Conversations with industrial and systems engineers about their work, ideas and solutions. This podcast will feature both IISE members and non-members who come from diverse backgrounds in both academia and industry to discuss a wide range of topics as it relates to their work as well as some off-beat topics that we think you, our audience, will find fascinating.
#IISEAnnual2022 Podcast Break - Hamid Parsaei
"Problem Solved" is recording live from the Hyatt Regency Seattle during the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2022, taking place May 21-24. Hamid Parsaei, professor of industrial and systems engineering at Texas A&M University, has attended the conference for more than 40 years and he explains why he keeps coming back. Hamid is also this year's recipient of the Albert G. Holzman Distinguished Educator Award.
#IISEAnnual2022 Podcast Break - IISE President Amanda Mewborn
"Problem Solved" is recording live from the Hyatt Regency Seattle during the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2022, taking place May 21-24. IISE President Amanda Mewborn celebrates the return of our live conference, discusses how ISEs and the world at-large continue to battle the pandemic, and what's in store for IISE's immediate future.
#IISEAnnual2022 Podcast Break - Ian Giese
"Problem Solved" is recording live from the Hyatt Regency Seattle during the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2022, taking place May 21-24. Ian Giese is president of the Greater Kansas City chapter of IISE, which was awarded the Gold Chapter Award for 2021. He's also attended the conference as both a student and a professional (and is a self-proclaimed fan of this podcast!).
#IISEAnnual2022 Podcast Break - Toni Doolen and IISE President-Elect Eileen Van Aken
"Problem Solved" is recording live from the Hyatt Regency Seattle during the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2022, taking place May 21-24. Longtime friends, colleagues and professors Toni Doolen from Oregon State University and Eileen Van Aken from Virginia Tech took time to chat about their joy to return to the live conference. Van Aken is also attending her first conference as IISE's president-elect.
#IISEAnnual2022 Podcast Break - Joan Wagner
"Problem Solved" is recording live from the Hyatt Regency Seattle during the IISE Annual Conference & Expo 2022, taking place May 21-24. Joan Wagner from Spirit AeroSystems in Wichita, Kansas, is going to be named an IISE Fellow this year and has been coming to the conference for more than 15 years, or so she thinks.
To boldly go: NASA's new frontiers in space
On March 25, 2022, IISE's Keith Albertson and David Brandt were able to take a behind-the-scenes tour of Kennedy Space Center in central Florida. We were able to visit several sites around the Kennedy campus and chat with NASA systems engineers working on various tasks at the space agency. In this season three finale of the podcast, you'll hear audio captured from interviews and videos during this visit, including interviews with Randy Gordon, an industrial engineer from Georgia Tech as well as Shaun Butts, a previous guest on "Problem Solved."
I’d highly recommend this podcast. The episode on “Design Thinking for Caregivers” was very interesting. Health care is such an important topic right now, and Tom’s explanation of his growth from introvert to public speaker ace was great to hear about too. I think a wide range of people will enjoy it too.
If you have the time, I’m also a host of a podcast in manufacturing. Please check out, “The Right Direction Podcast” from Compass Precision.
An IE who loves podcasts
Thanks for creating a show that industrial and systems engineers can learn from. The shows have a nice range from past careers to new approaches.
A much needed podcast for the IE function. Although still early, I hope more content comes out about lean and six sigma manufacturing, supply chain optimization, and leadership within organizations.
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