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IECOM (Industrial Engineering Competition) is a competition revolving around industrial engineering knowledge and skills that organized by Keluarga Mahasiswa Teknik Industri (MTI), an organization consisting of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management undergraduate students of Bandung Institute of Technology. IECOM has been held 5 times during the past 8 years in the national and international level and has gained an astounding success for being one of the most prestigious competitions in Indonesian industrial engineering academic society. And now, once again, we will challenge all of the Industrial Engineering students from South East Asia, China, and Australia region to participate in IECOM 2014.

1. To apply industrial engineering competencies and knowledge in real systems especially for industrial sectors. To increase the participants- and the overall Industrial Engineering studentscompetencies and knowledge in general to prepare them for their work in the future. To give participants a chance to share industrial engineering knowledge and competencies among the participants coming from a variety of universities that in the region of South East Asia, China, and Australia. To provide the industrial engineering students who participate in this event a chance to expand their global network.




More often than not, sustainable development is only associated with the environmental aspect of it, resulting in what is commonly referred to as green sustainable development. In truth, sustainable development has three main focus aspects; environmental, economic, and social sustainable development. All of those three clearly have affected the people of industries, both employees and customers, and also the society at large. Given said nature, sustainable development has an extensive application and contribution in any type of industry.

Environmental sustainable development in general is about enabling companies to strive despite the limitations of technology and natural resources to meet the needs of present and future generations. It covers the role of an organization in pursuit of healthier environment, reduced pollution (air and liquid wastes), and efficiency in the use of all the resources (time, energy, human, etc). Efforts that companies have made in support of the environmental sustainable development movement can be waste processing, efficient use of material, quality engineering (defects minimizing), logistic control (green logistics, reverse logistics), waste management, production planning control (energy efficiency and time), etc. Economic sustainable development aims at improving living standards by generally reducing costs and increasing current and future profit. This can be done in all areas extensively and integrated from efforts to control the process, production control, quality engineering, risk management, information management, logistics, product innovation, organizational restructuring, ergonomics, and many other small aspects in an organization. The impact these efforts created can be seen on the people (the welfare of employees), on customers (price is competitive and products are high value-added), and on society (economic growth, human resource development, social activities). The sustainable development efforts undertaken in the previous two aspects also have their impact on society. Thus, in social life, improvement occurred not only through CSR program but also directly as empowerment of human resources in the organization's activities (as labor), physical development projects (facilities and infrastructure), and so forth. At the corporate level, this is linked to efforts to improve the profitability and reputation of the company by way of corporate strategy along with the update in Interchangeability of time and environmental conditions. Strategic management was instrumental in developing the corporate strategy to create sustainable competitive advantage. Sustainable competitive advantage is done internally through optimization resources, the creation of core competences, and special capabilities.

According to the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) : Industrial engineering is concerned with the design, improvement, and installation of integrated system consisting of people, materials, information, equipment, and energy it draws upon specialized knowledge and skill in the mathematical, physical, and social sciences together with the principles and methods of engineering analysis and design in order to specify, predict, and evaluate the results to be obtained from such system.

IECOM 2014 invites students majoring in Industrial Engineering (or any other study programs relevant to the above definition of Industrial Engineering) from universities located in the Southeast Asia, China, Hong Kong and Australia region. Participants will compete in teams of 4 (four) members each. Each team member must be a student enlisted in an undergraduate engineering program described above. All team members must come from the same university. Each university is only permitted to register a maximum of 3 (three) teams for the online selection stage.

The online registration will be opened on September, 11th 2013 until October, 25th 2013. All participants will be required to fill their personal details on our website (, upload CV/resumes, student cards, recent photograph, and submit a scanned letter from their respective universities, confirming their status as current students. The online registration is free. Each university is only permitted to registered a maximum of 3 (three) teams for the online selection stage. If there are more than 3 teams registered from the same university, only 3 first teams will be accepted.

Participants will be notified of their eligibility to participate through our website, by email, and/or by phone. The online selection is a multiple choice assessment consisting of 45 questions that will test each teams knowledge in all fields of IE (will be detailed in competition content syllabus). This online selection will open on October, 28th 2013 until November, 4th 2013 in our website ( Terms & Conditions of Online Selection: All participants will be classified into 3 categories, according to the region : 1. Region A, universities located in Java Island, Indonesia 2. Region B, universities located in outside Java Island, Indonesia 3. Region C, universities located outside Indonesia

Subject to change. Any change will be immediately announced through our website (

Each university may register a maximum of 3 (three) teams for the online selection stage. However, only 1 (one) team with the best score will be compared to other best teams of other universities. The online selections scores will be ranked separately for each region. 7(seven) best teams from region A, 3 (three) best teams from region B, and 5(five) best team from region C will be taken and get opportunity to continue to the country finals in Bandung.


Teams who have passed the online selection will be announced in our website ( and contacted via email and/or by phone on November, 8th 2013. Each team will then need to confirm, pay registration fee, and upload their proof of payment to our website or our email before November, 17th 2013. Teams who fail to fulfill the registration fee will be forfeited and their slot(s) will be given to other teams from the same region, based on the online selection ranking. The Registration fee for each team : IDR 2,000,000 / USD 200

The best 15 who will come to country finals in Bandung will be announced through our website, by email, and/or by phone on December, 1st 2013.

The country finals will be held in Bandung, Indonesia on January, 11th 2013 until January, 18th 2013. The country finals consist of Elimination Rounds and only top 5(five) teams are chosen to proceed through the Grand Finale. The committee will provide the accommodations, transportations, foods and beverages during teams stay in Bandung. The committee will not, however, be responsible for teams transportation to and from Bandung. Further details will be informed through email and/or by phone from our liaison officer team.

1st winner: US$ 3500 and certificate 2nd winner: US$ 2500 and certificate 3rd winner: US$ 2000 and certificate


If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the commitee via contacts below. We will gladly respond to any concern you might have . Contact Person Nathania : +6287824781247 / Adelein Layadi : +62817120401/ Kevin Harsono : +6281908871820 / Email Website



Design and Analysis of Information System

Information and its system in controlling process and decision making process, methodology for information system development, system analysis, system requirement analysis, system design, standard architecture, and information system implementation process. Concept of simulation system and its position among others problem solving approach, steps in simulation modelling, random number generator, random variable generator, simulation output analysis, simulation model verifications and validation, system configuration comparison analysis, variance reduction technique, experiment design on simulation study and development of simulation scenario. Management History, Management and organization, Role of managers, organization culture, modification and application in organization design, organization development Introduction to Psychology, human behavior, organization behavior, introduction of human resource development, work related, individual differences Accounting Process, financial report, concept of cost, direct material cost, direct labor cost, indirect factory cost, order costing, process costing, by product and joint product, standard costing system, variance analysis, and break event analysis Definition of science economy, utility, supply and demand, elasticity, production theory, cost of production, market structure, national income and production, consumption, investment and saving, banking institution and money, fiscal policy, international trade

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Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development

Business concept, stakeholders, and business environment, business initiation, business plan, marketing plan, operation aspect, financial aspect, and business process improvement. The course provides knowledge and basic skills for designing and making business plan Definition and scope of engineering economics, cash flow, concept of time value of money, present equivalent value, annual value, internal rate of return, payback method, profitability index method, sensitivity analysis, depreciation, inflation and deflation, replacement analysis, tax analysis, public investment cost-benefit analysis History of Marketing management, Analyzing consumer markets, analyzing business market, identifying segments, targets, and positions, making price policy, place policy, product policy, and promotion policy, designing and managing integrated marketing, managing retailing, wholesaling and logistics, managing mass communication, global market, e-business, market strategies

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Marketing Management

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Industrial Planning and Optimization System 1 Systems Modelling System and system thinking, problem solving and system modelling, problem formulation process, mathematical modelling process, modelling with deterministic mathematical model, formulation, modelling with stochastic, parameter estimation, model analysis and validation, model implementation, class project I : deterministic model, class project II : stochastic model, theoretical problem modelling, complex system modelling Daellenbach, H. G. & McNickle, D. C. 2005. Management Science-Decision Making Through Systems Thinking. USA : Palgrace Macmillan.

Operations Research I

Introduction to operational research, principle of optimization and the role of analytical solution for problem solving, linear programming and methods for finding solution, duality theory and sensitivity analysis, matrix form simplex method, improved simplex method, algorithm for problem with restricted variable, decomposition algorithm, transportation problem, transhipment problem, and assignment problem, goal programming and integer programming Network analysis, dynamic programming, markov chain, queuing theory and its application, game theory

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Operations Research II

Industrial Statistics

Role of inferential and descriptive statistics, introduction to inferential statistics, sampling theory, central limit theorem, estimation process, basic of hypothesis test, process of hypothesis test, regression analysis and correlation, variance analysis and introduction ti experimental design, non-parametric statistics. Concept and framework of logistic system, structural aspect system analysis, functional aspect system analysis, design of logistic system, planning and controlling of logistic system Project in contemporary organizations, strategic management and project selection, the project manager, negotiation and the management of conflict, the project in the organizational structure, project activity planning, budgeting and cost estimation, scheduling, resource allocation, monitoring and information systems, project control, project auditing, project termination

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Inventory and Supply Chain Management Project Management

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Multivariate Data Analysis

Data analysis, principal component analysis, factor analysis, regression analysis, discriminant analysis, variance analysis, correlation analysis, cluster analysis, multidimensional scaling, structural equation modelling.

Hair, J. F.,etc. 2006. Mutivariate Data Analysis, 6th ed. Prentice Hall.

Industrial Manufacturing 1 Quality Assurance and Control Concept of quality, quality management and assurance, product quality dimension, quality control principle of process and design, statistical process control, design of quality control chart and quality improvement trough design, implementation of quality system. Basic modern manufacturing process, casting process, plastic forming process, metal forming process, metal plate forming process, machining process theory, tools technology, machining machine and operation, grinding process, welding process Lean manufacturing concept, just in time, theory of constraints, load oriented manufacturing system, project based production planning and control, strategic production network and supply chain system, enterprise resource planning Montgomery, D. C. 2009. Statistical Quality Control, 3rd ed. New York: Wiley.

Manufacturing Process

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Production Management System

Production Planning and Control

Definition of production, manufacturing, and manufacturing system, production planning and control cycles, forecasting method, aggregate production planning, master production schedule, inventory control, material requirement planning, capacity planning, shop floor control and scheduling, purchasing control Concept and basic model of automation system, industrial electric diagram, logic gate and electronic circuit, industrial control equipment, theory and basic of control system, data communication and local area network in a manufacturing system, programmable logic controller, numerical programming and control, hard and soft automation Introduction to design, design using CAD, geometric construction, basic technical drawing, dimensioning, assembly drawing, product documentation, advanced topics Introduction to facility design, approaches to facility layout design, facility requirement calculation, SLP (Systematic Layout Planning), production activity, non-production activity, mathematical model for layout problem, basic algorithm for layout problem, computer aided layout design, evaluation selection and implementation, group technology layout, advance algorithm for layout problem, material handling, storage and warehouse Introductions to ergonomics, information processing and sensing system, anthropometric ergonomy, work biomechanics, display and control equipment design, work safety, introduction to macro ergonomics. Introduction to work charts and operation analysis tools, method for work system design, time study, predetermined time system, work sampling. Introduction, anthropometric data, muscle strength evaluation, biomechanical models, biomechanical job analysis, whole body and segmental vibration, manual material handling, sitting posture, working posture, evaluating manual work

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Basic Industrial Engineering Design Facility Design

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Project Financing

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Finnerty, J. D., Ph.D. 2007. Project Financing: AssetBased Financial Engineering, 2nd ed. Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Head of Industrial Engineering Student Union Imam Nugraha Head of IECOM 2014 Committee Kevin Harsono Treasurer 1 Lola Treasurer 2 Anisa Puspita Sari Secretary 1 Felicia Tantiana Secretary 2 Astrid Retnaningtyas Marketing Davina Andini Fundraising Nila Layla Melinda Design and Production Muhammad Juliansyah Publication Aini Khoirunnissa Web Programming Fauzan Azhiman Media Partner Aqcaya Hizni Documentation Andi Dananto Content Veronica Natasha Adelein Amazing Race I Gusti Agung Gede Subrata Quiz Amanda Rizki Maharani Simulation Eva Nurfadilah Grand Finale Joseph Sebastian Widagdo Liaison Officer Nathania Event 1 Amelia Deasy Event 2 Anisa Agtriani Grand Seminar Pitra Syahirul

Gala Dinner Yasmine Kurnia Cultural Night Puti Bungo Visit Bandung Aditya Parama Closing Aulia Deasy Operational Glen Kristianta Surbakti Accommodations Annisa Ayu Putri Logistic Rifqi Cakti Bramudyo Licensing Evan Naratama Transportation Fuad Aziz