Management Science and Engineering

By Wed, 25 Dec 2013 GMT


Direction A: Technology Management and Knowledge Management

This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and applications of technology management, knowledge management, and quality science and engineering.

Direction B: Systematic Engineering and Project Management

This direction focuses on the below research areas: project decision making and evaluation, project risk management, project operation management, management of decision making, and innovation management.

Direction C: Knowledge Engineering and Information System

This direction focuses on the below research areas: knowledge representation, knowledge acquisition, knowledge assimilation and accommodation, knowledge fusion, as well as theories, methodologies, technologies and applications of information system.

Direction D: Quality Science and Engineering

This direction focuses on the below research areas: theories and applications of quality management, theories and technologies of quality control, theories and technologies of quality engineering, and quality and standardization management.

Secondary discipline: Resource Cyclic Management Engineering

This secondary discipline combines traditional theories of environmental engineering, with advanced theories of cyclic economics and management science and engineering. It aims at the below research areas: resources cycling in society, economy and engineering from the perspective of cyclic resource management technology, informatization of cyclic resource, and development of cyclic economy.