Research Institute for Manufacturing and Engineering Systems, RIMES
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Welcome

Welcome to the Research Institute for Manufacturing and Engineering Systems (RIMES). RIMES was created in 1995 as the Institute for Manufacturing and Materials Management (IM3). We have recently renamed the Institute while maintaining its focus on Manufacturing and Materials Management. The institute has also evolved and taken the lead in focusing on the research of new knowledge of systems and its applications to Manufacturing and Engineering Systems.

As part of UTEP, the Institute is committed to education. Members of the staff teach classes, sponsor research at the University, and are encouraged to participate in seminars, conferences and lectures. The institute has a long history of collaboration with private industry. We are committed to continue and expand this synergy.

If you are an engineer who wants to help solve today's business problems and meet your future career goals, our Graduate Certificate Program is perfect for you. The program employs an interdisciplinary approach based on an "entire view" of missions and operational environments. It combines the capabilities of platforms, systems, operators, and support to fashion solutions that meet customer needs.

- Dr. Bill Tseng, Director

Latest News

Article of El Paso Times: UTEP top producer of Hispanic engineers.
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Interested in internships and social networking with remarkable companies? So do not miss this upcoming event on April 25th and 26th, 2013. REGISTER NOW: The 5th Systems Engineering Day at UTEP.
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The year was started off with the attendance of the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA) hosted by the White Sands Chapter. The conference took place at the Wyndham hotel and ran through January 24-27, 2012.
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SE students will be returning this semester to the NASA Texas Space Grant Consortium. The students will be participating in a design competition in which they will be designing a Mars Waterworks System to retrieve and store water.
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