Viterbi School of Engineering
Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Gerontology Center 240
FAX: (213) 740-1120
Chair: Julia L. Higle, Ph.D.
Daniel J. Epstein Chair in Industrial and Systems Engineering: Sheldon M. Ross, Ph.D.
IBM Chair in Engineering Management: F. Stan Settles, Ph.D. (Astronautical Engineering)
Gordon S. Marshall Early Career Chair in Engineering: Qiang Huang, Ph.D.
David Packard Chair in Manufacturing Engineering: Stephen C-Y Lu, Ph.D. (Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science)
Professors: Maged Dessouky, Ph.D.*; Randolph Hall, Ph.D.; Carl F. Kesselman, Ph.D. (Computer Science); Behrokh Khoshnevis, Ph.D. (Civil and Environmental Engineering; Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering); Najmedin Meshkati, Ph.D. (Civil and Environmental Engineering)*; James E. Moore II, Ph.D. (Civil and Environmental Engineering; Public Policy); Suvrajeet Sen (Electrical Engineering; Computer Science); Detlof von Winterfeldt (Public Policy)
Associate Professors: Yong Chen, Ph.D.; Qiang Huang, Ph.D.; Mansour Rahimi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors: Alejandro Toriello, Ph.D.; Shinyi Wu, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professors: Paul J. Kern; Michael Mann, Ph.D.
Adjunct Associate Professors: Tasos Sioukas, Ph.D.; Marilee Wheaton
Research Professors: Yigal Arens, Ph.D.; Wanda M. Austin, Ph.D.; Malcolm Currie, Ph.D.; Mohamed I. Dessouky, Ph.D.; Stephen C. Hora, Ph.D. (Public Policy)
Research Associate Professor: Fernando Ordoñez, Ph.D. (Computer Science)
Research Assistant Professors: Jo Ann Lane, Ph.D.; Greg Placencia, Ph.D.
Professor of the Practice of Industrial and Systems Engineering: George Friedman, Ph.D.; Azad Madni, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of the Practice of Industrial and Systems Engineering: Geza Bottlik, Engineer, P.E.; Kurt Palmer, Ph.D.*
Senior Lecturers: Nitin Kale, M.S. (Information Technology Program); Dana Sherman, Esq. (Civil and Environmental Engineering); Richard Vawter, M.S. (Information Technology Program)
Emeritus Professors: Gerald A. Fleischer, Ph.D., P.E.; Homer H. Grant, M.S.; Ralph Keeney, Ph.D. (Information and Operations Management); Gerald Nadler, Ph.D., P.E.; Peter Will, Ph.D. (Astronautical Engineering, Chemical Engineering)
Alpha Pi Mu
Alpha Pi Mu is the industrial engineering honor society. Qualifications for election are: juniors in the upper one-fifth of their class; seniors in the upper one-third of their class; master’s degree students who have completed at least one-third of the courses required for their degree and rank among the top 10 students in all ISE master’s degree programs; and doctoral students recommended by the department chair. The adviser is Kurt Palmer, Associate Professor of the Practice of Industrial and Systems Engineering, (213) 740-5960.
Omega Rho is the operations research honor society to recognize academic excellence in operations research and encourage study of operations research, management science and closely associated disciplines. Election is by nomination only during the spring semester. The adviser is Alejandro Toriello, Professor, (213) 740-4891.