Ingeniería Industrial y de Sistemas

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Ingeniería Industrial y de Sistemas

La Ingeniería Industrial adopta como como campo de conocimiento las siguientes metas o indicadores: rentabilidad, efectividad, eficiencia, adaptabilidad, capacidad de respuesta, calidad y la mejora continua de los productos y servicios a lo largo de sus ciclos de vida.

 

Los Ingenieros Industriales y de Sistemas encuentran una mejor manera de hacer las cosas y trabajar en una amplia gama de áreas profesionales, incluida la gestión, la manufactura, la logística, los sistemas de salud, el comercio al detal, el servicio y la ergonomía, entre otros. 

Ofrecimientos Académicos

El programa subgraduado de Ingeniería Industrial y de Sistemas cuenta con las siguientes áreas principales de concentración:

Manufactura:

Los avances en tecnología están cambiando la forma en que operan casi todas las industrias. A medida que los fabricantes buscan mantenerse competitivos en el mercado, buscan constantemente las últimas y mejores innovaciones, estrategias y sistemas. 

 

Servicio:

Las expectativas de servicio al cliente son más altas que nunca. Hoy en día, los consumidores ven su estándar de servicio como un diferenciador clave en su decisión de trabajar con su marca sobre sus competidores. De hecho, más del 50% de los clientes compran más a empresas que creen que brindan un excelente servicio al cliente.

El plan de estudios está diseñado para desarrollar ingenieros industriales (IE) capaces de planificar, diseñar, implementar y administrar sistemas integrados de producción y prestación de servicios que aseguren el rendimiento, la confiabilidad, la capacidad de mantenimiento, el cumplimiento de la planificación y el control de costos.

El departamento de Ingeniería Industrial tiene un piso completo asignado del edificio de Laboratorios de la Universidad Politécnica. Este piso contiene varios tipos de salones.

Laboratorios

Methods Engineering and Work Measurement

L-201: The Methods Engineering and Work Measurement classroom has a capacity of 40 students. Students are exposed to the basic tools of analyzing and designing a job in a cost-effective manner, as well as measuring the resulting output to establish standards. This laboratory was designed to provide the students the opportunity to carry out practical experiments related to motion and time studies techniques (Stopwatch, Work Sampling and Predetermined Time), method improvement, performance rating, allowance factor and learning curve. Different practices require the use of the following equipment: stopwatches, random reminders, MTM equipment, tables, assembling parts and computers to download manufacturing assemblies and use of statistical software in order to develop time-study analyses and design software for workstation improvements (Design Tools).

Human Factors and Methods Engineering

L-202: The Human Factors and Methods Engineering classroom has a capacity of 28 students.  This laboratory was created to provide the students with the opportunity to carry out practical experiments concerning anthropometry, noise and illumination, work-station design, manual material handling, biomechanics and other areas of human performance evaluation and machine-human interactions for the workstation design.

Operations Management

L-206: This classroom is designed for 28 students. The Operations Management Laboratory consists of Windows 7 network with twenty (28) Intel Xeon personal computers for the student use.  It is based on an open-access environment where students are given the opportunity to work on assignments and work on after class jobs at their own pace. This network offers the student the opportunity to access specialized software to tackle industrial engineering problems using state-of-the-art technologies. The laboratory has the equipment and software required to develop the system analysis, solutions development and decision-making skills of the students. There is support-hardware available including a laser printer. Some of the applications in the network include AutoCAD, Statgraphics Plus, Minitab, Witness, Arena for Simulation, Mathcad, Microsoft Office 2010 Professional, Microsoft Project 2010, 3DSSPP, Lindo, Google Sketchup 8, Microsoft Visio 2010, Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft SQL Server, and PSpice student version.

Software Instruction Laboratory

L-210: The Software Instruction Laboratory has a capacity for 24 students. This lab consists of a Windows 7 network with 24 Intel Pentium-D personal computers for student use. It is based on specific class needs and assignments, where student are requested to manage critical applications and on-class work.  This network offers the student the opportunity to access specialized software to tackle industrial engineering problems using state-of-the-art technologies. This laboratory has the equipment and software required to develop the system analysis, solutions development and decision-making skills of the students. There is support-hardware available including a laser printer and a HP plotter. Some of the applications in the network are AutoCAD, Statgraphics Plus, Minitab, Witness, Arena for Simulation, Mathcad, Microsoft Office Professional, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Visual Studio, Microsoft SQL Server, and PSpice student version.  The Laboratory also a LCD 55, TV, two projector, and an interactive screen where the professor can write electronically to the computer and over a Power Point presentation.

Lean Six Sigma Laboratory

L-208: This room has a capacity of 16 students in two groups of 8. It consists of an assembly line for educational racing car models.  In this laboratory, the attendees can take advantage of the Lean Six Sigma courses for graduate and undergraduate students, which provide the professional expertise to apply most of the techniques used in a DMAIC and Lean projects. The students will be able to apply techniques and concepts such as FMEA, SIPOC, PROJECT CHARTER, VOC, LEAN MANUFACTURING, STATISTICS, DOE, HYPOTHESIS TESTING, INVENTORY MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTION CONTROL, PRODUCTIVITY, COST ACCOUNTING, TOTAL QUALITY CONTROL, SPC, industrial SAFETY, JOB DESIGN, and others within a simulated manufacturing environment.

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