The Electronics program engages in funded applied research projects with an emphasis on enhancing undergraduate education. It is through the exposure to "real-world" projects that students are prepared to be immediately productive in their careers. The faculty has three primary areas of applied research:
The Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution Department is a unique blending of engineering and business knowledge and methods. Our faculty combine this with their many areas of interest to produce a highly sought after research product that is second to none.
Research Areas by Program
Electronics Engineering Technology
Industrial Distribution - Global Supply Chain Laboratory
Industrial Distribution - Thomas and Joan Read Center
Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology
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The Global Supply Chain Laboratory (GSCL) is a Texas A&M Industrial Distribution Program laboratory utilized to educate our students, create cutting edge solutions for wholesale and industrial distribution channels, and provide answers to Distribution and Supply Chain Management (SCM) challenges. The lab conducts research projects to solve distribution industry problems. Projects areas include Inventory classification (ABC stratification), Forecasting, purchasing planning, distribution network optimization (asset management), logistics planning, distribution channel analysis, application of performance metrics, Enterprise Resource Management (ERP) process and functionality improvements etc. The lab also assists distributors and manufacturers with technology implementation, process automation and training to better manage their assets and increase profitability. The Supply Chain systems Laboratory also offers education and training to industrial distributors and manufacturers. The educational programs are research based, innovative, proven, and cutting edge methods developed at Texas A&M's Industrial Distribution Program. For More Information please visit: http://id.tamu.edu/research-solutions/global-supply-chain-laboratory
The Thomas and Joan Read Center for Distribution Research and Education applies both advanced research skills and a thorough understanding of distribution to every project. Our experts, who merge long standing industry experience with the latest developments in academia, conduct both primary and secondary research for manufacturers, distributors, professional associations and publications.
Our expertise lies in the following major areas with in the field of Industrial Distribution.
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The Manufacturing & Mechanical program has an active research program that spans from theoretical work, industrial applications, and education in areas that pertain to manufacturing processes and systems. MMET's research program is characterized by collaborations with other disciplines and industry, and the participation of undergraduate and graduate students. Currently the faculty members have research activity in the following broad areas:
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