Young B Moon
Young B Moon is William J. Smith Professor in Manufacturing Enterprises and Department Chair of the Department of Mechanical
and Aerospace Engineering at Syracuse
University. Moon serves as the Director of the Institute for Manufacturing Enterprises, and has served as Kauffman Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
and the faculty coordinator for the SAP
University Alliance program.
Moon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Seoul National University, Seoul Korea, a Master of Science degree in
Engineering and Engineering Management from Stanford University, and a Ph.D.
degree in Industrial Engineering
from Purdue University. His
doctoral research was carried out in the NSF
Engineering Research Center (ERC) for Intelligent Manufacturing
Moon is a P.E.
(Professional Engineer) licensed in the state of New York, a CFPIM (Certified
Fellow in Production and Inventory Management), and a CMfgE
(Certified Manufacturing Engineer).
Professor Moon teaches courses and conducts research in
the areas of CyberManufacturing Systems, Sustainable Manufacturing, Product Realization Processes and
Systems, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems, Systems Modeling
and Simulation, Computer
Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), and
Engineering Education. He has had extensive interactions with industry
and has published over 100 journal and conference publications.
He is on Editorial Board for several international journals. He is
active in a variety of capacities with numerous professional
including INCOSE, ABET, ASEE,
IFIP and SME.
Scholar, Dr. Moon has held visiting positions in various
organizations such as MIT (Massachusetts
Institute of Technology), KAIST
(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, Univerza na Primorskem, Univerzitet u Sarajevu, Instituto Federal Fluminense, Universidade de São Paulo, Universidade Estadual Paulista, NIST (National Institute of Standards and
Technology), HP Labs (Hewlett
Packard Labs), and Windsor