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Establlished in 1947, UT’s Industrial and Systems Engineering department offers Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and Doctoral degrees in Industrial & Systems Engineering. A Master of Science degree and a Doctoral degree with a concentration in Engineering Management are available through the distance education provided by the department. Our faculty is internationally recognized for excellence in research and teaching, and our advanced research is enhanced by close ties with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Y-12 Nuclear Security Complex. The Department actively interacts with many on-campus centers, including the Reliability and Maintainability Center, the Center for Transportation Research, the state’s Institute for Public Service, the Institute for a Secure and Sustainable Environment, and many others.

 


California’s Secretary of Transportation, Dr. Toks Omishakin, will give a talk on March 1, 3pm, in 500 Tickle; the talk is sponsored by three programs closely associated with Tickle College of Engineering:

 

  • Center for Freight Transportation for Efficient & Resilient Supply Chain (FERSC)
  • Center for Transportation Research (CTR)
  • Institute for a Secure & Sustainable Environment (ISSE)

The talk is titled Supply Chain California—The Next Frontier

Topics:

The California economy and landscape

California’s Transportation ‘Core 4’

Foundation of Freight in CA (Ports, Trucks, Rail, Air)

United States Freight Industry (and the Tennessee impact)

2021 Supply Chain Crisis

Can freight growth help California achieve broader policy goals?

Future of Freight

Dr. Omishakin is a Knoxville native and earned his PhD here in Industrial Engineering. He will be inducted into the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering Hall of Fame in April.