ISyE alumnus Ted Colbert III will be honored as the 2022 Black Engineer of the Year (BEYA) at the 36th annual BEYA STEM Conference.
ISyE third-year Giorgio Trettenero shares his unique experience and perspective that come from having a complex Hispanic background.
In this interview, Valerie Thomas shares her experience riding her bike to work and her advice for people considering commuting by bike.
Fourth-year Caroline Singer is the student academics lead for CASE, an interdisciplinary center that supports the entire ISyE community.
In this Q&A, Valerie Thomas, professor and Anderson-Interface Chair of Natural Systems, offers her perspective on energy efficiency in the home.
Claude Bernier is VP of Information Technology at South Shore Furniture. Claude brings 37 years of experience and leadership in information technology, process automation, enterprise architecture...
Fourth-year Abhishek Mattipalli currently serves as the Investments Committee’s chief financial officer and is also on GTSF’s board of trustees and the executive board.
Yao Xie’s project aims to build a bridge between statistical hypothesis testing and modern machine learning.
Ph.D. students Haden Boone, Jorge Huertas, and Hanyu Zhang are the recipients of three ISyE fellowships. You can learn more about them in the profiles published here.
Georgia Tech researchers have been awarded a $2.5M NSF Smart and Connected Communities Grant to develop systems improving travel mobility, safety, equity and sustainability.
Ron Beerman, Laticia Khalif, Jennifer McKeehan, Evren Ozkaya, and Amy Wheelus joined the ISyE Advisory Board in the summer of 2021.
Arden Baxter, Henry Yuchi, and Jialei Chen are three of ISyE's outstanding Ph.D. students. You can learn more about them in the profiles published here.
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $1 million Stage 2 Civic Innovation Challenge grant to a team led by Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck to pilot an On-Demand Multimodal Transit System...
For the 27th consecutive year, USNWR ranked ISyE's undergraduate program as No. 1 in the nation. The College of Engineering is ranked fourth.
At the Spring 2021 Commencement ceremony, H. Milton Stewart (IE 1961) received an honorary doctorate from Georgia Tech in recognition of his tremendous, longtime service to the Institute.
The DEI Fellowship program was established to enhance diversity within ISyE’s faculty and graduate student body and to highlight minority experiences within the entire ISyE community.
ISyE alumnus Jorge Guzman shares his experience opening the first craft brewery in the colonial city of Antigua, Guatemala with fellow ISyE alumni Taylor Virgil and Jack Spehn.
In January 2021, ISyE launched MentIEs, a program designed to connect current students with alumni mentors that is part of the Center for Academics, Success, and Equity (CASE).
CASE is an interdisciplinary center designed to encourage academic growth, professional development, and inclusivity for all of ISyE’s constituents.
Dunkin’s impressive career spans leadership in both the public and private technology sectors, but her passion for public service is what led her to the DOE.
The Georgia Tech Center for Composite and Hybrid Materials Interfacing, led by ISyE's Chuck Zhang, intends to dramatically improve how composite and hybrid structures are joined and repaired.
Cifuentes' research centers around the development of mathematical optimization methods and the application of these methods in engineering areas including machine learning, robotics, and computer...
Garcia’s research integrates data-driven prediction and decision models to address high-impact problems in health policy and personalized medicine.
Ziani studies the optimization, game theoretic, economic, ethical, and societal challenges that arise from transactions and interactions involving data.
Jason DeLoach is VP of Supply Chain Engineering Solutions at Americold. Jason brings 27 years of experience and leadership in Supply Chain Strategy, Analytics, Design, Engineering, and...
Thomas, an expert in life cycle assessment, sustainability, and science and technology policy, will lead the committee's considerations of direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions.
Amrutha Vasan (IE 2018) and Aditya Vishwanath (CS 2018) founded an ed tech startup that has developed a smartphone app to teach STEM concepts through gamified learning.
In an article published in the ISE magazine from the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, Chen Zhou discusses the moral complications of supply chain optimization.
Alumna Emily Parrish (IE 2016) is an industrial, automation, and robotics engineer who was selected for the 2021 cohort of Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Manufacturing and Industry section.
Rising fifth-year Roy Gabriel used his teaching experience to create Makademy, an educational business that serves to improve or create educational platforms for companies.
Pascal Van Hentenryck leveraged the virtual format of the camp to partner with high schools and the nonprofit Kids Teach Tech, reaching 150 students across all five camps.
The Brookings Institute recently convened a virtual panel of manufacturing experts that included ISyE's Ben Wang.
AI4OPT is bringing together the fields of AI and mathematical optimization to achieve research breakthroughs in automated decision making that separately are unattainable.
Rising fifth-year Aaron Brown used his ISyE skills to refine the supply chain of his company, Tin Toy Arcade, an online business that sells vintage-style toys.
Experts share their thoughts about the holiday shopping season
Sahinidis joins ISyE as the inaugural Gary C. Butler Family Chair, with a joint appointment in the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Through their projects, Senior Design teams "Watt-lanta" and "Improving the Children's Condition" produced solutions that have made a direct -- local -- community impact.
The Coca-Cola Foundation Professorship will support Monteiro's research work in the areas of continuous optimization and complexity of algorithms.
ISyE student Aaron Brown serves as president after four years in Epic Intentions, a project-based consulting club at Georgia Tech focused on serving nonprofits in Atlanta.
TI:GER is a three-semester program offering an immersive practical education that teaches participants how to transform ideas into successful technology innovations.
ISyE students Rayen Kang and Daisy Zhou serve on the executive board of Science.Art.Wonder, a student organization that promotes science education through various forms of art.
New findings say that although Covid-19 vaccinations are gradually increasing nationwide, disparities exist among vaccination rates across race and geographic areas among Georgia’s counties.
Li’s research develops statistical machine learning algorithms for modeling and inference of complex-structured datasets such as 3D/4D images, multi-modality, and heterogeneity.
The continued practice of mask wearing and social distancing during ongoing vaccinations could help stem a potential surge in Covid-19 cases, particularly as more infectious variants emerge.
Ju’s research interest primarily focuses on creating scalable optimization algorithms with applications to problems such as decision making under uncertainty.
The award recognizes those who have made notable contributions to the motivation and encouragement of research through education. Wu will be honored at an in-person symposium on Nov. 11, 2021.
Goldsman, who also directs ISyE's master's programs, plans to use this professorship's funds to help attract elite students and academic visitors to the School.
Lan will use the professorship's funds to pursue applications for stochastic and nonlinear optimization models in large-scale data analysis.
Joseph looks forward to contributing further to the field of engineering analytics through this prestigious appointment.
Being accepted into the College of Engineering’s Clark Scholars program played a big role in this first-year ISyE student's decision to come to Georgia Tech.
The grant will fund expansion of the team's Covid-19 Simulator to project how quickly states can return to normal activities given vaccine uptake.
For the first time, ISyE students joined CREATE-X Capstone to complete their Senior Design project, and one team won the best project award across 13 teams.
Next Gen Integration, founded by Fitch as a high schooler, uses custom software to integrate and automate security, lighting, and audio systems in large homes and businesses.
In this interview, fourth-year ISyE student Lucia Colina shares her journey to Georgia Tech and how her involvement with the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers has impacted her.
Twenty-six teams comprised of 197 students from the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering completed projects across a wide variety of industries.
The award is given annually for the best paper that appears in the Journal of Infrastructure Systems.
Urban planning, computing, and industrial and systems engineering combine to fix big city problems.
Second-year ISyE student Sarah Canastra is one of four overall winners of the 2021 JUMP into STEM competition and will be interning at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory this summer.
Thomas will use the chair's funds to focus on higher profile projects examing the role of land and forests in the combined systems of industry, energy, climate, nature, and people.
Kimbrough is leading the Crew-2 mission which is the second of six crewed missions scheduled as part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program.
Much of Sun's research concerns applications for energy systems, including resiliency of power systems.
Damon P. Williams has been promoted to Senior Lecturer and is also the director of ISyE’s new Center for Academics, Success, and Equity (CASE), an interdisciplinary academic center.
The veteran NASA astronaut leading the recent SpaceX mission is Shane Kimbrough, a 1998 Georgia Tech graduate with a master’s degree in operations research.
The award honors outstanding original research presented as a paper at the annual North American Manufacturing Research Conference that has had a significant commercial/societal impact.
Arvind Krishna has been recognized with one of three 2021 Graduate Student Instructor of the Year awards by Georgia Tech’s Center for Teaching and Learning.
In this first-person essay, Pinnaka details her entrepreneurial experiences, how she landed an internship at Amazon, and her advice for other students interested in starting their own company.
Learn about DSGT and their yearly hackathon, Hacklytics, in this interview with ISyE student Maxim Geller, who serves as an executive board member of the club.
The Reframe app -- created by an ISyE alumna and a ChBE alumnus -- features a 120-day program that provides diversions to interrupt users from the urge to consume alcohol during a typical 20-...
Alex Berry is an expert in collaborative problem-solving and was part of the group that brought in a large grant for the development of Georgia Tech’s Effective Team Dynamics Initiative (ETD).
ISyE students Vignesh Sekar and Hannah Tracy are active members of SMILE, a student organization that creates initiatives to bring positivity and joy to the Georgia Tech community.
Among other tasks, the committee will examine Covid-19 vaccine dissemination both regionally and globally, with an eye toward implications for flu vaccine distribution.
Singh's tenure will be effective in mid-August.
The Brooke Owens Fellowship is a nonprofit organization that provides opportunities in the aerospace industry to undergraduate women and other gender minorities.
Being an ISyE student means a demanding academic load and being a Division 1 football player also requires wholehearted dedication.
Kandarpa serves on the executive board of The Covid Conversation, a Georgia-based organization that provides fact-based, nonpolitical information about Covid-19.
Two ISyE faculty members have been honored with Institute-level teaching awards from the Georgia Tech Center for Teaching and Learning.
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) announced that George Lan has been promoted to the rank of professor.
"The resilience and decision-making skills I developed at Tech pushed us along to now have the most recognized craft brewery in Guatemala,” Guzman said.
The 2022 USNWR graduate program rankings have been released, and for the 31st consecutive year, Georgia Tech ISyE is in the top spot.
How many students can fit in one classroom if everyone must be six feet apart? Steimle's research helped Georgia Tech answer that question.
In this Q&A, Nemhauser reveals the career accomplishment he's most proud of and what he foresees for the field of operations research, among other topics.
In his 60-year-long academic career, George Nemhauser developed theory and applications that profoundly shaped the field of operations research. He spent 35 years at ISyE.
The team worked with Capital Planning and Space Management to develop a tool that will help identify available instructional classroom space for when campus buildings are renovated.
Babcock's area of specialization is orbital warfare, which directs the use of satellites in war. She sees the USSF as an exciting opportunity to use her skills on behalf of the U.S. military.
Knowlton has served in multiple leadership roles across campus, representing both the Stewart School and Tech students and is a Stamps President’s Scholar.
ISyE Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck leads an interdisciplinary Georgia Tech team that was selected for an award in the Communities and Mobility category.
Michael Guldberg has a knack for numbers. Just glance at his stat
line as a three-year member of the Georgia Tech baseball team.
Headquartered in the hills of northwest Arkansas, Thomas' retail-tech startup, Oculogx, uses AR wearable devices to make warehouse order picking faster and more accurate.
Dipayan Banerjee, Isabella Sanders, and Jovan Julien are three of ISyE's outstanding Ph.D. students. You can learn more about them in the profiles published here.
Georgia Tech ISyE has inspired critical thinking in K-12 students through outreach programs that explore STEM fields via real-world problem solving activities.
Here we highlight five ISyE students and recent alums who became leaders during their time at Georgia Tech and made an impact on the student organizations and individuals they served.
This ISyE Ph.D. alumna uses math for social good.
ISyE students comprise three of the five winners.
Alexopoulos is the first person to receive both awards in the same year.
As the first Black IE/OR Ph.D. in the world, and Georgia Tech's first Black tenured professor, Esogbue has been a trailblazer throughout his academic career.
National Science Foundation-funded competition supports ready-to-implement, research-based pilot projects with high potential for scalable, sustainable, and transferable impact on community-...
CYC is an organization providing pro bono consulting to women- and minority-owned small businesses. For Santhosh, the organization's mission is an opportunity to make a difference.
Election to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) is one of the highest professional distinctions accorded an engineer.
ASQ cited Shi for creatively devising and implementing engineering-driven data fusion methodologies to achieve IPQI in manufacturing systems.
The students, faculty, and staff composing the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering are pioneers -- and have been since the department's humble beginning in 1945.
Her research interests are in game theory and online and statistical learning.
Pananjady's research interests lie broadly in statistics, optimization, and information theory, as well as their applications in data science, machine learning, and reinforcement learning.