Interface Team Wins First Place in the Fall 2012 Senior Design Competition
Out of seventeen teams of undergraduate students in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE), the Interface team has been selected to receive the coveted first place award in the Fall 2012 Senior Design Competition.
GE Energy Team Wins First Place in 2012 Spring Senior Design Competition
Out of twenty-four teams of undergraduate students in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Enginnering (ISyE), the GE Energy team has been selected to receive the coveted first place award in
the Spring 2012 Senior Design Competiton.
Father and Son Share Unique Senior Design Experience
John Kang, IE 2011, was on the Senior Design team who won 1st place in
the fall 2011 Senior Design Competition. His father, Chang W. Kang,
PhD, visiting professor in ISyE, advised a team of Senior Design
students who made it as finalist in the Senior Design Competition in
Senior Design Team Wins First Place at 2012 IIE Southeast Regional Conference Paper Competition
The Railcar Management Senior Design Team who won first place in the
fall 2011 Senior Design Competition, continue to receive high honors, winning first place at the 2012 IIE Southeast Regional Conference Paper Competition, as well as being featured recently in The New York Times.
Fall 2011: Railcar Management Senior Design Team Wins First Place
After a semester of collaborating with corporate partners to solve an
industry specific problem using new methodologies and innovative
approaches in their solutions, three out of seventeen teams were chosen
as finalist in the Senior Design Competition. The team who worked on a
project sponsored by Railcar Management, Inc. received the coveted first
place award in the competition.
A Win-Win Collaboration: Senior Design Facilitates Learning and Benefits Industry
This article, which appeared in the 2011 issue of the ISyE Alumni
Magazine, highlights Senior Design as a unique opportunity for companies
and organizations to partner and interact with bright, creative, and
dedicated students, creating a truly a win-win collaboration for both
the students and industry partners.
Spring 2011: Comcast Senior Design Team Takes First Place
Out of the 24 Senior Design teams who tackled solving real-world
problems for a variety of companies this semester, three teams rose to
the top to find themselves in the much sought after and hard won
position of being finalist in the end-of- semester Senior Design
Competition. The team who worked on a project sponsored by Comcast
garnered first place in the competition.
GE Energy Team Wins Fall 2010 Senior Design Competition
Students comprising the GE Energy project team, the winning team in the
Fall 2010 Senior Design Project competition, credit team work as being a
considerable factor that drove their team to win the renowned competition.
UPS Team Wins Spring 2010 Senior Design Competition
In a field of outstanding project teams, the UPS team stood out as the spring
2010 winner of the renowned Senior Design Project competition.
GE Energy Team is Fall 2009 Senior Design Project Winner
The GE Energy Senior Design team captured first place in the renowned
end-of-the semester Senior Design Competition. Senior Design, considered
to be the most important and most challenging industrial engineering
course an undergraduate student will experience, sets students in motion
to become successful industrial engineers. During the course, students
are pushed to think outside the box as they adapt what they have learned
in their classes to tackle a complex real world problem.
Spring 2009: AJC Senior Design Team Wins First Place
This spring, the Senior Design team who worked on a project sponsored by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) snagged the much sought after first place in the end-of-semester Senior Design Competition.
2008 Senior Design: First Place Goes to the Manheim Seattle Team
"Senior Design was simultaneously one of the best and most gut-wrenching
experiences I've had at Tech. I had never before been part of such a
large collaborative effort; we were continually challenged and pushed to
our limits. We learned to use our course work as a base and then go
beyond," said Margaret Reinhard, one of the students on the Manheim
Seattle team who came in first place in the finalist presentations.
Finding Innovative Solutions Working with a Student Senior Design Team
Interview with Jud Savelle. This interview appeared in the Fall 2008 issue of Industrial & Systems
Engineering. View the PDF
Best of Senior Design Spring 2008
Students enrolled as seniors in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) culminate their undergraduate educational experience with a capstone course called Senior Design. Students work in teams of five to six individuals on a current, real-world design project. While projects vary in scope, all projects have some design component and provide a value-added change within an organization.
Senior Design Group Works to Eliminate Malaria in Sudan (PDF) This article appeared in the Spring 2008 issue of Engineering Enterprise. This first place team from the Fall 2007 semester worked with the CDC to develop an effective production and distribution method to reduce the malaria-transmitting mosquito populations in Sudan, Africa. View the PDF
Senior Design Finalists Compete for First Prize
ISyE's Senior Design course wrapped up fall semester with very impressive results. Out of the twenty student groups who competed, three were selected as finalists to present their projects to faculty, students, and industry sponsors on December 12, 2007.