The Faculty of ISyE is exceptionally "research-active" and it should not be surprising that this activity tends to manifest itself along the lines of the Stewart School's major academic thrusts: optimization, stochastic systems, manufacturing and logistics, simulation, statistics, natural systems, economic decision analysis, and human-integrated systems analysis. Because of the richness and volume of investigative activity in the Stewart School, many research efforts are actually organized around, or are at least identified by, various research labs, centers and groups. Some of these reside solely within ISyE, while others are interdisciplinary.
At the same time, our Faculty is prolific in its contribution to the scholarly and pedagogical literature of our various fields including the publication of over 100 books and monographs, many of which have been routinely adopted by faculty in other academic programs throughout the country and around the world. The Stewart School conducts on the order of $6.5-$7 million in sponsored research annually.
Against this backdrop, ISyE faculty members actively encourage intellectually curious students to participate in their research endeavors. The breadth and depth of investigative activities supported by the Stewart School provides a rich set of opportunities unrivaled by most programs.
A number of ISyE research papers are available online.