DEPARTMENTS

IEEE-TEM is organized into three departments: Engineering Management, Technology Management, and Emerging Technologies

IEEE TEMS defines Technology and Engineering Management along the following perspectives:

  • Moving Product/Services from Idea to Market
  • Identifying and Implementing Successful Projects, and Systems
  • Developing from Engineer to Leader
  • Integrating Technology for Capability and Productivity
  • Mastering the Challenges of Regulations, Policies, and Standards

Our departments cover these areas as indicated below:

  1. Engineering Management

This department covers the following areas:

  • Identifying and Implementing Successful Projects, and Systems
    • Project Management
    • Models and Methodologies
    • Manufacturing and Supply Chain Systems
  • Developing from Engineer to Leader
    • People and Organizations, Social Issues and Sustainability
  • Mastering the Challenges of Regulations, Policies, and Standards
    • Design
  1. Technology Management

This department covers the following areas:

  • Moving Product/Services from Idea to Market
    • Technology Assessment, Forecasting, Planning and Transfer
    • Managing Technological Innovation – New Product/Service Development R&D Management
    • Entrepreneurship
  • Integrating Technology for Capability and Productivity
    • Information Technology
    • Digital Technologies, and Analytics
  1. Emerging Technologies

This section will focus on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, internet of things and space travel. We will explore how these technologies change the nature of work. We want to make sure that we work with our colleagues in national labs and governments across the world in achieving this goal.

Department Editors

ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT

  • Identifying and Implementing Successful Projects, and Systems
    • Project Management
      • Peter Love, Curtin University, Australia
      • Nuno Gill, University of Manchester, UK
    • Models and Methodologies
      • Bin Jiang, DePaul University, USA
    • Manufacturing and Supply Chain Systems
      • Srinivas Talluri, Michigan State University, USA
    • Developing from Engineer to Leader
      • People and Organizations, Social Issues, Sustainability
        • Suzanna Long, Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA
        • Marina Dabic, Nottingham Trent University, UK
      • Mastering the Challenges of Regulations, Policies, and Standards
        • Design
          • Claudia Eckert, The Open University, UK

TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

  • Moving Product/Services from Idea to Market
    • Technology Assessment, Forecasting, Planning and Transfer
      • Frank Tietze, University of Cambridge, UK
    • Managing Technological Innovation – New Product/Service Development, R&D Mgmt
      • Nitin Joglekar, Boston University, USA
      • Leonardo Santiago, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
      • Oliver Yu, Stanford University, USA
    • Entrepreneurship
      • Elias Carayannis, George Washington University, USA
    • Integrating Technology for Capability and Productivity
      • Information Technology
        • Bernard Tan,  National University of Singapore, Singapore
      • Digital Technologies, and Analytics
        • T Ravichandran, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

  • Industry Applications
    • Dirk Meissner, Higher School of Economics, Russia
  • Breakthrough Technologies
    • Steve Walsh, University of New Mexico, USA
    • Saku Makinen, Tampere University of Technology, Finland
  • Applied Technologies
    • Sven Schimpf, Fraunhofer Group for Innovation Research, Germany

 

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