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On behalf of ICAST-MIE-2016, The committee pleased to invite you to participate in a Two-day international conference meeting with a moto of contextual Science and Technology in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering for Enhancement Welfare of the community. The meeting will be held at BiT Hallon June 17 & 18, 2016. The ICAST-MIE-2016 4TH International Conference on the advancement of Science and Technology to be hosted by Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.  

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 Go to http://www.bit.bdu.edu.et/icast-mie-2016/ Click on the http://www.bit.bdu.edu.et/icast-mie-2016/content/registration-form (or Abstract Submission) then click on registration or the following link http://www.bit.bdu.edu.et/icast-mie-2016/user/register?destination=node/46   then you have to do is write your name and email address for the given form available on the link. http://www.bit.bdu.edu.et/icast-mie-2016/user/register 

if you provide correct email address the website will automatically send to you an email with confirmation link so that you can easily upload your abstract and your detail personal information for the advisory and documentation committee for further evaluation and examination.   Full paper submission will be announced soon after your abstract submission evaluation.

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Secretary

 

[Shimelis T.]

 

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Consistent with the American Society of Industrial Engineers (ASIE), Industrial Engineering is concerned with the design, improvement and installation of integrated systems of labor, materials, equipment and space. It draws on specialized knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, social, and computer sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, measure, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such systems. 

The Industrial Engineering program has been started at Mekelle University in 1997 as a department and in the following year it started offering the program at Bahir Dar University. A graduate program in Industrial Engineering was then introduced in 1998/99 at Addis Ababa University.

When an Industry is established, it needs an integrated system in order to optimally use all types of resources. However, in developing countries like Ethiopia, business owners think to be profitable without bothering to systematically integrate and optimize organizational resources. This implies that they do not think strategically to be competitive in the companies’ long term existence. In this regard, the key contributions of Industrial Engineers in the Industrial transformation of Ethiopia need to be clearly estimated some of which are to enhance the technology and productivity of Ethiopian Industries, to devise methods of simplifying manufacturing processes, to improve quality of products, and to exceed customers satisfaction.

Due to the fact that Ethiopian companies are not fully integrated with the global supply chain, they encounter less competition from their counterparts in the other part of the world. Different studies have also showed that Ethiopian industries have quality problems of their products and processes. In reality, however, if Ethiopian companies cannot make themselves ready to sustain the near future’s competition they may face from the global competition, it is so difficult to predict that these will stay long in the market. It can be simply observed that companies which are established via Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) have relatively well defined production systems than that of locally owned manufacturing establishments.

On the other hand, it can be observed that the involvement of local investors in the manufacturing industry is limited. This is resulted from the fact that they can get attractive profits by simply involving in the service industry. In these cases also, it is difficult to imagine that short-term profits are strategic solutions for Ethiopia. Rather, establishing manufacturing industries which are capable of competing in the global market is the only long-term solution for Ethiopia’s industrial transformation.

Industrial Engineers have to lead or contribute their hands more than any other engineering profession in the country’s industrial transformation process. As a result, this consultative forum is intended for making Industrial Engineering to have a common understanding on their contribution in the country’s transformation process; to deal with designing a means that Industrial Engineers can contribute a combined effort in the industrialization process; and eventually to pave a way to communicate with stakeholders in general and with the industrial community in particular.

 

As of recent years however, the academic and industrial community has expressed the requirement of graduates of different specializations in Industrial Engineering with innovative skills to take part in the country’s academic, economic, industrial development. It is believed that the industrial transformation process needs highly trained & skilled Industrial Engineers.

Adopted from ,A proposal for: A High Level Industrial Engineering Forum 

Theme: “Industrial Engineers – Prospects for Engineering & Accelerating Ethiopia’s Industrial Transformation”  Organizer: Faculty of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, BiT

 

S.No

Instructor’s Name

Course title

Total Load (ELH)

Rank /position

1

Dr. Muluwork Kahisay

Heat transfer

15.0

Assistant Professor.

Advanced Thermodynamics

Convection and Two Phase Flow

2

Mr. Yonas Mitiku

Product Testing

4.5

Assistant Professor./D/Scientific Director

3

Dr. Solomon T/Mariam

Gas turbine and jet Propulsion

5.3

Assistant Professor./Home grown coordinator

 Cogeneration and Waste Heat Recovery Systems

20.33

Turbo machinery

Instrumentation and Process Control

4

Dr Abdukadir Aman

Computational Fluid Dynamics & Heat Transfer

23

Assistant Professor./Thermal chair

Advanced solar energy engineering

Energy auditing and analysis

Advanced Fluid Mechanics

5

Dr Niguse Mulugeta

Solar Energy Collection and Storage

12

Associate Professor. /Continuing education dean

.

   

Renewable  Energy technology

   

Seminar I

6

Prof.Manucha

Advanced Finite Element Methods

7.5

Professor

Advanced Finite Element Methods

Seminar I

7

Dr. Teshome

Metal Forming Theory and Practice

10.5

Assistant Professor.

Department Elective – I

8

Dr Assefa Semare

Tolerance Technology

5

Assistant Professor./ Manufacturing chair

 

   

Holistic exam

 
   

Thesis advising

 

9

Dr Wang  Zhiwei

Automotive Electrical and Electronics System II

11

Assistant Professor.

IC Engine and reciprocating machine

10

Mr Achamyelh Aemro

Computerintgrated Manufacturing

21.5

Assistant Professor.

Machin drawing I

Workshop Technology        

11

Rajalu

Metal Cutting Theory and Practice

10.5

Assistant Professor.

Production & Operations Management

12

Zelalem Masresha

IC Engine and reciprocating machine

Lecturer/ Automotive  chair

 13

Alemye Moges

Maintenance of Machinery & Installation

12

Lecturer

14

Amare De milie

Workshop Technology

5

Lecturer/ Technology transfer

15

Abiy  Wogayehu

Metal Processing Industries

10.67

Lecturer

16

Gesessew Likeleh

Production Engineering I

8

Lecturer/ purchasing dean

17

Tefera Eniyew

Production Engineering I

8

Lecturer/ BiT registrar

18

Addisu Negash

Machine Design Project I

21

Lecturer

Holistic exam

 

19

Dawit Boga l

Material Handling Equipment

16.0

Lecturer

Design of Machine Elements II

20

Gebeyehu Ayalew 

Engineering Materials I

21.33

Lecturer

21

 Mulu Kibret

Jigs, Fixtures, Tool and Die design

9.3

Lecturer

22

Tessfa Kelemu

Machin drawing I

20

Lecturer

23

S Moorty

Material Handling Equipment

12.3

Lecturer

24

Tes home Bekele

Thermodynamics I

8.0

Lecturer

25

Ephra me Zeleke

Product Design Principles

4.33

Lecturer/ Mechanical design chair

26

Biruk Girma

Mechanism of Machinery

24

Lecturer

Strength of Materials II

27

Ze menu Tsehay

Strength of Materials II

10.7

Lecturer

28

 Abduhakim Shikur

Machine Design Project I

24.7

Lecturer

Design of Machine Elements II

29

W/ro Sewent Alemu

Strength of Materials II

5.3

Lecturer/ UIL Dean

30

Samue al Belet

Metrology

14.0

Lecturer

31

 Reji Kumar

Power plant Engineering

20.7

Lecturer

Refrigeration and air condition

Thermodynamics I

32

Getye Mekonen

Maintenance of Machinery & Installation

12

Lecturer

33

Netsanet Adgeh

Appropriate technology

7.3

Lecturer

34

Mehari Kumilachew

Computer Aided Manufacturing

5.33

Lecturer/ Student dean

35

Fetene Teshome

Maintenance of Machinery & Installation

12

Lecturer/ Kaizen officer

36

Kindu Wondem

Machine exercise laboratory

24

Lecturer

37

Mss Senait Taddese

Machine exercise laboratory

16.0

Lecturer/ FMIE Ass registrar

38

Mohamedanuar Eshetu

Workshop Technology        

10

Lecturer

39

Tayachew Fikre

Regulation and Control

24

Lecturer

Instrumentation and Measurement

Advanced Mechatronics

40

Muluken Zegeye

Thermodynamics I

8.0

Lecturer/ FMIE dean

41

Dessie Tareekegn

Thermodynamics I

12.0

Lecturer

42

Million Asefa

Fluid mechanics II

24.0

Lecturer

Fluid mechanics

43

Wudu  Wondmagegn

Workshop Technology

5.34

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

44

Aragaw Mulu

Computer Aided Manufacturing

14.33

Lecturer

Machin drawing I

45

Tamirat Demeke

Trubo machinery

21.3

lecturer

Finite element method

46

Temesgen Assefa

Trubo machinery

21.3

lecturer

Finite element method

47

 Biresaw Belsti

Construction Equipment

14.7

lecturer

IC Engine and reciprocating machine

48

Tsegaye Gebru

Finite element method

25.3

lecturer

Thermodynamics I

49

Kemal Hamid

Automotive Electrical and Electronics System II

11

Lecturer

Automotive maintenance

50

Endalkachew  tsegay

suspension and ride control

16.7

Lecturer

Motor vehicle engineering

IC Engine and reciprocating machine

51

Biresaw Belsti

IC Engine and reciprocating machine

22

lecturer

Motor vehicle engineering

52

Amelake Alemu

Machine exercise laboratory

8.0

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

53

Firew Tullu

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

54

Dagne Assefa

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

55

Yared Abraha

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

56

Abid Abdu

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

57

Addisu Yenesew

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

58

Temesgen Asefa

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

59

H/Mariam Mola

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

60

Abiyu Mersha

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

61

Amare Mahitsentu

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

62

Bisrat

Engineering Drawing

6

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

63

Fentahun Ayu

Introduction to Engineering Profession 

2

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

65

Mikael ekibu

Introduction to Engineering Profession 

2

Assistant lecturer & MSc student

School of Computing and Electrical Engineering has conducted a workshop on awareness creation on the use of ICT.

The 18th annual conference of Ethiopian society of Mechanical Engineers (ESME) are conducted in Addis Abeba, Friendship International hotel on March 30, 2014
Theme of the year

“Certification and Ethics of Mechanical Engineers towards improving the quality of products and services”

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