IIE Annual Conference & Expo 2015
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Get Innovative Ideas at the IIE Annual Conference!

The largest industrial and systems engineering event of the year, the IIE Annual Conference & Expo, combines research and application to provide industry solutions and case studies as well as discoveries from academia and industry scholars. This two-pronged program is why industry professionals, academics, researchers and students attend year after year!

Both Applied Solutions and Industrial and Systems Engineering Research (ISERC) sessions are included in your registration fee. Choose topics and tracks from both or check out combined sessions, a new pilot for 2015. Combined sessions will focus on five topics: engineering management, operations research, process industries, supply chain and logistics, and work systems. Learn more about this new feature of the 2015 program.

Innovative applications and techniques that can be applied to your work are revealed at IIE Annual. Renowned keynote speakers will inspire discussions of where the field is headed. The exhibit hall offers the latest products and services to advance your organization. Behind-the-scenes facility tours and hands-on pre-conference workshops on enterprise performance management and improving employee engagement can enhance your time in Nashville.

Join your peers and experts in the field in Nashville for the IIE Annual Conference & Expo 2015. Nashville is within driving distance for 50 percent of the U.S. population. If you're in the other 50 percent, Nashville International Airport has more than 380 daily arrivals and departures.

Giving back to the Community

Each year at the IIE Annual Conference, the Sustainability Division selects a deserving local organization for its community project.

This year, the Sustainability Division will be working with a non-profit organization called Hands on Nashville (HON) helping them in their Urban Farm project. The activity will be held from 9 a.m. to noon CDT on Saturday, May 30.

The main focus of this project is to engage youth who live in neighborhoods with limited access to fresh foods.

Please contact Nelson Granda if you would like to participate!