Biomedical, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering

Wright State industrial and systems engineering students win first place in Great Lakes technical paper competition

The students were honored for their paper “Putting a Smile on Redesigning: A Dental Facility Layout Problem.” Continue reading

Wright State speakers applaud impact of virtual TEDxDayton 2020

Watch TEDxDayton talks by Subhashini Ganapathy, chair of biomedical, industrial and human factors engineering, and Christopher Wyatt, associate chair of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology. Continue reading

Wright State’s IHE engineering, business online programs among nation’s best, says U.S. News and World Report

Wright State’s ranked programs including Industrial and Human Factors Engineering (IHE), M.B.A., Information Systems and Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Continue reading

Top research stories in 2020

From a new MRI scanner to access to a unique 3D laser printer to imaging and treating ovarian cancer, Wright State faculty and students pursued important research endeavors in 2020. Continue reading

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Wright State engineering students help a local middle school launch a high-altitude balloon

The Wright State students are members of the university’s chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Continue reading

Engineering, computing students take part in virtual induction ceremony for Order of the Engineer

The ceremony was for all undergraduates from the College of Engineering and Computer Science who completed their degrees in the Summer or Fall Semesters of 2019 or the Spring Semester of 2020. Continue reading

Wright State playing major role in virtual TEDxDayton 2020 by hosting filming and providing speakers

Four people with Wright State connections, including two faculty members, will speak during TEDxDayton 2020. Continue reading

Wright State receives Defense Department funds to acquire advanced MRI scanner

New MRI scanner will allow Wright State to expand its neuroscience research and create a neuroimaging center for cognitive technologies. Continue reading

Wright State researcher Ulas Sunar wins $1.7 million grant to demonstrate novel approach for imaging and treating ovarian cancer

Ulas Sunar, director of the Biomedical Imaging Laboratory, is investigating new techniques to detect and treat small tumor nodules in ovarian cancer. Continue reading

Online feature of Wright State’s industrial and systems engineering degree expected to boost enrollment

Students will be able to complete the final two years of the bachelor’s degree program in industrial and systems engineering completely online. Continue reading