The ISE Department has one of the premier research and educational programs in human systems integration. This research focuses on both the mind and the body, with leading research efforts in cognitive systems engineering, biodynamics, physical ergonomics, resilience engineering and safety engineering. This work continues a long tradition of human factors research and industry partnerships at Ohio State, with an emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach to system design.
This research draws upon the extensive experience of faculty, staff, and students from a variety of disciplines, including industrial and systems engineering, biomedical engineering, computer and information science, communication, electrical engineering, industrial design, psychology, statistics, education, physiology, biomedical engineering, public health, public policy and medicine.
Research in cognitive systems engineering and resilience focuses on human-centered design of complex systems, including work focusing on air traffic flow management, airline operations control, cybersecurity, healthcare, information retrieval and analysis and military planning.
Research in cognitive systems engineering and resilience focuses on the human-centered design of complex systems, including work focusing on air traffic flow management, airline operations control, cybersecurity, healthcare, information retrieval and analysis and military planning.
Research in physical ergonomics and biodynamics is concerned with occupational ergonomics and cumulative trauma, as well as personalized medicine for the prevention and treatment of spine disorders.
Industrial and Systems Engineering Advising Sheets and Bingo Sheets
In order to keep up with the industry and adequately prepare students for becoming Industrial Engineers, our department must continually update the curriculum. Because of these constant changes, we allow students to begin and end their time in our department with the same criteria they were given on their very first Bingo Sheet and Advising Sheet.
In order to help you find the appropriate forms, we've created a Bingo Sheet and Advising Sheet Selector Table which can be accessed by clicking the link below. After clicking the link you will be asked to indicate the Quarter or Semester and Year you first began taking courses at OSU and then you may download the form that pertains to your curriculum guidelines.
Curriculum Requirements (based on when a student is admitted to OSU)