Dr. George L. Hodge
Assistant Dean Graduate School
TT Program Director
Textile Engineering, Chemistry, and Science
- Enterprise Integration
- Supply Chain Management and Logistics
- Lean Manufactuirng
- Electronic Commerce
- Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
- Information Systems: SCM, ERP, MES
- Information Quality
- Data Mining
- Microelectromechnaical Systems (MEMS)
- Engineering Economics
Most Recent Publications
1. Hamilton, B. J., Oxenham, W., Hodge, G. L., Thoney, K. A. (2012). "Optimal data use in staple yarn manufacturing". Journal of the Textile Institute , 103 (5) , 499-507.
2. Ievtushenko, O., Hodge, G. L. (2012). Review of Cost Estimation Techniques and Their Strategic Importance in the New Product Development Process of Textile Products. Research Journal of Textile and Apparel , 16 (1) , 103-124.
3. Chaudhry, H., Hodge, G. (2012). Postponement and supply chain structure: cases from the textile and apparel industry. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management , 16 (1) , 64-80.
4. Hamilton, B. J., Oxenham, W., Hodge, G. L., Thoney, K. A. (2012). Optimal data use in stable manufacturing. Journal of the Textile Institute , 103 (5) .
5. Hodge, G. L., Goforth, R. K., Joines, J. A., & Thoney, K. (2011). Adapting lean manufacturing principles to the textile industry. Production Planning & Control , 22 (3) , 237-247.
Dr. Hodge is the Assistant Dean for Program Development in the Graduate School at North Carolina State University.
Dr. George Hodge's areas of research include: supply chain management, electronic business, data mining, information quality, and enterprise integration. He has served on the board of the APICS Textile and Apparel Specific Industry Group and has worked with this group in surveying the various types of information systems used in the textile industry. He was involved with creating the IBM CIM facility that is housed in the department's Management Systems Lab. He served on the board for the Computer Integrated Manufacturing in Higher Education (CIM/HE). Dr. Hodge currently teaches courses in the Textile Supply Chain Management concentration. In 1994 he was selected as the college's Outstanding Teacher of the Year. He has also served as faculty advisor for Delta Kappa Phi. Dr. Hodge received his Ph.D. from N. C. State in Industrial Engineering, MS degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Ohio State, and BS degree from N. C. State in Nuclear Engineering. He has worked for Carolina Power and Light Company and the Nuclear Services and Training Laboratory at The Ohio State University.
TAM 217 Business of Textiles
TAM 480 Operations Management Decisions for Textiles
TAM 485 Textile Computer Integrated Enterprise
TAM 486 Textile Supply Chain Management
TTM 501 Textile Enterprise Integration
TTM 502 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems for Textile Manufacturing
TTM 588 Global Perspectives in Textile Supply Chain Management
| Student Name
(click for link to NCSU
|Chaudhry, Hassan||Postponement Strategies in the Textile and Apparel Industries.|
|Hamilton, Brian||Process and Product Data Management for Staple Yarn Manufacturing.|
|Echeverria, Claudia||Yarn Specifications and Performance Metrics for Short Staple Yarn Manufacturers.|
|Allen, Reece||Performance Measurement of Textile and Apparel Supply Chains in Developing Countries.|
|Adapting Lean Manufacturing Principles to the Textile Industry.|
|Wagoner, April||Plant Floor Scheduling Systems in a Lean Environment.|
Weave-Room Performance Decision-Making Process in Textiles: Mapping An Information Engineering Methodology.
Applicability of Data Mining in Yarn Manufacturing.
Leveraging Technology and Creativity among Self-Employed Textile Artists and Designers Through the Use of Geometric Software.
|Cagle, Christine Michelle||IMPROVING THE COMPETITIVENESS OF
|Cesca, Lynsey Anne||Economic Competitiveness in the Global Textile Supply Chain: Examination of Logistics Cost Structures|
|Erenli, Husnu Murat||Branding Model for the Apparel Manufacturers/Marketers and Soft goods Retail Industries|
|Gahide, Severine Francoise||Exploration of Micromachines to Textiles: Monitoring Warp Tension and Breaks during the Formation of Woven Fabrics|
|Gupta, Deepak Kumer||An Analysis of the Disruptions in the U.S Apparel Manufacturing Industry and Identification of Continuity Planning Strategies|
|Jones, Michael Andrew||Factors Affecting Governmental / Trade Disparities Among Nations|
|Karpe, Yatin Surendra||Weave-Room Performance Decision-Making Process in Textiles: Mapping An Information Engineering Methodology|
|Kobaner, Can||Economic Analysis of using MEMS technology for monitoring warp tension and breaks in weaving|
|Lauer, Christopher||Improving the Competitiveness of US Textile Manufacturers with E-business Initiatives Related to Supply Chain|
|Nowell, Candace Hope||Market Competitiveness in the Global Textile Supply Chain: Examination of Supply Chain Configurations|
|Schertel, Stacey Lee||DATA MINING AND ITS POTENTIAL USE IN TEXTILES: A SPINNING MILL|
|Uncu, Sedef||CUSTOMIZED INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT DECISIONS: An Exploration into the Textile and Apparel Decision-making Process|
|Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, 1990
North Carolina State University
|M.S., Industrial and Systems Engineering, 1983
Ohio State University
|B.S., Nuclear Engineering, 1978
North Carolina State University