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NEWS
Former VT president, IIE fellow dies
Paul Torgersen, Virginia Tech's president from 1994-2000 and a member of its faculty since 1967, died March 29.
Toyota unveils revamped manufacturing process
WSJ.com: Japanese automaker says shift toward a more modular assembly plan will produce half its vehicles by 2020.
Healthcare of tomorrow? Using 3P lean design to build better hospital wards
Subject of an IE magazine feature from September 2013 reports on progress behind improving facilities in England.
Apple CEO Tim Cook will donate his fortune
International Business Times: Executive, philanthropist follows trend with other charitable tech leaders.
WSC 2015 calls for contributed papers, posters, case studies
Contributed papers are due April 1 for the Winter Simulation Conference set for Dec. 6-9.
Audi Chairless Chair part of exoskeleton for worker trend
NextBigFuture.com: Automaker is testing new technology that eases many assembly activities.
Sheffield student designs ergonomic cutlery after being diagnosed with arthritis
TheStar.co.uk: A Sheffield Hallam University student has produced a set of ergonomic cutlery for people with arthritis.
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VIDEO

AEC 2015 keynote speaker gives talk on the ergonomics journey at Gulfstream Aerospace

AEC 2015 keynote speaker gives talk on the ergonomics journey of Gulfstream Aerospace
Joe Jordan, director of initial phase operations at Gulfstream Aerospace, talks about the ergonomics solutions he and his team have learned over time at Gulfstream Aerospace in this video interview. He also discusses the "buzz and excitement" among attendees that greeted him upon arrival to the Applied Ergonomics Conference 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee. Click here to watch the interview and a short clip from his AEC 2015 keynote presentation. And visit the AEC website in the near future for more highlights from the conference.


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INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER MAGAZINE
Industrial Engineer - April 2015   

Industrial Engineer is the member magazine of IIE. The monthly publication provides information for readers to enhance their career capabilities, improve their organizations’ performance and advance the development of the profession.





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