soon.
Conflict of Interest
Members of the IEOM Academy of Fellows Screening Committee are expected to be impartial and objective. The conflict of interest is defined as any situation in which the votes casted by members of the Screening Committee could substantially and directly affect that person’s professional and personal interests. Members of the Screening Committee shall be recused of cast votes for co-workers nominated for the IEOM Academy of Fellows from their institutions or companies. No comments either oral or in writing can be circulated among the members without the prior knowledge of the IEOM Chair of Academy of Fellows.
Newly elected fellows names are included in the annual conference brochure of the year they are honored. Any additional publicity of the elected fellows are at the discretion of the IEOM Global Council and the Board of Directors.