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University and industry cooperation in the development of a curriculum for integrated manufacturing systems engineering

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3 Author(s)
Book, W.J. ; Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA ; Krosner, S.P. ; Haddad, A.H.

This paper describes the Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIMS) Program at the Georgia Institute of Technology, which was established with the help of a grant from the IBM Corporation. The Program began its third year recently, and involves a cooperative effort within Georgia Tech among eight Schools, with strong support and interaction with over a dozen industries. The Program is one approach to the problem of educating graduate students in industrially related interdisciplinary topics of major importance.

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Decision and Control, 1985 24th IEEE Conference on

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11-13 Dec. 1985