Grant & Funding - Industrial & Systems Engineering - Bagley College of Engineering

Industrial and Systems Engineering’s Kang awarded National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program

April 23, 2024

MSU Bagley College of Engineering proposal funded by the USDA

October 7, 2022

2019 ISE Spring Newsletter

May 16, 2019

Congratulations to Sandra, Lesley, and Hugh on their cross-college grant awards

Congratulations to Sandra, Lesley, and Hugh on their award associated with the cross-college grant program. • Sandra Eksioglu, industrial and systems engineering, “Year 2: Energy Institute Working Group.” • Lesley Strawderman, industrial and systems engineering, “Transportation Safety.” • Hugh Medal, industrial and systems engineering, “Mitigating the Effects of Wildfires by Efficiently Allocating Fuels Treatment Resources.”

December 4, 2013

DOT awards a Tier 1 UTC to ISE

Dr. Burak Eksioglu, Associate Professor of Industrial and System Engineering, has been awarded a $3.5M grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to establish a Tier 1 University Transportation Center (UTC). After a very competitive selection process, USDOT awarded ten Tier 1 UTCs, each of which will try to advance U.S. technology and expertise…

April 30, 2012

New Cage Washer Helps Work Flow

By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE – Mississippi State University engineering students helped analyze work flow and equipment performance to document the need for new animal cage washing facilities, which were paid for by a federal grant of nearly $300,000. Lucy Senter, director of Laboratory Animal Resources and the university veterinarian for MSU,…

September 21, 2010

ISE and CAVS Helping to Improve Prospective Automotive Plant Sites

Professors Burak Eksioglu, Sandra Eksioglu, and Mingzhou Jin of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) are Co-Principal Investigators with Clay Walden and Steve Puryear from CAVS Extension of a $131,000 grant from the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT). Their goal is to assist MDOT with preliminary site planning for prospective automotive manufacturing plants….

August 27, 2007

ISE and CAVS Helping Iowa to Build Virtual Soldier

Dr. Kari Babski-Reeves, Assistant Professor of ISE, is co-principal investigator on a project entitled “Validation of Optimization-Based Formulations and Performance of Dynamic Human Models: A comparison of real and simulated design assessments”. This $1.2 million CAVS initiated project is being performed in conjunction with the University of Iowa’s Virtual Soldier Research program for the U.S….

July 6, 2007

ISE Professors Determine True Value of Outsourcing

Dr. Burak Eksioglu, Assistant Professor of ISE, is principal investigator of a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to study aspects of the furniture industry in Mississippi. The $62,000 grant was facilitated by MSU’s Franklin Furniture Institute directed by Dr. Steve Taylor. Dr. Eksioglu and co-principal investigators Dr. Jilei Zhang from Forest Products, and…

June 29, 2007

MSU Helping to Secure Electric Power Grid

Professor Kari Babski-Reeves of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) is a Co-Principal Investigator for a $588,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security. The Principal Investigator for the project is Professor Nick Younan of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). Other Co-Principal Investigators include ECE Professors Noel Schulz and Roger…

November 1, 2006