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Myron Markov
Myron Markov

Innovations In Industrial Engineering (Lecture ...

This endowment will enhance innovation and entrepreneurshipamong industrial engineering students at all levels. Endowment supportedactivities will include, but not limited to, design of products and services,prototyping, patenting and licensing, venture formation, acquiring venturecapital, attending conferences and competitions, and other related activitiesleading to overall success of IMSE students.

Innovations in Industrial Engineering (Lecture ...

He joined the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering in 2003 as a Lecturer and has also served as Senior Lecturer; Deputy Dean (Outreach & Enterprise Development) and Head of Mechanical and Manufacturing Department in the Faculty of Engineering. Prior to his joining UWI, he worked as Senior Research Associate, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor and Head of Mechanical Engineering Department at several institutions in India; and also worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands. Prof. Chowdary had rigorous industrial training in a Heavy Machinery Engineering Company where he was exposed to planning, scheduling and operations of various heavy & light machinery sections as well as operation of several metal casting and joining equipment. In addition, he worked as a Senior Workshop Superintendent for several years at an enterprise where he gained experience in managing a typical engineering workshop as well as several engineering personnel with different skill sets. Further, he was exposed to operations of industrial CNC Machining Operations at a state owned organisation, Torsional Spring Manufacturing Equipment, and operations of a Steel Manufacturing Company.

Prerequisite: MECHENG 320, MECHENG 350, MECHENG 360, and either MECHENG 395 or AEROSP 305. May not be taken concurrently with MECHENG 455 or MECHENG 495. Student must be declared in Mechanical Engineering. Not open to graduate students. (4 credits)A mechanical engineering design project by which the student is exposed to the design process from concept through analysis to layout and report. Projects are proposed from the different areas of study within mechanical engineering and reflect the expertise of instructional faculty and industrial representatives. (Course Profile)

Lectures and readings focus on bridges, railroads, power plants, steamboats, telegraph, highways, automobiles, aircraft, computers, and the microchip. We study some of the most important engineering innovations since the Industrial Revolution. The laboratory centers on technical analysis that is the foundation for design of these major innovations. The experiments are modeled after those carried out by the innovators themselves, whose ideas are explored in the light of the social environment within which they worked. Two lectures, one three-hour laboratory.

Lectures and readings focus on bridges, railroads, power plants, steamboats, telegraph, highways, automobiles, aircraft, computers, and the microchip. Historical analysis provides a basis for studying societal impact by focusing on scientific, political, ethical, and aesthetic aspects in the evolution of engineering over the past two and a half centuries. The precepts and the papers will focus historically on engineering ideas including the social and political issues raised by these innovations and how they were shaped by society as well as how they helped shape culture. Two lectures, one preceptorial.

As CEO of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., he oversees a company with 60,000 employees worldwide that provides full-spectrum architecture, engineering and construction support to industrial, commercial and government clients. In 2010, Jacobs brought in nearly $10 billion in revenue. 041b061a72


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