Welcome to Industrial Engineering

The history of Industrial Engineering Institut Teknologi Bandung  (ITB) started in 1950s, pioneered by Prof. Dr. Matthias Aroef.

In 1958 several new courses were introduced in the curriculum of Mechanical Engineering Program, such as management, statistics, production engineering, cost estimation, and engineering economics. In 1963-1966 a number of students graduated from Mechanical Engineering Program with concentration on Production Engineering.

The establishment of Industrial Engineering as a specific undergraduate program, independent from the Mechanical Engineering Program, was initiated in 1968. On January 1st 1971 the Industrial Engineering Undergraduate Program, Bandung Institute of Technology was officially established as a part of Faculty of Industrial Technology (Fakultas Teknologi Industri or FTI).  Further development of Industrial Engineering Program can be seen as the following.

 

Period Development
1973-1979 Early Industrial Engineering education had been focused on Production System. In this period the scope was expanded and courses related to systemic approach were introduced as elective courses.
1979-1982 In addition to the core Industrial Engineering courses, management contents were included in the curriculum.
1982-1987 Manufacturing System was introduced as an integrated learning model in the curriculum
1987-1993 Elective courses were grouped into 7 areas: (i) Production System, (ii) Ergonomics, (iii) System Planning and Optimization, (iv) Industrial Management, (v) Techno-Economics, (vi) Industrial Development Strategy, and  (vii) Transportation and Distribution
1993-1998 Industrial Engineering education was focused on two concentrations: (i) Manufacturing System and (ii) Industrial Management
1998-2003 Industrial Engineering education was focused on the development of competencies to design integrated systems (the definition of integrated system refers to IIE’s definition of Industrial Engineering)
2003-2008 Integration of bachelor, master, and doctoral programs as a linear stream. The curriculum development was based on trends on professional requirements and development of Industrial Engineering knowledge.
2008-2013 In addition to 2003-2008 curriculum, ABET criteria were applied as the reference in the curriculum development. Laboratory experiments in the curriculum were further enhanced and integrated.
2013-2018 The main building of IE-ITB was renovated in order to enhance academic (education and research) activities.