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 Cornerstone class helps train ISyE students to develop, write, and present problem-solving proposals using ISyE methodologies in advance of Senior Design.
As ACGS, Dey will work to ensure the continued excellence of ISyE's graduate programs and implement new intiatives to strengthen them.
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.
To address the many challenges within the energy industry, ISyE created the Workshop on Energy Systems and Optimization.
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.
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.
Numerous ISyE faculty members and Ph.D. students received recognition for their research.
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.
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.
Steve Ellet is Senior Vice President of the Supply Chain Design practice at Chainalytics where he focuses on applying large-scale optimization and simulation models to strategic and tactical...
ISyE has reached this remarkable milestone thanks to its outstanding faculty, students, staff, and alumni.
Equal employment opportunities may not be part of a computer’s calculations, but ISyE Assistant Professor Swati Gupta is trying to change that
The four-day program, introducing attendees to a theoretical foundation of data science, was organized by ISyE Professor and TRIAD Director Xiaoming Huo.
Dahan earned his Ph.D. from MIT and joined ISyE on August 15, 2019.
ISyE fourth-year Morgan Knowlton reflects on her experience with the Ideas to Serve Competition.
A. Russell Chandler III Chair Pascal Van Hentenryck hosts a week-long summer camp for high school students that teaches the basics of programming and computer science.
Three female ISyE students have held the top leadership positions for Georgia Tech's Society of Women Engineers. They discuss their experiences in this interview.
Hines had a long and distinguished career at the School, where he served as graduate chair for over 25 years. Under his tenure, ISyE's graduate program was ranked No. 1 for the first time.
All you have to do is drive, and along the way researchers are going to study how people behave behind the wheel.
Even in the era of high-tech commerce and increased air freight, shipping goods via oceans is still a key cog in the global supply chain.
The newest supply chain trends range from AI to omnichannel distribution. Read how these industry trends will impact future supply chains.
Tom Cuce serves as UPS President of Corporate Transportation where he manages Hub, Feeder and Air Operations, Enterprise-wide Network Planning, Global Carrier Relations and Procurement, USPS...
Georgia Tech PhD students Louis Faugere and Nayeon Kim recently received the prestigious Physical Internet Generation Award for their engagement in the Physical Internet Initiative and their...
Mukherjee’s research spans the areas of applied probability and stochastic networks.
ISyE Anderson-Interface Chair and Professor Shabbir Ahmed passed away on June 19, 2019. He made substantial contributions to the field of optimization.
While at Hartsfield-Jackson, Paige has built solid relationships with aviation executives worldwide, recruited several international passenger and cargo airlines, plus several domestic airlines...
Adam Baker serves as Amazon's Vice President of North American & EU Transportation and is responsible for network design and tactical execution as well as cost and performance management of...
“It was an incredibly enriching experience,” Conner Reinhardt said. “We were super proud to bring home that recognition for Georgia Tech.”
Students from around the world came to Georgia Tech in April for the first Data Science for Social Good Workshop.
Ozenua, who grew up in Nigeria, is passionate about optimizing systems to improve people's quality of life on the continent of Africa.
In this essay, ISyE undergraduate Morgan Knowlton discusses how the I2S competition complements her engineering studies.
Warner dances competitively with the Ballroom Dance Club at Georgia Tech.
More than 100 statisticians and engineers, from both academia and industry, gathered at Georgia Tech in honor of Coca-Cola Chair in Engineering Statistics and Professor Jeff Wu.
The Leading Edge program offers Tech students the opportunity to spend a semester working one-on-one with coaches on specific goals they want to achieve and to develop their leadership skills.
This semester, one exceptionally strong Senior Design team from ISyE – “Cisgocean” – won three different awards for their Capstone project.
Arden Baxter and Christopher Muir have been awarded two of the four total grants given by the NSF in the industrial engineering/operations research category.
After setting a goal to get involved outside of the classroom, ISyE alumna Halle became one of the most recognizable faces at Georgia Tech.
Buser accepted this year's Institute-level award at the Faculty & Staff Honors Luncheon in late April.
The program recognizes select alumni who have contributed to the profession, advanced in their careers, and enhanced the lives of others both personally and professionally.
The spring 2019 awards ceremony honored students for academic excellence, research, teaching contributions, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
ISyE Professor Nicoleta Serban has found that against recommended guidelines, a majority of publicly insured preschoolers in seven Southeastern states receive medication instead of behavioral...
Georgia Tech will present 12 papers at the conference, including one by ISyE Associate Professor Sebastian Pokutta.
M. Elisabeth Paté-Cornell spoke on applications of engineering risk analysis for the newly named LeeAnn and Walter Muller Distinguished Lecture Series.
Catherine Cooper, Casey Hodgson, José Montero Jr., Prentis Wilson, and Marty Young joined ISyE Advisory Board in the spring 2019 term.
Thorne played tennis for the Yellow Jackets as an undergraduate and is now the GT men's tennis coach.
Professor Lee is the first IE/OR engineer to be nominated and elected for this honor.
ISyE third-year Iris Liu is president of Science. Art. Wonder, a campus organization that pairs artists with researchers to create visual representations of research topics.
Santanu Dey's promotion is effective August 15, 2019.
Yao Xie's promotion is effective August 15, 2019.
This marks the 29th consecutive year that ISyE is ranked No. 1 by USNWR.
ISyE's Pascal Van Hentenryck is solving transportation issues through powerful algorithms.
The aim of the 11th annual Health & Humanitarian Logistics (HHL) Conference is to provide an open forum to discuss the challenges and new solutions in disaster preparedness...
An ORMS Today article profiles ISyE Professor Eva Lee and her trailblazing work of applying OR methods to medical questions.
Pete Devenyi serves as Senior Vice President of Global Product and Solution Management at Dematic. He was named to this position in 2018.
The Brumbaugh Award is given to the paper making the largest single contribution to the development of industrial application of quality control.
Galarza is Vice President of Coca-Cola North America Supply Chain. He has been with the company for 27 years and has worked primarily in Planning, Manufacturing, Warehousing, Transportation and...
Professor Nicoleta Serban developed a mathematical model for matching need/demand and supply for particular health care services under a series of realistic constraints.
The OMSA program is offers three tracks -- analytical tools, business analytics, or computational data analytics -- and costs less than $10,000.
Just 159 alumni from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras have been recognized in the award’s nearly 25-year existence.
ML@GT has two new MOUs with RIKEN-AIP in Japan and Fraunhofer ILS in Germany to formalize a working relationship on machine learning.
In this essay, Ségolène Muderhwa reflects on why she came to Georgia Tech and ISyE, and on the nonprofit she co-founded to help improve girls' education in the DRC.
Johnson has been an exemplary leader throughout his various careers, including here at Georgia Tech.
As a child, Brown started Tin Toy Arcade, which sells retro and vintage toys.
From a logistics and distribution perspective, the answer seems to be “why not?”.
In this interview, Jain discusses her passion for home decor and how Bent Chair is growing as a company.
ISyE undergraduate Abhita Moorthy took advantage of the program to complete a four-month internship in Santiago, Chile.
This past summer, for the first time, the SEI featured an ISyE project, and four high school teams received a crash course in IE.
The undergraduates take a full course load and spend 12 weeks in Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, and Beijing.
Georgia Tech's study abroad programs offer the Institute's faculty the opportunity to teach overseas.
The Lee B. Lusted Student Prize recognizes and supports outstanding young researchers in medical decision-making and health policy research areas.