Teaching

At ISU:

IE 248 Engineering System Design, Manufacturing Processes and Specifications (Fall 2017, Fall 2018, Fall 2019)

(2-2) Cr. 3. Prereq: MATH 166 and PHYS 221. Credit or enrollment in I E 101 and MAT E 273.
Introduction to metrology, engineering drawings and specifications. Engineering methods for designing and improving systems. Theory, applications, and quality issues related to machining processes.

ENGR 160 Engineering Problems with Computer Applications Laboratory (Spring 2018)

(2-2) Cr. 3. Prereq: MATH 143 or satisfactory scores on mathematics placement examinations
Solving engineering problems and presenting solutions through technical reports. Significant figures. Use of SI units. Graphing and curve-fitting. Flowcharting. Introduction to mechanics, statistics and engineering economics. Use of spreadsheet programs to solve and present engineering problems. Solution of engineering problems using computer programming languages. (The honors section includes application of programming to mobile robotics).

IE 544x Micro/nano Scale Additive Printing (Fall 2018)

(3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: IE 348 or similar manufacturing engineering course

This is a graduate course on introduction of micro/nano scale additive manufacturing and deep understanding of additive printing for micro/nano scale applications. The students are expected to finish a team projected related applying additive printing experimentally or theoretically.

IE 447/547 Biomedical Design and Manufacturing (Spring 2020)

(3-0) Cr. 3. Prereq: Undergraduate students with three semesters or less before graduation while graduate standing for graduate students
Exploration of biology, materials, body mechanics, manufacturing, quality control, and ethics and the intersection of these subjects as they relate to biomedical manufacturing.

Before ISU:

Summer 2016: ISE 315 Introduction to Computer-Aided Manufacturing

Summer 2016: ISE 316 Manufacturing Engineering I – Processes

Fall 2016: ENGR 1133 Engineering Graphics

Fall 2016: ENGR 2112 Solid Modeling and Analysis

Fall 2016: MENG 1310 Manufacturing Processes

Sprig 2017: ENGR 1133 Engineering Graphics

Spring 2017: ENGR 2112 Solid Modeling and Analysis

Spring 2017: MENG 1310 Manufacturing Processes

Summer 2017: MENG 1310 Manufacturing Processes

Contact Information

Dr. Hantang Qin

Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering
3019 Black Engineering Building
College of Engineering

Center for Nondestructive Evaluation
215A ASC II, 1915 Scholl Road

Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011

Phone: (515) 294-1248
Email: qin@iastate.edu

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