Director of Graduate Programs, IMSEI
- Phone: 919.515.3808
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: 4162 Fitts-Woolard Hall
Steven D. Jackson is currently the Director of Graduate Programs for the Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering Institute (IMSEI) at NC State. After obtaining his undergraduate engineering degree, Steve spent several years as a designer and design department head at an aircraft ground support equipment manufacturing company where he implemented product-focused organization and closer cooperation between design, production planning, and manufacturing personnel. He was later vice president, then president of a computer-aided manufacturing software firm where he worked in product development and general company management.
Following two years at a New York investment firm, Steve’s continued interest in manufacturing systems prompted his return to Raleigh for the IMSEI graduate program where he received his degree in 1993. Steve’s career has given him the opportunity to visit numerous manufacturing facilities and deal with a wide range of problems. He lives in Raleigh with his wife Carolyn, daughter Mary and son Will.
- Process monitoring evaluation and implementation for the wood abrasive machining process
- Saloni, D. E., Lemaster, R. L., & Jackson, S. D. (2010), Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 10(11), 10401–10412. https://doi.org/10.3390/s101110401
- Determining the economics of new moulder configurations
- Morales, L., Lemaster, R. L., Jackson, S. D., & Hodgson, T. J. (2009), Forest Products Journal, 59(11-12), 60–66. https://doi.org/10.13073/0015-7473-59.11.60
- A sensor for measurement of friction coefficient on moving flexible surfaces
- Ramasubramanian, M. K., & Jackson, S. D. (2005), IEEE Sensors Journal, 5(5), 844–849. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2005.845205
- Abrasive machining process characterization on material removal rate, final surface texture, and power consumption for wood
- Saloni, D. E., Lemaster, R. L., & Jackson, S. D. (2005), Forest Products Journal, 55(12), 35–41.
- A material allocation scheme for optical fibre cable manufacturing: a case study
- Hodgson, T. J., Jackson, S. D., Qu, P., & Cannon, R. E. (2004), International Journal of Production Research, 42(16), 3271–3279. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207540410001688400