Areas of Focus
Recent ISyE graduate Can Zhang's research matches discarded medical supplies with beneficiaries in developing countries.
From among 24 ISyE teams, four – Cycle-Ops, FLEETCOR, Shaw Industries, and Textron were selected as finalists in the ISyE Best of Senior Design competition.
Professor Catherine Ross of Georgia Tech and Kyle Shelton of Rice University in Houston sat down with WABE’s Rose Scott to talk about the proposed mass transit expansion in Atlanta.
Tuesday April, 17th Professor Derya Demirtas will present on public access defibrillator location under demand and supply uncertainty. Professor Demirtas is a visiting faculty in the Industrial and Systems Engineering and in the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems at Georgia Tech. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Business Information Systems at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. (Read more via the link above)
The Outstanding Professional Education Award recognizes a faculty member for their contribution to the field of professional education at Georgia Tech.
In this interview, third-year Karan Agrawal discusses his passion for supply chain and how he founded Tech’s premier supply chain organization: APICS at Georgia Tech.
For the 28th consecutive year, the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering’s graduate program has been ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report.
ISyE announced that Turgay Ayer has been promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective August 15, 2018.
Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems, Valerie Thomas has been awarded the Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award by the Faculty Honors Committee.
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The aim of the 10th annual Health & Humanitarian Logistics (HHL) Conference is to provide an open forum to discuss the challenges and new solutions in disaster preparedness and response, long-term development and humanitarian aid, and global health delivery. The conference platform encourages learning and collaboration within and across institutions; promotes system-wide improvements in organizations and the sector as a whole; identifies important research issues; and establishes priorities for nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), corporations, and the government in terms of strategies, policies and investments.
ISyE announced that Nagi Gebraeel has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
ISyE announced that Joel Sokol has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
Design and Incentive Decisions in Humanitarian Supply Chains
ISyE professor Jan Shi has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering’s Class of 2018. Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer.
George Family Foundation Assistant Professor at the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering Turgay Ayer is conducting research focused on developing decision support tools to make optimal hepatitis C treatment decisions.
In this interview, ISyE alumna Yuxi Wu talks about her particular interest in humanitarian supply chain and her current role with UNICEF in Amman, Jordan.
An Algenol-Georgia Tech team that includes ISyE Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems Valerie Thomas is working to produce ethanol from cyanobacteria.
ISyE Assistant Professor Yao Xie has been working with the Atlanta Police Department to create an algorithm that finds connections between crime incidents.
Out of twenty four teams of undergraduate students in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE), the Emory Winship Senior Design Team took home first place in the Fall 2014 Senior Design Competition.
Teams from the Georgia Institute of Technology are recipients of four grants recently announced by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The funding is designed to support research that will strengthen U.S. manufacturing and innovation performance across industries.
Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant aimed at training undergraduate students, particularly veterans, in the fundamental principles of advanced manufacturing science and technology and entrepreneurship.
A new online tool takes the guesswork out of developing individualized catch-up immunization schedules by allowing parents and health care providers to easily create a schedule that ensures missed vaccines and future vaccines are administered according to approved guidelines.
Georgia Tech systems engineers are using computer models to help resource-poor nations improve distribution of breast milk and non-pharmaceutical interventions for malaria. They are also forecasting what health care services would be available in the event of natural disasters in Caribbean nations.
Georgia Tech is among the top U.S. public and private institutions invited to be part of the World Economic Forum’s Knowledge Advisory Board, a group of senior representatives from the foremost 200 universities worldwide that will advise the forum on how to engage with academic partners and the field of higher education.