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AHSANULLAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Department of

Mechanical and Production Engineering




IPE



Vision and Missions (Industrial and Production Engineering Discipline)

Vision of the Program:

The program endeavors to become recognized among the leading institutions of education and research in Industrial and Production Engineering internationally by providing engineering professionals with global impact. We aim to establish gradual interaction with leading technological institutions, research centers, and industries of national and international repute.

Mission of the Program:

  • To provide a reliable modern industrial and production engineering education, to produce engineering graduates who are qualified to pursue careers in their preferred field while sufficing the obligations of academics, industry, business, service, healthcare, and government and society
  • To enhance its performance in the creation and integration of fundamental principles, abilities as it connects with the design, optimization, and development of industrial and manufacturing processes and implement world-class research programs in specialized areas that complement the academic framework and address the evolving needs of industry and community and contribute to the enrichment of the quality of life.
  • To provide a platform that nurtures its graduates to pursue sustainable learning through communicating, reasoning, creativity, teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills they need for life, work, and further learning.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs): 

PEO1 - Professionalism

Graduates will demonstrate sound professionalism in Industrial and Production Engineering.

PEO2 – Continuous Personal Development

Graduates will engage in life-long learning in multi-disciplinary fields for industrial and academic careers.

PEO3 – Sustainable Development

Graduates will promote sustainable development at local and international levels.


Extra Curricular Activities and Achievements:

  1. International Scientific Conference: Sustainability of Global Garment Industry

An international conference titled ICSG2i-2019 was held at AUST from 4th March to 7th March, 2019. It was arranged by the Aalborg AUST POHS Research Project as an outcome of the collaboration of AUST with Aalborg University Denmark. It was a very successful conference with the spontaneous participation of students and faculty members of MPE department of AUST. Total of eighty-two (82) conference papers were published on the conference proceedings.

International Scientific Conference: Sustainability of Global Garment Industry
  1. IEOM AUST Student Chapter

IEOM Student Chapter can help students in the development or enhancement of their outer important skills, including leadership, communications, organization, planning, time management, budgeting and finance, and other professional skills. Those can help to prepare for their career and to be successful in the longer term. 
๐ˆ๐„๐Ž๐Œ ๐’๐จ๐œ๐ข๐ž๐ญ๐ฒ ๐€๐”๐’๐“ ๐’๐ญ๐ฎ๐๐ž๐ง๐ญ ๐‚๐ก๐š๐ฉ๐ญ๐ž๐ซ utilize the field of Industrial Engineering (IE) and Operations Management (OM) by providing means to communicate and network among diversified people, ‘IEOM Society AUST Student chapter’ was established in 2015, under the direction of Professor Dr. Mohammad Sarwar Morshed sir who led a prestigious position (Chairman) of IEOM Society, Bangladesh. To know more details, Our website link - http://ieomsociety.org/ieom/aust/

  1. Team Primus at Formula racing in England 

“Team Primus” consisting 30 students from varying disciplines of AUST visited England in order to participate in Formula Student UK (FSUK), a motorsport competition for engineering students worldwide, held at the UK’s Silverstone Formula 1 circuit on 17th July to 21st July. Most of the members of this team were from MPE department and the team was also supervised by two faculty members of MPE department. 

With a car powered by a 600-cc motorbike engine developing 84 HP at 11,500 RPM and 40 lb-ft torque at 10,500 RPM, and a curb weight of approximately 300 kg, Team Primus faced multiple challenges in sourcing parts and funding the project. They won Race Tech’s Spirit of Formula Student 2019 category for displaying tenacity and creativity in the face of such hardships. For their technical ability at designing and building the car, they also won the Allan Stainforth Award for Best Newcomer 2019. In England they not only represented AUST but also our country. 

โ€œTeam Primusโ€ at Formula Student UK (FSUK)
  1. MoU with BGMEA, Embassy of Denmark

MPE, AUST have secured a project for triple helix objectives: Industry, University and Government collaboration for securing SDG8 of the UN. This will provide support to local business firms and industries through the network model of NIPOSH. Baseline development, research collaboration and course curriculum up-gradation are the main focus apart from taking project leadership. The project was officially launched on 30/11/2020 where Vice chancellor AUST was the special guest.

MoU with BGMEA, Embassy of Denmark

Recent Publications and Conferences:

Title Name of the Author(s) Name of Journal/Conference

Improving Supply Chain Sustainability in the context of COVID-19 Pandemic in An Emerging Economy: Exploring Drivers using An Integrated Model

Chitra Lekha Karmaker, Tazim Ahmed, Sayem Ahmed, Syed Mithun Ali, Md. Abdul Moktadir and Golam Kabir

Sustainable Production and Consumption, Vol. 26, pp. 411-427, 2021.

Critical Success Factors for Implementing Green Supply Chain Management in The Electronics Industry: An Emerging Economy Case

Amit Banik, Hasin Md. Muhtasim Taqi, Syed Mithun Ali, Sayem Ahmed, Maryam Garshasbi, and Golam Kabir

International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications, pp. 1-28, 2020.

Comparative Analysis of Fuzzy-AHP and TOPSIS Approach for Supplier Evaluation in a Cement Manufacturing Company

Md. Sazzad Hossain Ador, Sayem Ahmed, Md. Towhidur Rahman, Md. Al Nahid, Md. Sounak Sadat Rohit and Md. Jonayaat Karim

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 10, pp. 147–167, 2020.

Comparison of Fuzzy-AHP and AHP Approach for Supplier Evaluation and Selection in a Cement Manufacturing Company

Md. Sazzad Hossain Ador, Md. Towhidur Rahman and Sayem Ahmed

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 10, pp. 37–63, 2020.

A Comparative Analysis of Genetic Algorithm and LINGO for an Inbound Transportation Model

Humaira Nafisa Ahmed, Sayem Ahmed, Md. Nazmus Sakib and M. M. Mahbubur Rahman

American Journal of Industrial Engineering, ISSN: 2377-4339, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 13-18, 2019.

A Comprehensive Study of Fuzzy TOPSIS Methodology for Ranking of Critical Factors in Evaluating Employee Performance

Inzamam Ul Haq, and Sayem Ahmed

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 9, pp. 60-78, 2019.

Qualitative Model for Identifying Leadership Using Fuzzy Logic

Ashiquzzaman Nipu and Sayem Ahmed

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 9, pp. 13-29, 2019.

Fuzzy TOPSIS and Fuzzy ELECTRE-I Approach for Selecting the Best Suppliers Considering Multiple Criteria

Hasin Md. Muhtasim Taqi and Sayem Ahmed

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 8, pp. 155-173, 2018.

Formulation and Optimization of a Four Echelon Bi-Objective Supply Chain Network Design Model Considering Cost & Time Uncertainty

Hasin Md. Muhtasim Taqi, Sayem Ahmed, Riyad Evne Rashid and Nazib Ahmed Khan

International Journal of Advanced Studies in Computer Science and Engineering, ISSN: 2278-7917, Vol. 7, Issue 07, pp. 08-18, 2018.

Optimization of Machining Parameter for Surface Roughness in Turning GFRP Composite Using RSM-GA Approach

Md. Rezaul Karim, Sayem Ahmed and Samia Salahuddin

American Journal of Materials Science and Engineering, ISSN: 2333-4673, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 18-25, 2018.

Comparison of AHP, Fuzzy Logic and ANFIS Model for Prioritizing Distribution Center with Multiple Criteria

Sayem Ahmed, M. M. Mahbubur Rahman and Md. Nazmus Sakib

International Journal of Applications of Fuzzy Sets and Artificial Intelligence, ISSN 2241-1240, Vol. 7, pp. 199-232, 2017.

An Integrated Support Vector Classification Approach for Performance Evaluation and Selection of Multi-Attribute Suppliers Using Canonical Correlation Analysis (CCA) and Principal Component Analysis (PCA)

Faria Alam, Md. Nazmus Sakib, Purbasha Das, and Sayem Ahmed

International Scientific Conference on Sustainability of Global Garment Industry, 5-7 March, 2019, AUST, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Risk Analysis of Ready-Made Garment Sector in Bangladesh

Farnaz Faruk, Shafikul Alam Nabil, Sayem Ahmed and Sarwar Morshed

International Scientific Conference on Sustainability of Global Garment Industry, 5-7 March, 2019, AUST, Dhaka, Bangladesh.



Involvement of faculty members in research, development and professional activities

A list of full-time faculty member’s professional activities, research and development are given below.

Name

Designation

List of professional society activities in the last one year

Dr. Md. Sarwar Morshed

Professor

Chair, IEOM society, Bangladesh 2020, Vice Chair- Ergonomic Society Bangladesh, 2020, Project Leader-NIPOSH Project, 2020.

Qumrul Ahsan

Professor

Invited as speaker for talk by Institute of Engineers (IEM), Melaka, Malaysia, for Engineers, on 13 August, 2020 Malaysia

Invited as keynote Speaker for International Conference on Science and Technology for Celebrating the Birth Centenary of Bangabandhu (ICSTB-2021), 11-13 March, 2021, BCSIR, Dhaka, Bangladesh



Course Structure for Undergraduate Program of Industrial and Production Engineering

Year-1 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

1103

Introduction to Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

3-0

3.00

Math

1107

Mathematics-I

3-0

3.00

Phy

1105

Physics

3-0

3.00

Chem

1107

Chemistry

3-0

3.00

Hum

1107

Critical Thinking and Communication

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

1110

Machine Shop Practice-I

0-3

1.50

Phy

1106

Physics Sessional

0-3

1.50

Chem

1108

Chemistry Sessional

0-3

1.50

Hum

1108

English Language Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

12.00

6.00

 

Total=

27.00

21.00

 

Year-1 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

EEE

1287

Basic Electrical Engineering

3-0

3.00

CSE

1287

Computer Programming

3-0

3.00

Math

1207

Mathematics-II

3-0

3.00

Hum

1207

Sociology and Accounting

3-0

3.00

Hum

1209

Society, Ethics & Technology (SET)

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

1210

Machine Shop Practice-II

0-3

1.50

EEE

1288

Electrical Engineering Sessional

0-3

1.50

CSE

1288

Computer Programming Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-2 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

2101

Manufacturing Processes

3-0

3.00

ME

2101

Basic Thermodynamics

3-0

3.00

EEE

2187

Electrical Machines

3-0

3.00

Math

2107

Mathematics-III

3-0

3.00

Hum

2107

Engineering Economy

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

2102

Manufacturing Processes Sessional

0-3

1.50

ME

2102

Basic Thermodynamics Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

2110

Mechanical Drawing-I

0-3

1.50

EEE

2188

Electrical Machines Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-2 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

2201

Mechanics of Materials

3-0

3.00

ME

2203

Engineering Materials

3-0

3.00

EEE

2285

Introduction to Analog and Digital Electronics

3-0

3.00

Math

2207

Numerical Analysis and Statistics

3-0

3.00

Hum

2207

Industrial Law and Safety Management

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

2202

Mechanics of Materials Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

2204

Engineering Materials Sessional

0-1.5

0.75

ME

2210

Mechanical Drawing-II

0-3

1.50

EEE

2286

Analog and Digital Electronics Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-3 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

ME

3131

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

3-0

3.00

IPE

3101

Measurement, Instrumentation and Control

3-0

3.00

IPE

3103

Product Design and Development

3-0

3.00

IPE

3105

Modern Machining Processes

3-0

3.00

IPE

3107

Operations Research

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

ME

3132

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Sessional

0-3

1.50

IPE

3102

Measurement, Instrumentation and Control Sessional

 

0-3

 

1.50

IPE

3104

Product Design and Development Sessional

0-3

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-3 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

3201

Ergonomics and Productivity Engineering

3-0

3.00

IPE

3203

Material Handling and Maintenance Engineering

3-0

3.00

IPE

3205

Production Planning and Control

3-0

3.00

IPE

3207

Robot and Computer Controlled Machines

3-0

3.00

IPE

3209

Metal Forming and Sheet Metalworking

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

 

IPE

 

3202

Ergonomics and Productivity Engineering Sessional

 

0-3

 

1.50

 

IPE

 

3204

Material Handling and Maintenance Engineering Sessional

 

0-3

 

1.50

 

IPE

 

3210

Metal Forming and Sheet Metalworking Sessional

 

0-3

 

1.50

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-4 / Semester-1

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

4101

Machine Tools and Machining

3-0

3.00

IPE

4103

Operations and Project Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

4105

Supply Chain Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

4107

Business Law

3-0

3.00

IPE

xxxx

Optional-I

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

15.00

IPE

4102

Machine Tools and Machining Sessional

0-3

1.50

IPE

4000

Project and Thesis

0-6

3.00

 

Sub Total=

9.00

4.50

 

Total=

24.00

19.50

 

Year-4 / Semester-2

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

4201

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

3-0

3.00

IPE

4203

Industrial and Business Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

xxxx

Optional-II

3-0

3.00

IPE

4205

Quality Management

3-0

3.00

 

Sub Total=

15.00

12.00

IPE

4206

Industrial Simulation Sessional

0-3

1.50

IPE

4208

Business Communication Seminar

0-3

1.50

IPE

4000

Project and Thesis

0-6

3.00

 

Sub Total=

9.00

6.00

 

Total=

24.00

18.00

 

 

Total Credit Hours =

 

156.00

 

Optional Courses

Subject Code

Subject Name

T-S

Credits

IPE

4011

Advanced Materials and Processes

3-0

3.00

IPE

4013

Micro-manufacturing

3-0

3.00

IPE

4015

Emerging Trends in Manufacturing Technology

3-0

3.00

IPE

4017

Intelligent Manufacturing

3-0

3.00

IPE

4019

Process Dynamics and Adaptive Control

3-0

3.00

IPE

4021

Energy and Environment Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

4023

Marketing Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

4025

Technology Management

3-0

3.00

IPE

4027

Entrepreneurship Development and Micro- Industries

 

3-0

 

3.00

IPE

4029

Organizational Behavior

3-0

3.00

IPE

4031

Total Quality Management

3-0

3.00