Brianna Cochran has co-founded VAILS, a startup that will enable people to design and 3D-print artificial nails to their personal specifications.
Associate Professor Turgay Ayer created a model showing that treating prisoners with Hepatitis C is the most effective way to eradicate the disease.
ISyE alumna Maithili Appalwar co-founded Avana, which provides simple technologies to help farmers store water.
Christos Alexopoulos and Dave Goldsman are providing the Marine Corps Logistics Base with models and methods to improve process efficiency and supply chain.
The annual summer camp introduces high school students to principles and applications of industrial engineering.
ARC serves as Georgia Tech's "think thank" for the theory of computing and optimization.
Georgia Tech, the city of Atlanta, and the SAM Lab use data and machine learning to look at how on-demand multimodal transit could improve traffic congestion and mobility.
Fourth-year Tess Denniss fell in love with the Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors when she joined the organization in her second year.
Cummings’ project is titled “Algorithms, Incentives, and Policy for Data Privacy,” under the NSF Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace program.
Mei's promotion will be effective in mid-August.
Nagi Gebraeel and Damon Williams each received the Student Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: Class of 1934 Award.
According to ISyE Professor Pinar Keskinocak, COVID-19 needs pandemic clinics focused on treating it and keeping it away from non-COVID patients.
For the 30th consecutive year, ISyE's graduate program has been ranked No. 1 by USNWR.
ISyE third-year Stavan Shah is president of Startup Exchange, the largest organization of its kind on Tech's campus.
Thousands of people focused on the future of Georgia Tech by helping us complete phase one — visioning and drafting — of Georgia Tech’s strategic planning process. Now, the process moves into the...
ISyE Professor Pinar Keskinocak and her team have developed a model that better matches flu vaccine supply with actual regional demand.
In announcing Shapiro’s election to the prestigious organization, the NAE commended him for “contributions to the theory, computation, and application of stochastic programming.”
ISyE alumnus Kofi Smith leads teams to new heights.
George Tower approved to house the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering in Tech Square Phase III.
Industrial engineering graduate Raianna Brown was selected to dance at Super Bowl LIV with Shakira.
When it comes sustainability, the ISyE third-year practices what she preaches.
In his appearance on the SCN episode, Karan discusses why millennials make for excellent hires in this industry.
Under Romeijn's tenure as School Chair, ISyE has remained the No. 1 program of its kind nationally.
Keskinocak has been an engaged member of INFORMS since early in her academic career, and the presidency represents the pinnacle of her involvement.
Steimle earned her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and joined ISyE in January 2020.
Fourth-year Ndeyanta Jallow is this year's president of GTSBE, an organization that has defined her Georgia Tech experience.
Fourth-year Pooja Juvekar is the latest in a long line of SGA presidents from ISyE. Her preparation for this position began early in her college career.
As ACGS, Dey will work to ensure the continued excellence of ISyE's graduate programs and implement new intiatives to strengthen them.
The Cornerstone class helps train ISyE students to develop, write, and present problem-solving proposals using ISyE methodologies in advance of Senior Design.
The winning team, "Sky's the Limit," worked with Delta Air Lines In-Flight Services. This is the 2nd time an ISyE team has received the top Capstone award.
The award is given to a COE staff member who advocates for a positive and productive culture, works to support and develop successful cultural practices, and strives to make a difference.
While working on her Ph.D. and MBA, Isabella Sanders has earned two master's degrees along the way.
ISyE Professor He Wang is working with a startup company in San Francisco to design an on-demand marketplace for long-haul freight transportation in the U.S.
Dr. Valerie Thomas is working with two Georgia Tech colleagues to create the Rwanda Study Abroad: Sustainable Development Program.
Her parents and sister all graduated from Tech, and many of them aren't stopping there.
Mentra is an app created by two Georgia Tech students to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities in developing job skills and finding employment.
Seven teens with the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice received certificates for completing Georgia Tech’s Logistics Education And Pathways program on November 13, 2019.
To address the many challenges within the energy industry, ISyE created the Workshop on Energy Systems and Optimization.
The A. Russell Chandler III Chair endowment enhances ISyE’s ability to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars to a position of academic leadership in ISyE.
The Mellos endowed this professorship specifically for faculty working in the field of health care delivery operations.
A. Russell Chandler III (BIE 67) established the endowment fund in order to enhance the ability of ISyE to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars.
The interdisciplinary SAM Lab is working to improve Atlanta's traffic problem by making public transportation more user-friendly and convenient.
Manhattan Associates/Dabbiere Chair and Professor John Bartholdi III passed away on October 29, 2019. He made important contributions to the supply chain field.
In order to help future generations learn more about industrial engineering as a potential career choice, ISyE has increased educational outreach efforts.
Ph.D student Amanda Chu and master's students Daniel Kim and Jin Noh presented the winning policy brief on the case challenge's theme on homelessness and public health.
In this interview, ISyE fourth-year Jill Riley discusses her passion for Tech's traditions and how the Ramblin' Reck Club has shaped her Georgia Tech experience.
Numerous ISyE faculty members and Ph.D. students received recognition for their research.
Keskinocak discusses using OR and analytics to save lives and money before and after distasters occur.
As ACR, Erera will work with ISyE’s faculty members to develop and sustain their research programs. This includes fostering relationships with funding agencies, foundations, and industry.
As ACIE, Van Hentenryck will, among other responsibilities, lead the development of “blue sky” initiatives and build strategic partnerships.
ISyE alumnus A. Russell Chandler III (BIE 67) established the endowment fund in order to enhance the ability of ISyE to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars.
Colby Chiles is Vice President of Delivery for The Home Depot. He is responsible for strategy, execution, and customer experience for all appliance, store, online, and Interline deliveries.