Welcome to the Engineering Tools and Techniques Workshop

The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Auburn University is offering a non-credit introductory summer workshop July 18 through August 1, 2015,  on engineering tools and techniques. Students will be introduced to computer simulation, quality control, work measurement and lean manufacturing. The workshop will be taught in English.


Auburn University boasts a friendly campus less than two hours from Atlanta, Georgia, the largest metropolitan area in the southeastern U.S. with over five million residents. Auburn was chartered in 1856 and today has an enrollment of more than 25,000 students. The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering has been granting degrees since 1931 and proudly acknowledges Samuel Ginn ’59, namesake of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering; Joe Forehand ’71, former chairman and CEO of Accenture; Susan Story ’81, former president and CEO of Southern Company Services; and Tim Cook ’82, CEO of Apple computers as several of the department's over 4,000 active alumni.

Auburn, Alabama, known as ”the loveliest village on the plains” is a small town in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in southeastern Alabama. A rural community, with red wooden barns and small herds of cattle and horses dotting the landscape, the town was ranked in 2009 by U.S. News and World Report as one of its Top Ten Places to Live in the United States. With a fast-growing economy, Auburn has one industrial and four technology parks which manufacture small engines, automotive wheels, fuel cells, plastic injection technology, and vehicle armor.

The workshop is organized by

Last Updated: Mar 18, 2015