K. Jo Min is Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Director of Undergraduate Education in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department at Iowa State University. He teaches courses on production systems, closed-loop supply chains, and engineering valuation. His education research interests include outcome assessment and visualization aids, and his engineering research focuses on application of stochastic optimal control on engineering decision making. He has co-authored numerous papers in The Engineering Economist, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, International Journal of Production Research, International Journal of Engineering Education, and other peer-reviewed journals. He has been serving as an ABET program evaluator for EAC and ETAC and as a reviewer for various NSF engineering education panels.
John Jackman is an associate professor of industrial and manufacturing systems engineering at Iowa State University. His research interests include engineering problem solving, computer simulation, web-based immersive learning environments, and data acquisition and control.
Michelle Zugg is a Masters of Science candidate in Industrial Engineering at Iowa State University. Her research interests include supply chain management with specific interest in quality and efficiency.
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