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  • Industrial And Systems Engineering


    Our objective is to provide cadets the necessary background to associate their knowledge and skills with the principles and methods of decision-making in complex and dynamic environments. Thereby the program follows an interdisciplinary approach to equip cadets with skills that will help them operate the complicated systems and solve complex system problems through the development of complex systems solutions. The department consists of three chairs: Industrial Engineering, Operations Research and Numerical Optimization.


Courses Offered

Code Course Title Contents D/S
ES2131 INTRODUCTION TO THE INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING DEVELOPMENT OF ENGINEERING AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 2
OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 2
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONCEPT AND PROCESS 2
COMPETITIVENESS, STRATEGY AND PRODUCTIVITY 2
PRODUCTION SYSTEMS 2
FACILITY LOCATION AND REGULATION 2
PRODUCTION PLANNING AND CONTROL 4
SCHEDULING 2
SUPPLY CHAIN ​​MANAGEMENT 2
WORK STUDY AND ERGONOMICS 2
QUALITY MANAGEMENT 2
OPERATIONS RESEARCH AND SIMULATION 2
ES4135 SYSTEM DYNAMICS SCIENTIFIC METHODS AND SYSTEMS DYNAMICS 3
DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL SYSTEM 3
SYSTEM THEORY AND TYPE STRUCTURES 12
iThink SOFTWARE 3
DYNAMIC SYSTEMS MODELING WITH iThink SOFTWARE 12
ES3131 PRODUCTION PLANNING-1 PRODUCTION / MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT 6
DEMAND FORECASTING METHODS 6
INVENTORY MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION AND BASIC CONCEPTS 3
INVENTORY CONTROL SYSTEMS 12
CONSOLIDATION AND BULK ORDERS SUPPLY 9
ES3232 PRODUCTION PLANNING-2 PRODUCTION PLANNING, CONTROL AND PLANNING PROCESS 9
MASTER PRODUCTION SCHEDULING 9
MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS PLANNING 15
MANUFACTURING ACTIVITY PLANNING AND CONTROL 6
ES2001 STATISTICS-1 STATISTICS, DATA, VARIABLE, FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTIONS, GRAPHICS 6
CENTRAL TENDENCY AND DISPERSION MEASURES 6
PROBABILITY, RANDOM VARIABLES AND TYPES 3
THE DISTRIBUTIONS 12
SAMPLING, ESTIMATION 3
HYPOTHESIS TESTING 3
REGRESSION AND CORRELATION ANALYSIS 9
ES3204 DECISION ANALYSIS INTRODUCTION TO DECISION-MAKING THEORY 6
SOLUTIONS OF DECISION PROBLEMS 27
CHOICE THEORY IN DECISION MAKING 3
MONTE CARLO SIMULATION 3
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS 3
MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION MAKING 9
ES3103 ENGINEERING AND STATISTICS SAMPLING DISTRIBUTION OF SAMPLE AVERAGE, VARIANCE AND RATIO  
HYPOTHESIS TESTS FOR TWO DIFFERENT POPULATION  
CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR TWO DIFFERENT POPULATION  
CHI-SQUARE ANALYSIS  
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE  
MULTIPLE LINEAR REGRESSION ANALYSIS  
NON-PARAMETRIC TESTS  
ES2202 PROBABILITY INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY  
RANDOM VARIABLES  
EXPECTED VALUES, VARIANCES AND MOMENTS  
DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS  
CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS  
SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS  
RELATIONS BETWEEN THE DISTRIBUTIONS  

Laboratories of Department Industry and Systems Engineering



Optimization Laboratory

Cadets are encouraged to use computer in practices and projects of all courses in order to catch up with information technology. For this purpose, 40 high-capacity computers will be available in optimization laboratory for their use. Optimization laboratories are planned to be used in courses such as Operation Research I/II/III, System Simulation, System Analysis, Planning and Placement, Quality Planning and Control, and System Dynamics.

Work Study and Ergonomics Laboratory

This laboratory is used to discuss the topics such as manufacturing process, the activities carried out during the manufacturing process, time study works for performance of activities and design of an appropriate working environment for human anatomy. In ergonomics and work-study divisions of the laboratory, devices that are available enable to do the followings: measurement and evaluation of muscle fatigue and muscle strength calculations, measurement of physiological stress and energy consumption, ergonomics, torque measurement, work assessment and development of work methods, with the evaluation of motor skills and coordination, the environmental stresses (noise, lighting, climate). It is planned to benefit from this section in courses such as Systems Engineering, Business Analysis and Ergonomic, and Quality Planning and Control.

Facility Planning and Settlement section of the lab is planned to be used for the courses such as Facility Planning and Settlement, Production Planning and Control I/II.



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