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Tuesday, 6 October, 2020 - 16:48
Students who take the ISE400 course, must register for the relevant course at Moodle with the ISE2021 key. All information that is about the submission of the internship documents, was shared in the announcements part of the course at Moodle.  
Monday, 21 September, 2020 - 12:35
 In Fall 2020, all ISE coded Industrial Engineering courses will be held online. For other courses appearing in the curriculum (all other courses with codes such as AFE, MATH, CHEM, PHYS, ES, etc.), you must follow the announcements from the relevant departments or contact them.
Monday, 21 September, 2020 - 12:31
The list of courses that can be taken by our students from other departments are given below. These courses can be offered by the relevant departments in different terms, so make your choices by checking this list each semester. No courses other than these will be accepted. Non-Departmental TE...
Monday, 21 September, 2020 - 12:29
The list of Technical Elective Courses that will be offered by our department in the 2020 Fall semester is listed below. Even if other ISE coded courses may appear in the Technical Elective Course tab during pre-registration, make your choices by considering this list. Apart from these courses...
Wednesday, 8 July, 2020 - 22:18
These conditions only apply to students who were admitted to the program in the Fall 2016 semester or before. They are valid until the end of the Fall 2022 semester. If these students completed one of the prerequisites of ISE 491 (ISE 323 or ISE 361) and completed at least...

What is Industrial Engineering?

Industrial Engineering is an engineering discipline that focuses on the design, modeling, control and optimization of complex systems under time and cost constraints.

Our program covers the main topics in Industrial Engineering such as Operations Research, Statistics and Data Analysis, Production and Inventory Planning, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Simulation, Network Theory, Quality Control, Project Management, along with Automation and Control Engineering Methodology and Information Technology. All these areas are unified under the principles of Systems Engineering, supported by Systems Modeling and System Dynamics approaches.

The systems approach focuses on the entire system and takes a holistic view rather than addressing the constituent parts of the system individually. Today, complex systems combine more than one of the following sub-systems: technological, biological, sociological, environmental, industrial, political, economic, and financial. Industrial and Systems engineers work on the modeling, control and optimization of such systems while revealing the relationships and interactions between different system elements.

Industrial Engineers work in the following areas: planning in production and service sector, operational planning, R&D, Automation-Control and Mechatronics, Logistics, Information processing design, facility layout design, project management, Supply chain management, ERP-SAP consulting.

Industrial Engineering Department is in contact with the following organizations

  • INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) Turkey Branch
  • Chamber of Mechanical Engineers of Turkey
  • Operational Research Society (ORST) -Turkey
  • TÜBİTAK
  • Purdue University- USA
  • RIT – USA
  • InHolland University – Netherlands
  • Montana State University – USA
  • ASEM (American Society for Engineering Management)
  • INFORMS (The Institute for Operations Research and Management Science)
  • The European Operational Research Society

Accreditation

Yeditepe University, Industrial Engineering Department has been accredited by Association for Evaluation and Accreditation of Engineering Programs (MÜDEK) and European Network for Accreditation of Engineering Education (ENAEE) between 30 September 2019 – 30 September 2021 for the third time.

MÜDEK Accreditation Certificate

ENAEE EUR-ACE Label

 

Success Stories of Our Graduates

As of 2020, nearly 1000 students graduated from our department. Around one-third of them pursued a graduate program in international universities or universities in Turkey including Stanford, Berkeley, USC, Rutgers, Delft, Lund, Ecole Centrale, Boğaziçi University, ODTÜ, İTÜ, Koç University, Sabancı University, and Yeditepe University. 

Around 5 percent of the graduates are working as professional engineers or researchers in the areas of telecommunication systems, SAP, energy systems, petroleum industry, and finance in countries including Germany, USA, Sweden, UK, and Australia. Information about some of them can be found in the following links: 

Some of the graduates working in Turkey

 

Graduates sharing their success stories

Uğur AKYOL

Nihal İSKENDEROĞLU

Nihat KOYUNCU

Binnur ÖZBAŞ

Pınar HAYTA