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  • Parata Senior Design Project
    Graduate People Faculty Staff Forms Contact Helpdesk Slideshows Calendars Seminars News that Matters Alumni Partners Outreach Home ISE News ISE Student Senior Design Team Highlighted in the Triangle Business Journal Student Senior Design Team Highlighted in the Triangle Business Journal May 13 2011 Brandon Gaster Kalli Hulse Ivey Starr Brian Cristobal Parata Dr Anita Vila Parrish ISE seniors Brandon Gaster Kalli Hulse and Ivey Starr spent this spring semester conducting their senior design project with their industry sponsor Durham based Parata Systems The project s objective was to develop and analyze a general simulation model of retail pharmacy operations in order to identify opportunities for efficiency gains In turn this model could be used by Parata to evaluate the benefits of their automated dispensing equipment in terms of resource utilization and capacity in the pharmacy Dr Anita Vila Parrish course instructor said this was a great opportunity for our students to use their engineering skills to impact how a real company does business The students presented their final results to many Parata employees including the CEO Tom Rhoads The project was recently highlighted in the Triangle Business Journal JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/news/parata-senior-design.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Access to Office Machine through RDP
    Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Software Resources How To Remotely Access your Office Computer How To Remotely Access your Office Computer If you are a student staff or faculty member that works on an ISE owned computer on campus you can request remote access permission by emailing isehelp ncsu edu If using RDP off campus you MUST connect to NCSU s virtual private network VPN to gain access to your remote machine Most operating systems have a remote access client and with Windows operating systems this client is called Remote Desktop Connection You can find this application by looking in the Accessories folder in your Start menu On Windows 7 Vista machines you can access this quicker by pressing the Windows key on your keyboard and then type Remote Desktop Connection A pop up like the image above will appear on your desktop Enter in the name of the PC you want to connect to preceded by our campus domain name WOLFTECH See pictures below Lastly you will see a pop up screen to verify the connection Click Yes to connect to the

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/documentation/rdp.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Guide to Formatting Large Poster Printing
    Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Software Resources Guide to Formatting Large Poster Printing Guide to Formatting Large Poster Printing For certain projects and events you may be required to submit display a large format poster In Daniels 477 we have a large format printer that students and faculty may submit their posters to by sending the poster as an attachment to isehelp ncsu edu Please give us the courtesy of submitting posters two business days before you need the poster printed We recommend sending the posters as either a PowerPoint or PDF format All posters should be designed as 48 inches by 36 inches or 36 inches by 24 inches See the following picture Most staff and faculty are most comfortable designing the poster in Microsot PowerPoint To correctly size your poster in Powerpoint you must click on the Design tab on the Ribbon bar and then click the Page Setup button See following picture A diaglog box will appear like the picture below This is where you size your poster Again we recommend 48 inches by 36 inches If you want to use the ISE logo please be sure to use a quality image Remember that when you resize a JPG image distortion will occur which leads to the poster being printed with a fuzzy looking image We have a large version of the ISE department s logo on our software downloads page You can find large versions of NCSU s logo from the NCSU Print Guidelines page Again please submit all posters to isehelp ncsu edu Please give us the courtesy of submitting posters two business days before you need the poster printed JOIN inGear online

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/documentation/poster-guide.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Using NCSU Google Mail account with an email client
    Helpdesk Calendars Seminars inGear online Alumni Giving Alumni Association Update Contact Info Alumni Scholarships Distinguished Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Future Students F A Q BSIE Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Software Resources Using NCSU Google Mail Account with an Email Client Using NCSU Google Mail Account with an Email Client We highly recommend using the web interface for accessing your NCSU Google Mail account so that you have full functionality to the Google Apps interface which allows you to access your calendar documents and chats However if you prefer to use an email client this page will assist you with configuring Mozilla Thunderbird v 3 1 9 and Microsoft Outlook 2010 JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Senior Design WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/documentation/email-client.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Syncing your iPad and Google Apps
    Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Future Students F A Q BSIE Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Processes Lab WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Software Resources Syncing your iPad and Google Apps Syncing your iPad and Google Apps Step One First open your settings application Press the Mail Contacts Calendars tab Press Add Account Step Two Press Microsoft Exchange Step Three You will be prompted for your credentials Enter in your credentials using your fully unityid ncsu edu Give the account whatever description you feel is most appropriate Press Next Step Four A new field labelled Server will now appear Enter m google com as the server name Press Next Step Five A new screen will appear prompting you for what features you want to sync Toggle on for the features you want Here all are enabled Press Save to finish the sync JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/documentation/sync-ipad-and-google-apps.php (2016-04-25)
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  • ABET Planning Documents
    Graduates 5 years or less since BS Recognized Outstanding Program Graduates Representatives of Key Constituencies Undergraduate Students 1 Exit interviews with graduating seniors conducted by Department Head or designate 2 Undergraduate course evaluation forms 3 Officers of the student chapters of Institute of Industrial Engineers Alpha Pi Mu honor society and Furniture Club and 4 Interviews of undergraduate students selected at random during preregistration advising Faculty 1 Faculty members actively involved with the undergraduate program 2 Monthly departmental faculty meetings of entire faculty and 3 Departmental Undergraduate Curriculum ABET coordinating committee Employers 1 Key employers of program graduates 2 Industrial sponsors of IE 498 Senior Design Project course and 3 Departmental Industrial Advisory Committee Recent Program Graduates 1 IE 498 Senior Design Project sponsors 2 Recruiters of program graduates who conduct on campus interviews and or Career Fairs and 3 Survey of graduates conducted by NCSU Recognized Outstanding Alumni 1 Those alumni receiving departmental college and or university awards and 2 Departmental Industrial Advisory Committee Guest Lecturers and or Department Guests Process for Generating Program Educational Objectives ABET efforts in IE are coordinated by Clarence Smith Assistant Head of the Department Working with Mike Carter of the Department of English along with IE faculty members Henry Nuttle Gary Mirka Thom Hodgson and Jim Taylor we developed a first draft 03 09 00 of the Program Educational Objectives that served as a working document At Spring 2000 monthly faculty meetings ongoing discussions were held concerning the college wide ABET activities The faculty reviewed and commented on the draft document by email and several iterations were completed Review by our undergraduate students visiting professionals and undergraduate project sponsors was initiated this spring Formal review by the other key constituencies will occur in the fall of 2000 Plan for Maintenance of Program Educational

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/undergraduate/abet/planning-documents.php (2016-04-25)
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  • ISE Objectives
    of time and cost Contributing meaningfully to team efforts in the workplace understanding the economic societal and ethical impacts of their decisions and communicating effectively with all stakeholders in these decisions and Adapting to changes in technology and our global society over the course of their professional lives by continuous learning through varied work assignments advanced degrees professional training programs and independent study The Program Educational Objectives have been developed with close attention to their consistency with and support of the declared missions of the Department College and University The relationship between the PEOs and these various missions is illustrated in the table below Engineering problem definition and solution System product and process design Productive engineering practice research leadership or management Continuing formal and informal education University Mission Statement Enhancing its historic strengths in agriculture science and engineering mastery of fundamentals intellectual discipline creativity problem solving and responsibility intellectual cultural social economic and technological development within the state the nation and the world North Carolina State University provides leadership for intellectual cultural social economic and technological development within the state the nation and the world the active integration of teaching research extension and engagement College Mission Statement empowering significant advances in technology empowering significant advances in technology driving economic development for the welfare of the state the nation and the world leads discovery learning and innovation by creating and disseminating knowledge Department Mission Statement To educate students in a broad range of areas that include engineering design physical as well as engineering sciences mathematics and the analytical problem solving skills necessary to the successful practice of industrial engineering To educate students in a broad range of areas that include engineering design physical as well as engineering sciences mathematics and the analytical problem solving skills necessary to the successful practice of

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/undergraduate/abet/peo.php (2016-04-25)
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  • ISE Program Outcomes
    operational definition Show that they can measure record and present raw and summary data and analyze those data for the purposes of understanding and explaining the data operational definition To demonstrate that graduates have an ability to design a system component or process to meet desired needs they should Show that they can engage productively and creatively in the design process Graduates should be able to identify the project goal define the project scope search for alternatives for achieving the outcome choose the best of the possible solutions create a design plan drawing physical model or computer simulation test and evaluate the recommended design and justify the final design in written and oral form operational definition To demonstrate that graduates have an ability to function on multi disciplinary teams they must Show that they can participate effectively as members of multi disciplinary teams working where appropriate with people who bring different skills expertise and perspectives to a project and with people from different sub disciplines within industrial engineering or other disciplines operational definition To demonstrate that graduates have an ability to define formulate and solve engineering problems they should Show that they can define an industrial engineering problem by specifically describing the problem conditions what is known or given and what the unknowns are operational definition Show that they can apply the appropriate industrial engineering principles to find the unknowns and arrive at correct and effective solutions to the problem operational definition To demonstrate that graduates have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility they should Show that they are familiar with the applicable professional codes of conduct for engineers and that they can apply the codes where appropriate to particular cases in which ethical issues arise and to their own work in design projects operational definition Show that they understand the importance of professional registration operational definition To show that graduates have an ability to communicate effectively they should Exhibit a mastery of the forms of discourse appropriate to industrial engineering including laboratory reports progress reports technical reports technical presentations etc operational definition Show that they can summarize technical material mathematical solutions charts graphs figures tables design drawings etc in ways appropriate to a particular audience operational definition To demonstrate that graduates have the broad education to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context they should Show that they recognize and understand the nature of and significance of the vital interactions among science technology and social values developing an understanding of the influence of science and technology on civilization and of the way science and technology have been applied to the betterment of humankind operational definition To demonstrate that graduates recognize the need for and possess the ability to engage in life long learning they should Show that they understand the need for further education and self improvement operational definition Show that they recognize the necessity of continuing professional development as a requirement for maintaining professional registration operational definition Show that they understand the

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