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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.
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-...
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...
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.
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.
Overtaxed supply chains and unreliable delivery dates will likely inform the 2020 holiday shopping experience.
A team of 8 ISyE undergraduate and graduate students reviewed Fulton Co. polling locations and provided recommendations for resources that benefit both voters and poll workers.
The Election Day effort ties into a larger six-month project by the SSE group that focuses on providing local election officials with tools to help them better manage the voting process.
The Egon Balas Prize, which was established in 2020, is awarded annually to an early-career individual for significant contributions in the field of optimization.
The team includes ISyE Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck and the Socially Aware Mobility Lab.
The George Family Foundation has provided funding to launch the George Fellows Leadership Program for the 2020-21 academic year.
This honor is given for outstanding lifetime accomplishments and contributions to the field of operations research and analytics.
Alleviating suffering more effectively in the wake of hurricanes may require a shift in relief strategies, says the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine.
Using machine learning, the online tool can predict outbreaks in different counties across the U.S.
This marks the 26th consecutive year that ISyE holds the top position.
ISyE Ph.D. Student Isabella T. Sanders Accepts SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member Award
Wang’s research interests include revenue management, supply chain and logistics, and statistical and online learning.
Honorees represent a wide range of industries and sectors and were selected from more than 250 nominations.
Georgia Tech supply chain and logistics experts have developed an automated and centralized system for replenishing PPE stock in research labs.
Banerjee is studying the tactical design of last-mile delivery systems, which are a challenging supply chain problem.
On June 3, 2020, the Socially Aware Mobility (SAM) Lab met to discuss the resiliency of On-Demand Multimodal Transit Systems (ODMTS) in the midst of a pandemic response.
The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL) would like to congratulate participants in the Georgia Tech Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering program for earning LLamasoft's Supply...
Two Senior Design teams, working with the Georgia World Congress Center and Kinaxis as clients, were selected as joint winners for the spring 2020 ISyE Best of Senior Design competition.
In the design solutions that these seniors completed – and more fundamentally – how they completed them, were strong signals of how we can all realize incredible efficiencies.
The simulator, an interactive tool designed to inform COVID-19 intervention policy decisions in the U.S., is also available to the general public.
ISyE's Senior Design teams have successfully completed their projects despite extremely challenging circumstances.
As the coronavirus pandemic (also known as COVID-19) continues to spread in U.S. cities and around the world, experts are sharing their advice to help determine a safe path forward.
An Interview with Sam Coogan, EE ‘10, Assistant Professor and Demetrius T. Paris Junior Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The dearth of coronavirus tests and the many false negatives confront doctors with a difficult decision this new tool helps them make.
Through his expertise in predictive analytics and machine learning, Professor Gabraeel is helping NASA develop autonomously functioning habitats for use on the moon and Mars.
Christos Alexopoulos and Dave Goldsman are providing the Marine Corps Logistics Base with models and methods to improve process efficiency and supply chain.
Associate Professor Turgay Ayer created a model showing that treating prisoners with Hepatitis C is the most effective way to eradicate the disease.
Georgia Tech, the city of Atlanta, and the SAM Lab use data and machine learning to look at how on-demand multimodal transit could improve traffic congestion and mobility.
Mei's promotion will be effective in mid-August.
Nagi Gebraeel and Damon Williams each received the Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 Award.
According to ISyE Professor Pinar Keskinocak, COVID-19 needs pandemic clinics focused on treating it and keeping it away from non-COVID patients.
For the 30th consecutive year, ISyE's graduate program has been ranked No. 1 by USNWR.
Thousands of people focused on the future of Georgia Tech by helping us complete phase one — visioning and drafting — of Georgia Tech’s strategic planning process. Now, the process moves into the...
ISyE Professor Pinar Keskinocak and her team have developed a model that better matches flu vaccine supply with actual regional demand.
In announcing Shapiro’s election to the prestigious organization, the NAE commended him for “contributions to the theory, computation, and application of stochastic programming.”
George Tower approved to house the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering in Tech Square Phase III.
In his appearance on the SCN episode, Karan discusses why millennials make for excellent hires in this industry.
Keskinocak has been an engaged member of INFORMS since early in her academic career, and the presidency represents the pinnacle of her involvement.
Under Romeijn's tenure as School Chair, ISyE has remained the No. 1 program of its kind nationally.