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Adolfo Rocco, a graduate student assistant studying under SCL faculty members Alan Erera and Alejandro Toriello, recently earned his PhD after successfully defending his thesis "Service Network...
Raheem Beyah has been selected as Georgia Tech’s new dean and Southern Company chair of the College of Engineering. Beyah is currently Georgia Tech’s vice president for Interdisciplinary Research...
For its 2020 Humans of the Year series, Motherboard selected 20 scientists, engineers, and visionaries who have done remarkable work to make the world a better place.
In a new paper, a team of ISyE researchers confirm that non-pharmaceutical interventions can help slow the spread of Covid-19.
Eighteen teams of ISyE students navigated a compressed semester, social distancing requirements, and technical difficulties in collaboration to do remarkable work for a broad range of clients.
This recent addition to the SCL research ecosystem is dedicated to leveraging immersive technologies to enhance human capabilities for engineering and managing supply chains and logistic systems...
To make the best use of available resources, a team led by Harold E. Smalley Professor Chuck Zhang and Gwaltney Chair in Manufacturing Systems and Professor Ben Wang
developed a machine-...
When the FDA approves one or more Covid-19 vaccines for emergency use -- likely by mid-December -- this will launch a public health and logistics initiative unlike any in U.S. history.
This article highlights four College of Engineering faculty members who - because of instructional challenges imposed by Covid-19 -- have taught outside the box this semester.
Overtaxed supply chains and unreliable delivery dates will likely inform the 2020 holiday shopping experience.