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  1. Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences Industrial Engineering Program 18 September 2008

  2. Profile 11 Faculty members 6 PhD students 22 MS students 276 Undergraduate (Junior + Senior) students

  3. Gündüz Ulusoy • Project and machine scheduling • Evolutionary algorithms • Innovation and manufacturing strategy development • Competitiveness (PhD Virginia Tech, joined in Sept1999)

  4. Bülent Çatay • Production planning • Transportation and logistics systems • Applied optimization (PhD Univ of Florida, joined in July 2000)

  5. Tonguç Ünlüyurt • Applications of combinatorial optimization in logistics, telecommunications and manufacturing systems • Sequential testing (PhD Rutgers University, joined in Aug 2000)

  6. Erhan Budak • Modeling, monitoring and control of manufacturing processes and equipment • High performance/precision machining • Machine dynamics (PhD Univ of British Columbia, joined in Sept2000)

  7. Gürdal Ertek • Warehousing and material handling • Information visualization • Data mining • Supply chain planning • Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) (PhD Georgia Tech,joined in May 2002)

  8. Kemal Kılıç • Knowledge discovery, data analysis and pattern recognition • Decision Support Systems • Innovation Dynamics • Bioinformatics (PhD Univ of Toronto, joined in Sept 2002)

  9. Kerem Bülbül • Optimization Problems in Wireless Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks • Airline Crew Scheduling • Modeling and Analysis of Scheduling Systems • Logistics (PhD Univ of California at Berkeley, joined in Sept 2003)

  10. Ș. İlker Birbil • Nonlinear programming and global optimization • Large scale mathematical programming • Equilibrium constrained optimization problems • Lot sizing and replenishment in production (PhD North Carolina State Univ, joined in Sept 2004)

  11. Nilay Noyan • Decision Making under Uncertainty • Stochastic Programming • Financial Optimization • Risk Measures (PhD Rutgers University, joined in Sept 2006)

  12. Güvenç Şahin • Network Flows, Integer Programming • Transportation Logistics, Railroad Planning • Machine Scheduling, Facility Location (PhD Univ of Florida, joined in Sept 2006)

  13. Murat Kaya • Supply chain contracting • Production planning and control • Game theory and behavioral economics applications in supply chain management (PhD Stanford University, joined in January 2007)

  14. Laboratories • Manufacturing Systems Laboratory • Decision Support Systems and Optimization Laboratory • Precision Measurement and Reverse Engineering Laboratory • Manufacturing Automation Laboratory

  15. Publications in SCI 2007 Faculty : 11 Articles : ~17 Ratio : ~1.55

  16. Cooperation with Industry Cooperation within the framework of the “TÜSİAD-Sabancı University Competitiveness Forum” (www.ref.sabanciuniv.edu) Cooperation within the framework of the “Leaders for Industry (LFI) Program” Industrial projects Senior projects

  17. TÜSİAD-Sabancı University Competitiveness Forum Reports 2006

  18. Sponsored Research PLANNING / OPTIMIZATION • Factory Layout Planning and Process Reengineering • Decision Support System for Inventory Management of Automobile Spare Parts Supply Chain • Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Based Manufacturing Monitoring and Analysis System • Decision Support System for Packaging of an Automobile Spare Parts Warehouse • Crew Pairing for Airline Industry • Decision Support Systems for Waste Collection in İstanbul • Emergency Medical Service and Ambulance Planning in İstanbul • Optimization of Marine Transportation Network of Istanbul • Developing Evacuation Strategies After a Disaster • Planning of New Fire Brigade Locations in İstanbul

  19. Sponsored Research MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND EQUIPMENT • High Speed Machining of High Temperature Aerospace Materials (Ti and Ni Alloys) Using Advance Tool Materials • Intelligent Machining Process Development • Modelling of Machine Tool Dynamics to Predict and Improve Process Stability • Modeling and Optimization of 5 Axis Milling Processes • Implementation of Modern Product Development, Prototyping, Manufacturing and Production Simulation Methods in Turkish SMEs (pilot project) • Artificial Heart Pump Development

  20. Sponsored Research INNOVATION AND MANUFACTURING STRATEGIES • Risk Analysis in R&D Management • Competitiveness Strategies and Business Excellence in the Machine Manufacturing Sector in Turkey • Project Analysis and Development Methodology in Computer Software Design • Strategy Development for SMEs in Clusters • Innovation Models and Applications in Manufacturing Firms

  21. Sponsor Institutions • Logo Business Solutions (LBS) • Association of Machine Manufacturers (MİB) • Turkish Technology Development Foundation (TTGV) • Turkish Industrialists’ and Businessmen’s Association (TÜSİAD) • TÜBİTAK • General Electric Marmara Technology Center • Teksan Jeneratör • Siemens MED • European Commission Leonardo da Vinci Program • Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality • TEMSA • EU Business Development Center (Kocaeli)

  22. Some Projects @ LFI Program • Modeling process costs in tire cord fabric manufacturing • Measuring the impact of inbound logistics • Structuring and calculating supply chain management costs and performance metrics for an automobile manufacturer • System dynamic modeling of Siemens MED • Inventory planning and supply chain management • Reengineering of sourcing and logistics • Business process modeling • Design of TOFAŞ spare parts inventory management • Third party logistics provider selection process • Improvement of stocking areas and material handling at thebrisa finished goods warehouse

  23. Courses Offered in Fall 2008 • Required courses • IE 501 Linear Programming & Extensions - İlker Birbil • IE 551 Grad. Seminar I (or IE 552 Grad. Seminar II - Spring) • Core Electives • ENS 505 Methods of Statistical Inference - Nilay Noyan • IE 512 Graph Theory&Network Flows - TonguçÜnlüyurt • IE 553 Facility Design&Analysis - Bülent Çatay • IE 580 Special Topics in IE I - Gündüz Ulusoy • IE 680 Selected Topics in IEI - İlker Birbil • Potential Area Electives • MS 412 Financial Engineering - Ali Rana Atılgan • BIO 511 Advanced Bioinformatics - Serkan Mehmet Apaydın • CS 525 Data Mining - Yücel Saygın

  24. Performance Evaluation • Performance of a graduate student is his/her academic performance measured through his/her Grade Point Average (GPA) and teaching assistantship (TA) performance measured through student evaluations and evaluation by the course instructor. • Academic Performance • If 3.50>GPA≥3.00, then no measure is taken as a result of the academic performance. • If GPA≥3.50, then an upgrade in the TA assignment might be made, if the student is not already at the highest level of scholarship. • If GPA<3.00, then a downgrading in the TA assignment of the student is considered. • Teaching Assistantship Performance The TA performance of each graduate student with a TA assignment is evaluated in a joint meeting of the Faculty and a decision is reached, which together with the academic performance of the student might contribute to an upgrading or downgrading of the TA assignment.

  25. WISH YOU ALL THE BEST IN YOUR GRADUATE STUDY AT SABANCI UNIVERSITY QUESTIONS??