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Stuart Kellogg, Ph.D., P.E.

Professor of Industrial Engineering

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Work Infomation
Job Title:        Professor and Coordinator of Industrial Engineering
Key Responsibilities:      Coordinator of Industrial Engineering
Coordinator of Technology Management  
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Office Phone:         (605) 394-1271
Fax:           (605) 394-2405


Personal Statement
Hello again - my name is Stuart Kellogg and I have worked here at the School of Mines as an Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering since 1990.  Prior to that I worked for 3 years at the University of Miami, 2 years as a Visiting Professor at the University of Texas, and I spent 10 years as a flyer and operations research officer with the United States Air Force.  Currently, I serve as coordinator for the industrial engineering and technology management programs.  My research interests vary from numerical probability models to pedagogical issues related to engineering education.  My teaching responsibilities here at Tech vary, but lately I have been enjoying teaching courses related to current industry trends in business, management, and process reengineering.

My wife and I both grew up in South Dakota and we are happy to have the opportunity to return to our roots and share in the opportunities to help South Dakota grow and prosper.  We live in an old history house on West Boulevard and spend much of our summers working on various renovation projects.  We also like to spend much of our summers hiking and camping in the beautiful Black Hills with our four children.


Research Areas
In addition to pedagogical issues related to engineering education, my  research interests include applied and numerical probability models in the industrial environment. I have taught a variety of statistical courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels including probability and statistics, regression, and experimental design.  In addition, I have taught a number of  industrial short courses in probability and statistics, project management, and quality control.  Client companies have included  IBM in Austin Texas, Gateway, SCI and Landstrom's Jewelry.  I have produced a set of independent study modules in probability and statistics that are suitable for Internet delivery. A distribution evaluator and maximum likelihood estimator are included as companion software for the course. I have published works in the Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Proceedings of IIE Research Conference, Proceedings of the Frontiers in Education Conference, Quality Engineering, and Proceedings of the Joint Statistical Meetings. I am a member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers and the American Society for Engineering Education.  A detailed vita may be found at