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Yunbo Zhang

Assistant Professor

Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Advanced Manufacturing

585-475-5571
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Yunbo Zhang

Assistant Professor

Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kate Gleason College of Engineering
Advanced Manufacturing

585-475-5571

Currently Teaching

ISEE-741
3 Credits
This course begins with an introduction to commercial rapid prototyping processes, the materials involved, and the physics behind how they work. The course then transitions to research topics involving novel processes, applications, and materials. Class activities include a mix of lecture, lab, and project work.
ISEE-599
0 - 4 Credits
A supervised investigation within an industrial engineering area of student interest. Professional elective.
ISEE-200
3 Credits
A first course in computational problem solving for engineers. Students will learn the theory necessary to develop algorithms to solve computational problems in the engineering disciplines. Topics include: program design and implementation, integrated development environment, mathematical operations, file input/output, data manipulations, functions, and arrays. Course also covers an introduction to implementing object-oriented programming and graphical user interface.
ISEE-488
0 Credits
The purpose of this course is to provide a full-time professional development experience for students who are actively seeking a co-op but have not yet received a job offer. Students will propose and then complete a program-approved plan that will require full-time effort and will result in the acquisition of skills and proficiencies that enhance their career development and marketability for future employment. A faculty advisor will be responsible for mentoring students throughout the semester and ensuring that students are making progress toward their goal.

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