You can stay in touch with all things SCL through our news feed or attending one of our upcoming events. SCL includes some of the world’s most experienced researchers in their fields who enjoy sharing their perspectives on a wide variety of topics. Our faculty is world-renowned and our students are intellectually curious and our alumni can be found around the globe in leadership positions within a wide variety of fields.
SCL reaches out to students, educators, businesses and the logistics community in an effort to increase exposure and accessibility to supply chain & logistics expertise through a variety of educational programs, partnership opportunities and outreach activities.
New ideas and new tools are born in the robust research environment supported by the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute. Solutions and improvements produced by researchers provide businesses with the high level of competitiveness that is critical to their success in the marketplace both at home and overseas.
Thousands of logistics and supply chain management professionals have advanced their knowledge—and their companies’ profitability—with the education they obtained through the courses and graduate degree programs offered through the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute and Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Dr. Russell Clark, a senior research scientist in Georgia Tech's School of Computer Science, engages hundreds of students each semester in mobile development, networking and network development classes, and the Internet of Things. Clark emphasizes innovation, entrepreneurship, and industry involvement in student projects and apps.
Dr. Clark is the associate director of the Georgia Tech Research Network Operations Center (GT-RNOC), which encourages research efforts across campus, and principal leader of the Convergence Innovation Competition, which pairs students and industry sponsors on novel projects. Clark played a leadership role in the NSF GENI project, leading both the GT campus trials efforts as well as the GENI@SoX regional deployment and the Software Defined Exchange (SDX). He is also active in the startup community, including roles with the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program and Empire Technologies during its acquisition by Concord Communications.
Dr. Clark received the B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from Vanderbilt University in 1987. He received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Information and Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology in 1992 and 1995.