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ISyE is proud to announce that it has retained its national No. 1 ranking for the 22nd consecutive year, according to the U.S. News and World Report Best College Rankings.
ISyE and the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute are proud to announce that the first four students have been selected as Amazon Masters of Science in Supply Chain Engineering Supply Chain Systems Design Track Fellows. The awarded fellowships are for the amount of $12,000 each.
The M.S. of Analytics program is actually one of several relatively new master’s degrees involving the College of Engineering that have a strong professional emphasis – two others being a master in supply chain engineering and a master of biomedical innovation and development. Together, the degrees demonstrate a remarkable level of agility from the nation’s largest engineering college, particularly in the ability to forge robust academic offerings that answer the fast-emerging needs of industry.
Georgia Tech's undergraduate supply chain programs have been ranked No. 6 among North American undergraduate programs by Gartner.
The ACM Special Interest Group on Electronic Commerce (ACM SIGecom) has presented ISyE professors John Bartholdi and Craig Tovey with the Test of Time Award for two different papers.
In May 2016, the Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems (HHS) successfully completed its fifth professional certificate program in Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Management.
Numerous studies have shown that patient demand on hospital emergency departments (ED) has increased exponentially, and that demand is only growing each year. Thanks to an interdisciplinary undergraduate team of students from Georgia Tech, the web-based application FindED.io finds the lowest wait times for non-ambulance arrivals to local hospital emergency rooms.
ISyE alum and Cisco supply chain expert Subhash Segireddy explains his passion for supply chain engineering, and his two-year participation in Cisco's Leadership Development Program.
ISyE alumna Shelly Ballard is a supply chain engineer with a humanitarian focus.
The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) is pleased to announce that Georgia Tech has elevated it to a new status: Interdisciplinary Research Center (IRC). SCL is one of a handful of successful units that have been given this designation to further enhance interdisciplinary research and educational program development.
As the East Coast braces for blizzard-like conditions, some may grumble about weather-related closings of schools, workplaces and government offices. They may look at the weather reports and think it is all much ado about nothing. While that may be true in some areas, Pinar Keskinocak and Julie Swann, co-directors of Georgia Tech's Health & Humanitarian Logistics Center, say leaders must make decisions about closings and preparations early -- even when there is still uncertainty about weather conditions.
Georgia Tech alumni Stan Chia, SVP of Operations at GrubHub, is working with ISyE James C. Edenfield Chair and Professor Martin Savelsbergh to optimize the delivery network in order to ultimately deliver a superior diner, restaurant, and driver experience.
Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) Assistant Professor Alejandro Toriello has been awarded a prestigious CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).The $500,000 award begins in mid-May 2016 and lasts for five years.
Georgia Tech is now offering a dual degree option allowing students to combine an MBA with an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in programs within the College of Engineering and College of Computing.
ISyE Professor Nagi Gebraeel has been named to an appointment as Georgia Power Associate Professor in the College of Engineering.
This is a story about George L. Nemhauser, the A. Russell Chandler III Chair and Institute Professor in Georgia Tech’s Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE). It’s not a story that recycles his lengthy list of notable professional accomplishments; rather, it reveals what his presence on the ISyE faculty has meant in terms of leaving what, by any fair-minded assessment, has proven to be not only an indelible mark of quality, but one that has been fundamentally transformative to the School.