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Graduate Researchers Testing Control Theory at UAH Energy Lab

Graduate Research Assistants Anyama Tettey and Jeffrey Dyas are assisting Dr. Paul Collopy with an NSF-funded research project to investigate the feasibility of constructing and validating a theory of systems engineering based on control theory …


ISEEM faculty among presenters at Alabama Lean Six Sigma Conference 2015

An ISEEM faculty member delivered presentations and training at the first annual Alabama Lean Six Sigma Conference sponsored by UAH, Alabama Aerospace Industry Association, Alabama Automotive Manufacturers …


Dr. Phillip Farrington's Service Recognized by Governor's Office

Having recently completed his second term on the Alabama Robotic Technology Park (RTP) Executive Board, ISEEM professor, Dr. Phillip Farrington, was presented with a certificate of appreciation signed by Alabama Governor, Robert Bentley. He …


UAH Faculty and Students present at 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference

Taylan Topcu, a Systems Engineering Master’s student, presented a paper titled “Commercial and Government Value Functions for Electric Vehicle System Design” at the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Annual Conference and Expo in …


Myles Scarano JUMPS Into Grad School

Myles Scarano started in the Mechanical and Aerospace department for the first two years of his academic career, and on a bit of a whim he decided to transfer to the ISEEM department. Sense then, Myles has become ISEEM’s first JUMP student …


Charger pride a family tradition for Patterson siblings

It's considered a legacy when a child attends the same university as their parent or grandparent. But the Patterson siblings are creating their own single-generation legacy at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH). Five have already …


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