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Welcome to Industrial & Systems Engineering!

Why Industrial & Systems Engineering?

As an industrial engineer, your job and career choices are limited only by your imagination. If there is a better way, IEs are the ones who find it. Learn more >>

Why ISE at the University of Washington? 

If you have a keen sense of curiosity, a passion for solving problems, a desire to make a difference, and a willingness to work hard, ISE at the UW may be for you. Learn more >>

What Makes ISE so Interesting?  

What is Industrial & Systems Engineering?  Where do Industrial Engineers get jobs?  What classes would you take in ISE?  Where do UW graduates with ISE degrees go? - a power point presentation by ISE Professor Linda Ng Boyle.  Learn more>>

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News & Events

INDE 591 Seminar Series Schedule

Industrial & Systems Engineering is hosting a series of seminars this quarter.  On Tuesday, October 13, 2015, our speaker is UW ISE Professor and Chair, Linda Ng Boyle.  She will discuss “Modeling the effects of drivers’ adaptive behavior on system safety.”  Her talk will take place at 1:30 p.m. in MEB 235.

Welcome Assistant Professor Ashis Banerjee!

ISE welcomes our newest faculty member, Ashis Banerjee!  Assistant Professor Banerjee will be joining us starting this Fall Quarter.  He holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and worked as a Research Scientist in the Complex Systems Engineering Laboratory at GE.  We are very excited to have him join our department along with Mechanical Engineering!

Welcome to the new school year, students!

ISE's Chair, Linda Ng Boyle welcomes back our students to the new school year and the start of Fall Quarter!  We are excited to see our students again and meet some new faces.

ISE Mourns Loss of Professor Benita Beamon

Professor Benita Beamon lost her battle with cancer on November 29, 2014.  She will be missed and remembered fondly.  An Endowment Fund for students has been established in her honor.