Areas of Focus
The Capstone Design Expo returned to McCamish Pavilion on December 7, 2021, for the first time since the fall of 2019. Many of the participants were in-person, but teams also included online...
As the 2021 holiday shopping season continues, consumers are once again finding shelves empty, from simple products like cream cheese and sports drinks, to complex goods like cars and appliances...
This award is given by the Women in OR/MS Forum of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences to celebrate and recognize a person who has significantly contributed to the...
This year’s Amazon Supply Chain Systems Design Track Fellows include Ajinkya Rege, Yesh Shah, Pavitra Tagore, Jamel Thompson, Léo Pham Van, and Benjamin Fan.
The award honors individuals “who have made outstanding contributions to the social, technological, and educational aspects of the manufacturing profession.”
This esteemed honor is given annually for a body of work to a scholar who has made fundamental, sustained theoretical contributions in OR/MS.
A. Russell Chandler III Chair and Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck and his team look at transportation through a different lens.
In this Q&A, Valerie Thomas, professor and Anderson-Interface Chair of Natural Systems, offers her perspective on energy efficiency in the home.
Claude Bernier is VP of Information Technology at South Shore Furniture. Claude brings 37 years of experience and leadership in information technology, process automation, enterprise architecture...
Yao Xie’s project aims to build a bridge between statistical hypothesis testing and modern machine learning.
Ph.D. students Haden Boone, Jorge Huertas, and Hanyu Zhang are the recipients of three ISyE fellowships. You can learn more about them in the profiles published here.
Georgia Tech researchers have been awarded a $2.5M NSF Smart and Connected Communities Grant to develop systems improving travel mobility, safety, equity and sustainability.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million Stage 2 Civic Innovation Challenge grant to a team led by Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck to pilot an On-Demand Multimodal Transit System...
The Georgia Tech Center for Composite and Hybrid Materials Interfacing, led by ISyE's Chuck Zhang, intends to dramatically improve how composite and hybrid structures are joined and repaired.
Thomas, an expert in life cycle assessment, sustainability, and science and technology policy, will lead the committee's considerations of direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions.
Jason DeLoach is VP of Supply Chain Engineering Solutions at Americold. Jason brings 27 years of experience and leadership in Supply Chain Strategy, Analytics, Design, Engineering, and...
In an article published in the ISE magazine from the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Chen Zhou discusses the moral complications of supply chain optimization.
Pascal Van Hentenryck leveraged the virtual format of the camp to partner with high schools and the nonprofit Kids Teach Tech, reaching 150 students across all five camps.
The Brookings Institute recently convened a virtual panel of manufacturing experts that included ISyE's Ben Wang.
The grant’s co-PI is Elizabeth Mynatt, director of the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) at Georgia Tech—IPaT’s expertise in technology for “aging in place” will play a...
Georgia Tech received two National Science Foundation Artificial Intelligence Research Institutes awards, totaling $40 million. Over the next five years, Georgia Tech will make a substantial...
AI4OPT is bringing together the fields of AI and mathematical optimization to achieve research breakthroughs in automated decision making that separately are unattainable.
Experts share their thoughts about the holiday shopping season
Sahinidis joins ISyE as the inaugural Gary C. Butler Family Chair, with a joint appointment in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Through their projects, Senior Design teams "Watt-lanta" and "Improving the Children's Condition" produced solutions that have made a direct -- local -- community impact.
TI:GER is a three-semester program offering an immersive practical education that teaches participants how to transform ideas into successful technology innovations.
New findings say that although Covid-19 vaccinations are gradually increasing nationwide, disparities exist among vaccination rates across race and geographic areas among Georgia’s counties.
The continued practice of mask wearing and social distancing during ongoing vaccinations could help stem a potential surge in Covid-19 cases, particularly as more infectious variants emerge.
Goldsman, who also directs ISyE's master's programs, plans to use this professorship's funds to help attract elite students and academic visitors to the School.
Lan will use the professorship's funds to pursue applications for stochastic and nonlinear optimization models in large-scale data analysis.
The grant will fund expansion of the team's Covid-19 Simulator to project how quickly states can return to normal activities given vaccine uptake.
Twenty-six teams comprised of 197 students from the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering completed projects across a wide variety of industries.
Thomas will use the chair's funds to focus on higher profile projects examing the role of land and forests in the combined systems of industry, energy, climate, nature, and people.
The award honors outstanding original research presented as a paper at the annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference that has had a significant commercial/societal impact.
Among other tasks, the committee will examine Covid-19 vaccine dissemination both regionally and globally, with an eye toward implications for flu vaccine distribution.
Two ISyE faculty members have been honored with Institute-level teaching awards from the Georgia Tech Center for Teaching and Learning.
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) announced that George Lan has been promoted to the rank of professor.
The 2022 USNWR graduate program rankings have been released, and for the 31st consecutive year, Georgia Tech ISyE is in the top spot.
In his 60-year-long academic career, George Nemhauser developed theory and applications that profoundly shaped the field of operations research. He spent 35 years at ISyE.
In this Q&A, Nemhauser reveals the career accomplishment he's most proud of and what he foresees for the field of operations research, among other topics.
ISyE Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck leads an interdisciplinary Georgia Tech team that was selected for an award in the Communities and Mobility category.
Headquartered in the hills of northwest Arkansas, Thomas' retail-tech startup, Oculogx, uses AR wearable devices to make warehouse order picking faster and more accurate.
Alexopoulos is the first person to receive both awards in the same year.
National Science Foundation-funded competition supports ready-to-implement, research-based pilot projects with high potential for scalable, sustainable, and transferable impact on community-...
Election to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) is one of the highest professional distinctions accorded an engineer.
ASQ cited Shi for creatively devising and implementing engineering-driven data fusion methodologies to achieve IPQI in manufacturing systems.
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...