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SAIIE29: 24 - 26 October 2018, Spier, Stellenbosch: Call for Papers

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Thursday, 18 January 2018 12:59

It is with great excitement that SAIIE invites you on a journey of

We cordially invite our IE professionals to the 29th Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute for Industrial Engineering, the premier conference of industrial engineering and related disciplines on the African continent. The conference gives industry, organisations, academics, and government the opportunity to showcase cutting edge practice and research. Delegates will benefit from networking opportunities to exchange ideas, to gain insight from peers and to engage with the most up to date thinking in industrial engineering.

Besides these personal growth opportunities, delegates will earn CPD points for attending the conference. Peer-reviewed papers will be published in the conference proceedings, earning publication credits. The best papers will be reviewed and published as full journal papers in a special edition of the ISI-listed South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, without further editing required.

Abstracts are invited for both the FULL PAPER and ABSTRACTS ONLY tracks. Academic and Industry submissions are encouraged for both tracks. Once the abstracts have been accepted, you have the option to submit a full paper. All papers will be subjected to a double-blind peer review process in accordance with the requirements of the Department of higher Education and Training. All abstracts should be submitted electronically on the following website: http://conferences.sun.ac.za/index.php/saiie29/

For more information, please find attached Call for Papers.



SAIIE29 1st Call for papers DRAFT v2.pdf 332.6K 18 Jan 18 10:56

Last updated Thursday, 18 January 2018 10:59

SAIIE Newsletter: December 2017

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Wednesday, 17 January 2018 08:58

Please find attached the SAIIE December 2017 Newsletter. 


SAIIE Newsletter_Vol 11_ Dec 2017_Final.pdf 1.2M 17 Jan 18 08:58

Changes on the SAIIE website

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Tuesday, 1 July 2014 14:42

The SAIIE team has created a:

1. Career Module (jobs, vacancies)

By the click of a button, this will allow:

  •          Companies to advertise positions available
  •          As a member you can apply for these positions

Select the option for

  •          Companies to view your CV

 For the effective operation of this function, SAIIE members are requested to PLEASE complete their CVs online – the service is Free and GRATIS!

2. Knowledge-share Platform

If you have ever faced a situation where you were seeking industry information with

  •          no one to talk to
  •          no forum to consult

this is the answer!

 You can

  •          add links
  •          post videos and
  •          images
  •          subscribe to interesting topics being discussed
  •          share what you have learned or experienced

3. Two events calendars

  •          SAIIE annual conference
  •          Online training and smaller seminars/workshops

View these and register to attend!

PS Where applicable events will be linked to the CPD Manager!

4. CPD Manager

The SAIIE team realised they could assist the members by managing their CPD points. The

CPD Manager will:

  •          track your CPD points
  •          pro-actively advise you when points are needed, and
  •          in which category, plus
  •          where you can find the necessary seminar/workshop, etc.

 5. Secure online payment

  •          options, and
  •          up to date information

Please view your statement online and update your personal details and become part of the SAIIE online community!

SAIIE has walked the extra mile to add value for our members. Now it is your turn

  •          to make use of the initiatives, and
  •          please provide feedback to enable us to cater for your needs!


Meeting the Demand for SIPs Scarce Skills: Industrial Engineering: Occupational Team Feedback Report 2

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Monday, 14 April 2014 13:30

Refer to the attached file.


SIPs Scarce Skills in Industrial_Engineering - Report 2 - version 4.pdf 1.4M 14 Apr 14 13:30

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