IEOM Global Engineering Education
July 26-27, 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 past IEOM conferences, IEOM 2018 Paris Conference will have a dedicated session for the Global Engineering Education where distinguished speakers will discuss the readiness of engineering graduates for workforce around the world. Twenty four featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address engineering education challenges and opportunities.
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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
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS – Global Engineering Education
Session I: Global Engineering Education
8:00 – 9:30 am (Thursday) – Room 1
8:00 – 8:30 (Thursday)
Dr. Christoph Wunck
Professor, Business Information Systems, Industrial Engineering
Jade University, Wilhelmshaven, Germany
OFFIS Institute for Information Technology, Oldenburg, Germany
Department of Computer Science, Iowa State University, Ames, USA
IT Skills Development for Graduate Students in Industrial Engineering
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. Dr. Wunck is a scientific director at OFFIS Institute for Information Technology in Oldenburg, Germany. He has been appointed Affiliate Professor of Computer Science at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, USA.
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, IISE, INFORMS, ISCA, ISACA and VDI.
8:30 – 9:00 (Thursday)
Dr. Özlem Şenvar
Department of Industrial Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
Sustainability assessments in energy management AND/OR Life cycle assessment and life cycle impact assessments
Dr. Ozlem Senvar is an Associate Professor in Department of Industrial Engineering at Marmara University. She was officially granted (Ref. 2013/ 327-350) by European Commission and worked as post doctorant in Laboratoired’ Optimisationdes Systemes Industriels (LOSI), Institut Charles Delaunay (ICD), Université de Technologie de Troyes in France. She holds PhD degree in Industrial Engineering, M.Sc. degree in Quality Engineering and BSc degree in Statistics and Computer Sciences. She has been author of international peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, and conference papers.
9:00 – 9:30 (Tuesday)
Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh
Mohammad Abdullah Shaikh is a PhD candidate in Faculty of Science, Engineering and Built Environment at Deakin University Melbourne. His area of research is modelling and integration of sustainable systems under human change. He has done his Masters Degree from Istanbul Sehir University (City University of Istanbul) in Industrial and Systems Engineering. As part of his master’s thesis, he developed a framework to calculate Energy-Water nexus of Electricity generation in Turkey and used statistical model to predict the water usage due to energy consumption till 2030. He has also worked on Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) Model during his undergrad degree. He hold a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. Mr. Shaikh has a industrial exposure of working in Automotive sector in Pakistan for two years. He has been involved in various optimization and line balancing projects. His interests manoeuvre over topics related to Sustainability, Optimization, Scenario Analysis, Integrated Modelling, Supply Chain Management, and Optimization.
Session II: Global Engineering Education
11:30 am – 1:00 pm (Thursday) – Room 1
11:30 – 12:00 (Thursday)
Dr. Matteo Mario Savino
University of Sannio
Matteo Mario Savino got his Ph.D. Industrial Operations at University of Naples, Italy. Actually he is Professor of Industrial Operations and Production Systems at University of Sannio, Benevento. He is the head of the Centre on Production, Reliability and Industrial Management Engineering. He manages national industry-based and EU funded projects on Operations Management. He has been Guest Editor of Special Issues on International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management, Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management and he is IJOQM Europe Editor. Actually Prof. Savino is in the Editorial Board of several peer reviewed international journal. He manages several research project funded and co-funded by European Commission and he is also in the National Quality Evaluators Panel for Universities and Research Centres. His main research interests are related to quantitative approaches for Quality and Environmental Management, Production and Supply Chain Management. His research works appeared on several peer-reviewed International Journals.
12:00 – 12:30 (Thursday)
Prof. Khumbulani Mpofu
Gibela Research Chair in Manufacturing and Skills Development
Professor – Industrial Engineering Department
Tshwane University of Technology (TUT)
Pretoria, South Africa
Engineering Education a Holistic Approach to Manufacturing Competitiveness through a Learning Factory
Prof Khumbulani Mpofu is the interim Gibela chair in manufacturing and skills development. He is an NRF rated researcher with unbridled passion for Industrial Engineering. Prof Mpofu’s research career began in 2004 at the completion of a five year qualification with a design project that he carried out for his Bachelor of Engineering Honours degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. This project had both design elements and also an exploratory research aspects. In 2005, he received an offer to be a lecturer in a Bachelor of Technology programme, where he was responsible for computer related courses. He then enrolled for a postgraduate course which had a 50% research component.
During his Master’s studies he gained keen interest on the computer aspects of the manufacturing industry. He was also involved in a Cleaner Production project at the manufacturing site of an airport component production and maintenance unit. He also pursued a research project in 2006, focusing on small to medium enterprise wood manufacturing companies and how they can reduce their environmental impact by collating their efforts with a clustering approach. Prof Mpofu enrolled for a Doctor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering at TUT in 2007, where he designed a Knowledge Based System for Reconfigurable Manufacturing. Between 2004 and 2011, Prof Mpofu was exposed to a range of other manufacturing challenges in; for example, manufacturing maintenance, importance of environmental conscious manufacturing, the advanced manufacturing technologies, from the mechanical, and control design to information system application in manufacturing.
Prof Mpofu has reviewed papers for various conferences including the CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems, CIRP Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing, Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing conference, Southern African Institute of Industrial Engineers Conference, Zimbabwe Institute of Engineers, International Conference on Appropriate Technology, Symposium on Mechatronics and Robotics, Botswana Institute of Engineers Conference, Conference on Mechatronics and Machine Vision, Hybrid and Intelligent Systems and the International Federation on Automatic Conference, CIRP Global Conference on Manufacturing. In 2008, he chaired the much acclaimed session at the International Conference on CADCAM and Robotics and Factories of the Future, he also participated in the CIRP General Assembly local organising committee in 2015 held in Cape Town, South Africa. He also serves on the CIRP Global Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing.
He has also reviewed numerous journals such as the Taylor and Francis Journal of Production Research, Elsevier Journal of Manufacturing Systems, the Emerald Design and Technology Journal, Engineering Optimization and the Proceedings of the Zimbabwe Institute of Engineers Journal. Currently, the Head of Department for the Industrial Engineering department, Prof Mpofu represented his faculty at the Research and Ethics Committee for a three year term and he spearheads the Innovative Design and Manufacturing research unit under the New Materials and Advanced Manufacturing niche area.
In addition to his many accolades, Prof Mpofu has received excellence awards at the institutional level as well as at the national level being one of the finalists in the DST awards for emerging researcher 2015. To date (2016), he has attracted in excess of R30 million corporately and individually for research activities. He has collaborators locally and internationally in France, Germany, Slovenia, Sweden, Slovenia, China and the United States of America. Until 2016, he had over 70 publications in conferences, journals and book chapters. Graduated two doctoral students and twelve masters students. Through his efforts and his team he, has registered 3 patents to date, which are at various stages for development for commercialisation.
Prof Mpofu’s field of expertise and research specialisation is Industrial Engineering with the focus on:
- Advanced manufacturing technologies
- Knowledge based systems
- Robotics applications in Manufacturing
Skills development is a challenge in the South African landscape, further skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics is a global problem. This chair will seek to be a catalyst in revitalising the rail commuter coach manufacturing focusing on engineering and the related sectors to propel rail as a preferred commuter transport mode. Technical skills, running of technical business and development of localised technologies will bring about a revamp of the contribution of manufacturing sector to the GDP and also result in sustainable employment and black owned Small, Micro & Medium Enterprise development.
12:30 – 1:00 (Thursday)
Dra. Ma. Ángeles Gómez Gavito
Directora Lean Advancement Initiative – México y Centro Lean Enterprise
Senior Lean Six Sigma Consultant & Black Belt
Dirección General de Internacionalización
Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla AC.
Piso, Barrio de Santiago, Puebla, Pue.
Dra. Gavito has 29 years of profesional experience and 26 years of academic experience. She has been consultant in Lean Six Sigma projects in worldwide industries like Volkswagen Mexico, Benteler Automotive, Rassini Breaks, Mead Johnson Nutrition, Gestamp Automotive, Volkswagen Bank, Bayer Pharmaceutical, Audi Mexico, Kayser Automotive, PWO Automotive, Schlemmer Automotive, Truck & Wheel, Clerprem Mexico, Flex&Gate, among others. Her interests are consolidate a cluster of organizations grouped by industry sectors that actively participates in a learning and collaborative network around the Lean Enterprise Philosophy, achieve considerable gains in their quality, costs and delivery indicators, creating value for all stakeholders. Foster competitiveness in manufacturing, service and government organizations, through the adoption and development of Lean Enterprise management tools and methodologies in their enterprise processes, thus increasing flexibility towards changes in the environment, improving their ability of innovation and continuous improvement, and creating a new business culture focused on value creation and a permanent pursuit of excellence. Dra. Gavito has been speaker in several congresses in Mexico, USA, Spain, Singapore, and Argentina. She has completed Doctor in Business Administration from Swiss Management Center University, Zug, Suiza and Master in Theory of Design, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico.
Session III: Global Engineering Education
2:30 – 4:00 pm (Thursday) – Room 1
2:30 – 3:00 (Thursday)
Assistant Professor in Industrial Systems Engineering
School of Engineering
University of Basilicata – Italy
Human Factor, Safety and Sustainability in the Industry 4.0 Era
FABIO FRUGGIERO graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Salerno with a dissertation about newly formed meta-heuristics for the industrial scheduling optimisation, 2004. His dissertation was for published work in the field of industrial optimization at the ICPR18 conference. He conducted his PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Salerno – Italy with a dissertation about Digital Factory Application from Manufacturing to Service Environment, 2008. Formerly, in 2008, He was post PhD student at the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Salerno with main topic of research: Operations Management Strategies for HealthCare optimisation.
Currently, he is Assistant Professor, and responsible of the area and lab, in Industrial Systems Engineering at the School of Engineering – Mechanical Engineering Area – of the University of Basilicata- Italy. He runs courses for both Industrial System Engineering and Operations Management. He works as referee for different International Journals (e.g., IJSOI, IJAMT, IJPR, CPPB, EIS, TPMR, TSMSI, IJEBM, UHSE, Cogent OA etc …) and the national minister of research. Track Chair for Human Factor and Ergonomics in IEOM – Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society – conferences. He is editor Of Cogent Engineering Journal and Industrial and Systems Engineering. Fabio has been engaged in the auto sector for both Human Factor analysis and Ergonomic research, scheduling optimization, production management. He has collaboration with firms of the production and service sector applying the results of his work to help multinational companies and SMEs to generate safety and Optimize services and profits.
He is acting as consultant to several major companies and patent initiatives (FCA, CRF, PintoTecno Srl, Metecno, Gallotta produzioni, M.I.p. Srl) . He is active in initiative for knowledge transfer to industry. He has been conducting research with Ryerson University – Canada; Cardiff School of Engineering – UK; Manchester University – UK; Cork Institute of Technology – IR; Universidad Politecnica de Madrid- Spain (performing lectures and research initiatives); University Of Technology of Troyes – France. His research’s activity encompassed the area of: Human Factor and Corporate Strategy; Industrial System Design Processes; Additive Manufacturing and Advanced Manufacturing; Simulation and Virtual modelling; Agent Based Modelling; Assembly Line Balancing; HealthCare Management and Clinical Risk Assessment; Scheduling and Optimisation; Safety and Risk analysis.
AWARDS and PRIZES: Winner: Best Practices for Innovation in 2001 – Industrial Requalification. Winner: Best Research award, ICMR07 – 5th International Conference on Manufacturing Research incorporating the 23rd National Conference on Manufacturing Research conference in Leicester, United Kingdom – 2007.
3:00 – 3:30 (Thursday)
Dr. Ilham Kissani
Engineering & Management Science
School of Science & Engineering
Al Akhawayn University
Dr. Ilham Kissani is an assistant professor in the field of engineering management for the School of Science and Engineering at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco. She has served as the main advisor and lead instructor for the undergraduate and MS programs in Engineering and Management Systems since 2010. She has helped create very close ties with the AUI School of Business Administration, which allows both schools to leverage our resources and deliver a greater diversity of courses to students, such as supply chain management and operations management. Her background is diverse and includes industrial experience as well as academic. Her degrees are from INSEA, Morocco (Engineer) and Université Laval, Canada (Master and Ph.D). She has worked with Royal Dutch Shell as a project manager and with Modellium Québec, where she consulted in logistics and supply chain issues. Additionally, Dr. Kissani contributes in research in supply chain management, planning, and operations research. She is a member of ASEM, IEEE, IEOM, IIE, and INFORMS.
3:30 – 4:00 (Thursday)
Dr. Funlade Sunmola, BEng (Hons), MSc, MA, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering
Manufacturing, Material and Biomedical Group
School of Engineering and Technology
University of Hertfordshire
Funlade is a Senior Lecturer in Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering, a member of the Manufacturing, Material and Biomedical group of the School of Engineering and Technology, University of Hertfordshire. He earned his first degree BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering at the Ahmadu Bello University Zaria. He obtained Masters Degrees (MSc) in Industrial Engineering from the University of Ibadan and MA in Accounting and Finance from Birmingham City University. He studied Manufacturing Engineering (MPhil) at the University of Birmingham and earned his PhD in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence and Robotics) also from the University of Birmingham.
Funlade has several years of professional industrial and academic experience in higher education teaching and learning, consultancy and management having worked in a variety of sectors including construction, manufacturing, software development houses, and the National Health Service (NHS) UK. His current research interests lie in manufacturing, engineering informatics, enterprise systems, processes and operations. He has been involved with various research projects in a diverse range of contexts, e.g. electronic monitoring systems, products, manufacturing and operations intelligence, benchmarking of manufacturing and service operations; business process improvements and service transformations; SC21 – Supply chains of the twenty-first century; sequential decision making and optimised learning, and various performance modelling studies. He is especially interested in advances related to industry 4.0, the applications of advanced computing, information and communication technologies. He has published academic papers, and acted as referee, in the subject area.
Funlade is a Prince2 Registered Practitioner – certified project manager.
Session VI: Global Engineering Education
4:30 – 6:00 pm (Thursday) – Room 1
4:30 – 5:00 (Thursday)
Liberal Arts Department
College of Engineering and Technology
American University of the Middle East – AUM
Industrial Engineering Department
College of Engineering and Technology
American University of the Middle East – AUM
Thinking ethics differently: challenges and opportunities for engineering education
The debate in social sciences in 21th century points out the importance of interdisciplinary approaches and the necessity of a paradigm shift. The turmoil caused by the recent transformations of the world questions the well-established analytical categories of humanities and social sciences. These old categories become an obstacle to the understanding of the contemporary society. In this world on move, the constant changing cultural values affect and shape practices and behaviors. Fashioned by the domination of sciences, technologies, and power, the expectations of social actors are not taken into account. In this context, the ethical awareness is progressively increased. Ethics is becoming a pivotal component of today’s society. The profound rupture between actors and systems entails the emergence of new ethical conscience and ethics. At an individual level, the new ethical values enable the actors to resist better against systems through choices, decisions and accountability. The recent industrial paradigm challenges the evolution of professional ethics in engineering and its relationship with engineers as social actors. Perceived as a social and cultural construct, ethics, according to sociologists, prepare engineers via education to face and cope with societal and professional changes. Thus, ethics contributes in shaping the new identity of engineers. In practice, how can engineers reconcile the universality of ethical principles with the particularism of the engineers as individuals, the organizational constraints of the company, and the societal expectations? Is an ethical global education for engineers the appropriate response to address the challenges of the new ethics of responsibility?
Keywords: Ethics; engineering education and ethics, engineering code of ethics
Carmen Pasca holds a PhD in Sociology from University Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2- France and has degrees in philosophy, history and sociology (Research-Master from EHESS- Paris). Her research interests and activities focused on Social Choice, Risk, and Decision making Theories and the Acceptability of Fairness and Responsibility axioms. Recently she has conducted experiments to elicit social preferences over income compensation schemes .With John D Hey and John Bone of York University they have been awarded a grant from the University of York to carry out a series of experiments into the impact of responsibility, effort and luck on distributional judgments. We (John Bone, John D. Hey and myself) are just about to embark on a new set of experiments adding a third dimension into the impact of responsibility, effort and luck on social judgements. Her papers include: (1) “Inferring Social Preferences Over Income Distributions through Axioms”; (2) “On choosing a Constitution (at least the part relating to the distribution of income)”; (3) “Are Revealed Intentions Possible?”. She is currently working on a new experiment designed to discover, inter alia, people’s trade-offs between mean income and income inequality.
Suat Kasap has degrees in electrical-electronics engineering and industrial engineering. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Oklahoma. His research interests are in human factors and ergonomics, occupational safety and health, work and process analysis, technology and innovation management, multi-criteria decision making, financial engineering, data mining, and modeling, analysis, and optimization of complex engineering problems. He has published in Journal of Global Optimization, Simulation, and International Journal of Applied Logistics, Topics in Health Information Management, Journal of History Culture and Art Research. He also authored five book chapters in Green Finance and Sustainability: Environmentally – Aware Business Models and Technologies, Development and Implementation of RFID Technology, Handbook of Applied Optimization, Encyclopedia of Optimization, Volume IV, Handbook of Combinatorial Optimization. He worked in four different Industrial Engineering Departments of the American University of Middle East, University of Turkish Aeronautics Association, Hacettepe University, and Çankaya University as an assistant professor. He has taught courses on Work Analysis and Design, Ergonomic Work Analysis, Cognitive Ergonomics Work Analysis, Technology and Innovation Management, Management of Information Systems, Introduction to Optimization and Modeling, Deterministic Models of Operation Research, Project Management, Multi-criteria Decision Making.
5:00 – 5:30 (Thursday)
Dr. Balan Sundarakani, B.Eng, M.Eng, PhD
Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management
Discipline Leader, MSc Logistics
Faculty of Business & Management
University of Wollongong
Big Data Driven Supply Chain Analytics
Dr. Balan Sundarakani is an Associate Professor and Discipline Leader for the Master of Science in Logistics program in the Faculty of Business at the University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD). Previously he was working as an Assistant Professor at UOWD. He has 12 years of teaching and research experience in the area of Supply Chain Management across the various universities including the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirappalli, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, Hindustan University, Chennai and the National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore and the Chair of Logistics Management in Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland.
He earned a B.Engg (Distinction) in Mechanical Engineering from M.S University and an M.Engg (High Distinction) in Industrial Engineering from the National Institute of Technology-Tiruchirappalli, a PhD in Supply Chain Management from the Indian Institute of Technology-Roorkee, India and a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship from the Logistics Institute Asia Pacific, NUS Singapore. He has completed research and consultancy projects for the UOW Dubai, EDB Singapore, IBM, DHL, Ministry of Defence Singapore, Dubai Trade, JAFZA, and RTA Dubai. The cumulative value of his research and consulting projects in Singapore was around $2 Million. Since joining UOWD, he has received five university funded research grants totaling AED 60,000.
Dr Sundarakani has published 92 research papers in the form of Refereed Journals: 28, Refereed Conferences: 37, Book Chapters: 12, Book: 1, Periodicals: 7, Industry Reports: 4, Case Study: 1 and Book Review: 2. His research outcomes have appeared in international Journals such as International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Technology Management, Computers In Industry, Journal of Advances in Management Research, International Journal of Logistics Systems Management, etc. and which are received many citations worldwide. He serves as a supervisor for a number of PhD/DBA candidates, examined six PhD theses and currently serving as a member of the PhD examination panels of three different Universities.
He has won “Research Excellence Award” on two occasions for his research performance at UOWD in 2010 & 2012, received the ‘Highly commended’ Teaching Excellence Award from UOWD in 2015, the ‘Best paper Award’ from IEOM, Bali, Indonesia in 2014, the RTA Appreciation (2012) from the Government of Dubai for sustainable transport strategies, Best Educator Award (2010) from ITP Middle East, ‘Gold medal for Best Case Study’ from IIIE in 2010 and, the prestigious A*Star Fellowship (2006) Singapore, MHRD Fellowship (2003) India, University Rank (2000) and College First Rank (1997-2000) India.
Dr. Sundarakani has previously served with the editorial board of Journal of Advances in Management Research, Emerald and also with the International Journal of Agile Systems and Management, Inderscience. He also serves as a regular reviewer for the EJOR, IJPR, IJPE, JAMR and SCM Journals. He is a member of the AIB (USA), ORSI (India), POMS (USA), EuROMA (UK) and INFORMS (USA). Currently he is on the “Supply Chain Asia’s” Executive Committee member in Singapore and the Executive Board member for SCLG Middle East in Dubai.
Dr Sundarakani is teaching students on both undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has been very successful in teaching the quantitative and modelling subjects with deep critical analysis and high level of academic engagement using relevant logistics industry cases and live demonstrations. The student’s evaluation of his teaching has been consistently very high and many students have admired his style of teaching in their feedback form. He was awarded ‘Highly commended’ Teaching Excellence Award from UOWD in 2015, nominee of (UOW Australia) Vice-Chancellors Award for Continuous Contribution to Teaching and Learning in 2016.
5:30 – 6:00 (Thursday)
Edly F. Ramly
Edly F. Ramly is a Certification Director for EFR Certification. He is renowned coach, auditor, consultant and trainer. With his excellent technical expert and interpersonal skills, he has conducted various high impact trainings and workshop in the area of operation management, industrial engineering, management system including quality, environment and occupational health and safety, workplace improvement, variation and waste reduction, and practical problem solving techniques including statistical tools. Apart from being trained as Lead Auditor in various management system, he is also qualified auditor for Automotive Industry ISO/TS 16949. During his service with Pera Neville Clarke, he is also tutor for QMS lead auditor course. His industrial experience was in the automotive industry. During his stayed with the TRW Automotive, he was tasked with the responsibility of promoting and implementing Lean and Six-Sigma within the Organization. Due to his extensive exposure in Lean and Six-Sigma Management System, he was invited by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) and Asia Productivity Organization (APO) to conduct public training in the area of Six-Sigma implementation and Lean Implementation. In 2014, he been awarded as one of Malaysia Productivity Specialist by Malaysia Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
Past Programs of IEOM Global Engineering Education
- 2018 IEOM Bandung, Indonesia
- 2017 IEOM Bogota, Colombia
- 2017 IEOM Bristol, UK
- 2017 IEOM Rabat Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Detroit Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2016 IEOM Kuala Lumpur Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Orlando Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2015 IEOM Dubai Global Engineering Education Speakers
- 2014 IEOM Bali Global Engineering Education Speakers
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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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