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Aimee Ulstad

  • Associate Professor-Clinical, Integrated Systems Engineering
  • 1971 Neil Avenue
    Columbus, OH 43210
  • 614-292-2496

About

Aimee Ulstad, P.E is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Integrated Systems Engineering Department at The Ohio State University.  Prior to joining the faculty at Ohio State, Aimee was an industry professional and practicing engineer in various engineering fields for over 30 years.  Aimee received her degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Masters in Business Administration from The Ohio State University.  She began her career as a packaging equipment engineer at Procter and Gamble, then moved to Anheuser-Busch where she worked for over 27 years.  She functioned as as project manager, engineering manager, utility manager, maintenance manager, and finally as the Resident Engineer managing all technical areas of the facility. During her tenure, the brewery saw dramatic increases in productivity improvement, increased use of automation systems, and significant cost reductions in all areas including utilities where they received the internal award for having the best utility usage reduction for 2014.   

Since joining Ohio State, Aimee has joined the American Society of Engineering Educators where she published her first paper on engineering education and is the program chair for the Engineering Economy division.  Aimee has always been active in promoting women in the engineering field and is the Ohio State Student Society of Women Engineers (SWE) section Faculty AdvisorAimee Ulstad, P.E is an Associate Professor of Practice in the Integrated Systems Engineering Department at The Ohio State University. 

Prior to joining the faculty at Ohio State, Aimee was an industry professional and practicing engineer in various engineering fields for over 30 years.  Aimee received her degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Masters in Business Administration from The Ohio State University.  She began her career as a packaging equipment engineer at Procter and Gamble, then moved to Anheuser-Busch where she worked for over 27 years.  She functioned as as project manager, engineering manager, utility manager, maintenance manager, and finally as the Resident Engineer managing all technical areas of the facility. During her tenure, the brewery saw dramatic increases in productivity improvement, increased use of automation systems, and significant cost reductions in all areas including utilities where they received the internal award for having the best utility usage reduction for 2014.   Since joining Ohio State, Aimee has joined the American Society of Engineering Educators where she published her first paper on engineering education and is the program chair for the Engineering Economy division.  Aimee has always been active in promoting women in the engineering field and is the Ohio State Student Society of Women Engineers (SWE) section Faculty Advisor