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How does IEOR impact the world?

Below are stories that show how faculty, students, and alumni are applying their knowledge with industrial engineering and operations research.

Five examples that show the power of machine learning

Five examples that show the power of machine learning, as told by IEOR 142

By Annie Lin | January 30, 2023

In IEOR 142: Introduction to Machine Learning and Data Analytics, Professor Paul Grigas uses real datasets to teach students key techniques in machine learning and data analytics. The class culminates…

Courtney Z Chow

Berkeley IEOR Graduate Named to Forbes 30-Under-30 List

By Goldie Negelev | December 2, 2022

Berkeley IEOR graduate Courtney Z. Chow (BS IEOR’ 16) joins a different kind of class for 2023: The Forbes 30-under-30. Established ten years ago, the Forbes Under 30 list recognizes…

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Filipino American History Month: Student Stories

By Goldie Negelev | October 27, 2022

October is Filipino American History Month (FAHM)! Filipino American History Month celebrates the culture, experiences, and lives of Filipino Americans throughout history. This year marks historic firsts for campus institutions…

National Latinx Heritage Month: Student Stories

By Goldie Negelev | October 21, 2022

Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15 to October 15 every year to celebrate the history, culture, and many contributions that U.S Latinx and Hispanic communities have brought to American…

A Carbon-Neutral Future with Nanavati Low and BIB Technologies

By Goldie Negelev | September 26, 2022

Nanavati Low (B.S. ‘16 IEOR) co-founded BIB Technologies as a way to help businesses and companies scale efficiently and sustainably. In 2018, BIB Technologies launched four mobile utility vehicle models,…

National Latinx Heritage Month

National Latinx Heritage Month

By Goldie Negelev | September 20, 2022

Happy Latinx Heritage Month! The Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research honors and celebrates the cultures, contributions, and lasting influence of Latinx, Chicanx, and all Hispanic-identified Americans with ancestors…

The importance of programs like Kids Teach Tech

Ariel Qian (M.E.T IEOR ’24) on the Importance of Programs like Kids Teach Tech

By Goldie Negelev | September 1, 2022

For the second year in a row, Berkeley IEOR has partnered with Georgia Tech ISyE and Kids Teach Tech (KTT) to virtually deliver the Seth Bonder Summer Program in Computational…

Kids Teach Tech Students and Teachers

Berkeley IEOR Continues Partnership to Bring Engineering and Data Analytics to Underserved Youth

By Goldie Negelev | August 22, 2022

For the second year in a row, Berkeley IEOR has partnered with Georgia Tech ISyE, Kids Teach Tech, and Urban League of Greater San Francisco Bay Area to virtually deliver…

Yash Bhandari (B.S. ‘22 IEOR) Helps Bring Clean Drinking Water to El Valle de San Francisco, Panama

By Goldie Negelev | June 9, 2022

Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization that provides engineering services to underserved communities in the U.S. and worldwide. At UC Berkeley’s EWB-USA chapter, students team up…

What is IEOR?

By Keith McAleer | October 19, 2021

What is IEOR? In this award-winning video, IEOR students explain what industrial engineering & operations research is, how their skills can improve the world, and discuss exciting careers in IEOR.…