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Welcome to the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech.

The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) has achieved national and international prominence through its tradition of unparalleled excellence and leadership in research, education, and service. This distinction is due to ISyE's world-class faculty, top-notch students, outstanding curricula, and extensive research focusing on improving quality of life.

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  • Alumni Spotlight: Phillip Deutschler, IE 2006

    Phillip Deutschler, IE 2006, admits that when he graduated, he didn’t fully appreciate the flexibility his degree would eventually afford him. It wasn’t until later that he realized that the value of his experience at ISyE reached beyond what he learned in the classroom and it became increasingly apparent when he delved deeper into his career.

  • Alumni Spotlight: The View from the Top

    Lee Burrell graduated from ISyE's one year Master of Science in Supply Chain Engineering in 2012. He found ISyE’s top-ranked program a bit intimidating – at first. Since graduating, he's gone on to work on global logistics projects for some of the world's top companies in a multitude of industries.

  • How to Help Humanitarian Aid

    The humanitarian tragedies unfolding around the world have left many wondering what they can do to help. The Georgia Tech Health & Humanitarian Logistics Center uses science to improve areas of humanitarian need. Julie Swann, co-director of the center and associate professor in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, offers advice to those who want to help struggling areas.

  • Ben Haaland Joins ISyE as Assistant Professor

    Ben Haaland joined the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering as an assistant professor.

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