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Industrial Engineering Assistant Professor Alla Kammerdiner from the New Mexico State University College of Engineering is developing a wearable sensor technology that may alert older people when they are at risk of falling, enabling them to avoid serious injury.
Four professors from New Mexico State University are researching different approaches to sustainable energy, funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s BGreen, or the Building a Regional Energy and Educational Network, consortium.
Whether it’s four hours away in Tucson, Arizona, or at a military base halfway around the globe, students can earn industrial engineering graduate degrees at New Mexico State University.
Imagine going to the doctor’s office, seeing the doctor right away, and avoiding lengthy amounts of idle time in the waiting room.
Writer: Emilee Cantrell New Mexico State University’s industrial engineering associate professor and Department Head Edward Pines was recently named to the Board of Directors for Quality New Mexico. Pines has distinguished himself at the College of Engineering through his leadership and continual enhancements to the industrial engineering curriculum using concepts of quality improvement and assessment. Pines…
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Mauricio Garcia, an industrial engineering student recently named University Innovation Fellow, brought 3-Day Startup (3DS) to New Mexico State University, April 13, 15, 17 and 19.
Writer: Emilee Cantrell The National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter) named industrial engineering student Mauricio Garcia the first-ever University Innovation Fellow from New Mexico State University. Garcia recently visited the Silicon Valley to learn more about innovation and entrepreneurship and will become the newest member of a growing team of individuals who are…
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As the New Mexico State University College of Engineering gears up to celebrate National Engineers Week Feb. 16-22, the college is refining its focus to include not only sought-after engineering education, but also new areas of innovation and entrepreneurship, to better serve our graduates, industry and the State of New Mexico.
New Mexico State University Professor Dennis Engi spent most of July in Ethiopia conducting training that has the potential to significantly enhance the understanding of relationships among complex systems, policy portfolios and the quality of life of the citizenry of Ethiopia.