Industrial Engineering
 

Senior Design Projects

Industrial Engineering's Senior Design Projects present a unique and significant opportunity for our students as well as for companies in the Pacific Northwest. Student teams are assigned to investigate selected company-proposed problems. The goals of the course are to educate students in professional practice and disseminate new information to local industry.

Students apply their knowledge of industrial engineering by defining the problem, collecting data, and proposing solutions in a real-world environment. Oral and written reports cover the investigation and conclusions reached.

The projects culminate in a reception preceded by a competition among student teams, at which time they are judged by a panel of industry representatives and IE faculty. Senior Design Projects are organized under the course heading of IND E 495. For more information, please contact Professor Richard Storch.


2006 Senior Design Competition
June 2, 2006
Husky Union Building

Seven Senior Design teams recently presented their projects in a poster session and were judged by a group of industry representatives. The Boeing 1 design team won first place and a $1000 prize. Students on the Boeing team included Jasmine Lim, Oliver Madayag, Paul Marshall, Collin Seabourne, and Joanne Yang. They are pictured above.


Laser Cutters Northwest Team wins second place and poses with Dr. Storch. Team members included Sylvia Tjeng, Caroline Caroline, Brian Lee, Benjamin Hugues, and Sabrina Lim.

The UW Radiology Team smiles for the camera. The team included Trey Maddox, Annie Wang, Nick Bogert, Mike Carney and Michael Francis.

Professor Storch announces the 2006 senior design winners.

Koinonia Smoked Foods (KSF) worked hard to implement lean manufacturing techniques for a smoked meat plant. Team members pictured are Herman Steiniger, Chi Cho, Roll Jean Cheng and Thien-Huong Nguyen.

The UPS team improved distribution and logistics management for the package company. Team members included Meryana Liong, Xiao Jiong Ong, Marizka Cindy, Yukimune Kawamatsu and Ryan Feskens.

The Boeing 1 team celebrates after hearing they are the winners!

The Boeing 2 team gives their best mug shot for the camera. Group included Gregory Uratsu, David Prestin, Justin Knowles, Andrew Lyle and Anna Tonkonogui