Industrial engineering

Can fitness apps make us fit?

Mo Zhou

1/12/2017 - Despite tens of thousands of fitness apps already on the market, IEOR grad student Mo Zhou has built another. But hers, currently being tested on UC Berkeley staff and students, aims primarily at determining which app features and functions are most effective in motivating physical activity.

Berkeley engineers named to 30 Under 30

Timothy Downing, Ankur Aggarwal, Thibault Duchemin and Tim Wang

1/4/2017 - Forbes magazine's 30 Under 30 list for 2017, a compilation of the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers across 20 industries, includes four Berkeley Engineering alumni.

Sutardja Center advances innovation and entrepreneurship Down Under

Ikhlaq Sidhu (right) on the Breakfast program on New Zealand TV

12/16/2016 - As part of a keynote appearance at the Growing Entrepreneurs Summit in New Zealand, Sutardja Center Chief Scientist Ikhlaq Sidhu appeared on New Zealand television, speaking on whether entrepreneurs are born or made and explaining Berkeley’s approach to developing entrepreneurs.

Cal's first industrial engineer?

Lillian Gilbreth, pioneering Cal grad

12/7/2016 - In a talk titled “The Ingenuity and Courage of Lillian Gilbreth,” Purdue University professor emeritus Ferdinand Leimkuhler celebrated the pre-IEOR graduate for her engineering ingenuity and her efforts to get more women into the workplace.

Dynamic duo

Christine Ho and Brooks Kincaid at Imprint Energy

11/1/2016 The College of Engineering and Haas School of Business launch the Management, Entrepreneurship, & Technology double-degree undergraduate program.

Best of engineering and business, in one

From Dean Sastry

8/23/2016 - The M.E.T. Program, our exciting new partnership with the Haas School of Business, will guide students to earn two full B.S. degrees — one in engineering, one in business.

How data can personalize mobile health

mHealth researchers William Haskell (Stanford), Yoshimi Fukuoka (UCSF) and Anil Aswani (Berkeley IEOR)

8/10/2016 - IEOR professor Anil Aswani, in partnership with colleagues from UCSF and Stanford, is investigating how mobile health applications can help individuals live healthier lifestyles.

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