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  1. #1
    MS in US Fresher
    Join Date
    Apr 2012

    Evaluate the Industrial Engg Universities

    GRE - 161 Q /154 V ; TOEFL - Yet to give ; AWA score awaited

    Majors: Production and Industrial Engg - Delhi College of Engg
    65 % ( topper 's percentage - 80)

    Work Experience : 1.3 Years in Product Lifecycle Management Domain - Customizing Mechanical Softwares for Some of world's major Automotive companies
    Worked on Core PLM Tools like TeamCentre and ENOVIA
    Data Analysis ,Consulting and MS Excel Customization for one project

    Industrial Training : Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited on Turbine Mfg and Shop Floor Management
    Caparo Maruti Ltd - Shop Floor and Efficiency Improvement using Miotion and Time study
    Bhushan Steels : Sheet Metal Mfg Processes

    Have two national level publications in Robotics
    Major Project on Submerged Arc Welding ( Mfg related )
    Currently Persuing research at IIT-D in Biomechanical Engg
    Extra Curriculars:
    Won Robotic Competitions at IIT and DCE -came first and second many times
    Android and Windows Application Development; Also won a prize from Microsoft Windows Development for Nokia Lumia ( I dont know how much is it useful for this though)
    Organized Robotics Competition in 3rd year

    Iam more interested in Human Factor / Ergonomics Specialisation for Industrial Engg , The Univs shortlisted are
    1.Purdue University West Lafayette
    2.University of Wisconsin Madison
    3.Ohio State University (I know a person PhD from here but cant get a Reco from him considering I joined recently )
    4.univ of miami ( chairman is PhD from this specialization )Ranking ?

    Kindly suggest more universities on similar lines
    Thanks in Advance

  2. #2
    MS in US Senior
    Join Date
    Dec 2012
    You can drop Univ of Miami, unless you know someone who can fund your studies. With your profile, target the top 6-25 schools. You should also consider NC State, Florida, Cornell, USC, Arizona State, RPI, and Penn State. Most importantly, you should take into account your future career goals in picking the program/specialization as programs cater to specific student requirements.

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