Areas of Focus
While the Internet of Things is getting increased attention among stakeholders in industry and government across all markets and countries, the Physical Internet is progressively considered as an approach worthy of consideration in rethinking the global supply chain.
As part of the Dutch-Flemish mission, Georgia Tech’s Supply Chain Logistics Institute inked a memorandum of understanding with Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics, or DINALOG, and the Flemish Institute for Logistics, or VIL, to share research on technology in the movement of goods.
Georgia Tech, in collaboration with The National University of Singapore, officially launched the Center for Next Generation Logistics on July 24, 2015 in Singapore. The inauguration ceremonies were attended by 150 industry and government representatives and included presentations by the provosts of both universities.
The Executive Masters in International Logistics & Supply Chain Strategy (EMIL-SCS) program celebrated its 15th anniversary with a special Reunion and Summit in Vancouver, BC from June 24-26, 2015.
On May 16th, 27 practitioners from around the world completed the professional certificate program in Health & Humanitarian Supply Chain Management at Georgia Tech, offered by the Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems (HHS).
Out of thirty teams of undergraduate students from ISyE, The Home Depot team took home first place at the Spring 2015 Senior Design Competition.
As President Luis Guillermo Solis comes to Atlanta next month to recruit investors from sectors like information technology and medical devices, he will be highlighting programs that engage the country on a more enduring level.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute at Georgia Tech is pleased to announce a sourcing and procurement short course will be offered in Brunswick, Ga., on June 23-25, 2015, in conjunction with the Brunswick & Glynn County Chamber of Commerce.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) at Georgia Tech, the world’s largest supply chain and logistics research and education enterprise, recently opened an office on the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus.
Former head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER), Anthony Banbury, will share lessons learned from Ebola response logistics in West Africa as the keynote speaker at the 2015 Conference on Health and Humanitarian Logistics next November 18-20th in South Africa. Registration for the conference is now live on the conference website- please see more information in link attached.
George Nemhauser, widely considered to be one of the world’s top optimization researchers, is receiving the Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award.
Launching courses, seminars and more on Georgia Coast with the opening of its office at GT Savannah campus
Faculty, staff and students use logistics to help save lives across the globe through Tech’s Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems.
The truth is logistics in all its forms is big business in Georgia. The state is the fifth largest overall logistics employer in the nation and rising fast. The Georgia Centers of Innovation has identified more than 12,300 logistics providers that employ more than 140,000 people. In addition, there are more than 33,000 logistics-consuming companies that critically rely on the efficient flow of freight to operate their business, according to the Center of Innovation for Logistics.
The Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering's (ISyE) graduate program maintained its top ranking once again in the 2016 edition of the U.S. News & World Report.
Every university brags about its alumni, but how many can call a country’s president one of its graduates? Georgia Tech can.
The CDC Senior Design team, who placed as finalists in the Fall 2014 Senior Design Competition, can add another accolade to their project – taking home first place in the Technical Paper Competition at the IIE Southeast Regional Conference at Mississippi State University.
Georgia Tech’s NextBuzz system, developed by ISyE Professor John Bartholdi and team in conjunction with Georgia Tech’s Parking and Transportation Services office, received the prestigious Innovation award by the Georgia Transit Association for its implemented innovative ideas and problem-solving techniques in its transit system.
Benoit Montreuil joined the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering this January as the Coca-Cola Material Handling & Distribution Chair.
Professor Sigrún Andradóttir and Professor Dave Goldsman have received this year’s Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award by the Georgia Tech Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) for their excellence in teaching at Georgia Tech.