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AC 2007 775 CONTRIBUTION OF ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONCEPTS TO ENGINEERING DESIGN Yesim Sireli University of North Carolina Charlotte Yesim Sireli is currently an assistant professor at the Engineering Management Program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte She earned her Ph D degree at the Department of Engineering Management Systems Engineering at Old Dominion University Norfolk Virginia She holds M S and B S degrees in electrical engineering and has worked as an R D engineer and a product development engineer Her research interests include customer oriented product innovation design and development decision analysis business forecasting and global product development Dr Sireli is a member of the ASEE IEEE Engineering Management Society Decision Sciences Institute ASEM Marketing Science Institute and the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi James Conrad University of North Carolina Charlotte James M Conrad received his bachelor s degree in computer science from the University of Illinois Urbana and his master s and doctorate degrees in computer engineering from North Carolina State University He is currently an associate professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte He has served as an assistant professor at the University of Arkansas and as an instructor at North Carolina State University He has also worked at IBM in Research Triangle Park North Carolina and Houston Texas at Ericsson Sony Ericsson in Research Triangle Park North Carolina and at BPM Technology in Greenville South Carolina Dr Conrad is a Senior Member of the IEEE and a Certified Project Management Professional PMP He is also a member of Eta Kappa Nu the Project Management Institute and the IEEE Computer Society He is the author of numerous books book chapters journal articles and conference papers in the areas of robotics parallel processing artificial intelligence and engineering education Martin Kane University of North Carolina Charlotte Martin Kane earned






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