The spring 2019 awards ceremony honored students for academic excellence, research, teaching contributions, leadership, and entrepreneurship.
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.
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.
Yao Xie's promotion is effective August 15, 2019.
Santanu Dey'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...
From a logistics and distribution perspective, the answer seems to be “why not?”.
The OMSA program is offers three tracks -- analytical tools, business analytics, or computational data analytics -- and costs less than $10,000.
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.
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.
Professor Nicoleta Serban developed a mathematical model for matching need/demand and supply for particular health care services under a series of realistic constraints.
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 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.
Georgia Tech's study abroad programs offer the Institute's faculty the opportunity to teach overseas.
The undergraduates take a full course load and spend 12 weeks in Singapore, Ho Chi Minh City, and Beijing.
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 Lee B. Lusted Student Prize recognizes and supports outstanding young researchers in medical decision-making and health policy research areas.
Maria Basabe, Sr. Director Health & Wellness (H&W) at Walmart and David Stuver, Executive Vice President, Business Development & Supply Chain Solutions at Americold will be serving on...
Twenty-three teams from ISyE completed real-world Capstone projects for the fall 2018 semester.
Joel Sokol originally turned his attention to analytics when he recognized its intersection of data, modeling, and real-life applications. Today, as professor of industrial and systems engineering...
A third-generation Yellow Jacket, Carson Hooper followed in her mother's footsteps by going to Georgia Tech and joining the Outdoor Recreation community.
The Schwarzman Scholars Program has been called “the most significant program of its kind" since the Rhodes Trust. For the first time, a student from Georgia Tech has been selected.
In her three-minute speech, Appalwar will remark upon the commonalities that this semester’s graduates have and on what makes the student experience at Tech so powerful.
The societies cited Nemirovski’s “fundamental contributions to high-dimensional optimization and his discovery of key phenomena in the theory of signal estimation and recovery.”
Harmond proposed to his girlfriend, Dana Francisco, on Senior Day at the football game against Virginia. The couple are both GT cheerleaders.
Professor Emeritus Mike Thomas passed away on November 23, 2018. Thomas served in various Georgia Tech leadership roles that included chair of ISyE and provost and VP of academic affairs.
In five short years, the program has grown from 40 students its first year to 85 on-campus and over 1,000 online students.
Appalwar has co-founded Thrive, a startup focused on mental health education in India, and Avana, which she calls "the world's cheapest water storage solution."
As a result of Pujol’s extensive research, she recently received a prestigious $40,000 Minority Graduate Scholarship from the Sloan Foundation’s Minority Ph.D. Program.
Ben Wang, Chuck Zhang, and Kan Wang received the award for their collaboration on "3D Printed Patient-Specific Tissue-Mimicking Phantoms for Surgery Planning."
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.
Among the numerous winners, Anderson-Interface Chair and Professor Shabbir Ahmed received the 2018 Farkas Prize.
The UPS Professorship of Logistics is designed to enhance ISyE’s ability to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars to this position of academic leadership in the field of logistics.
A. Russell Chandler III, who graduated from ISyE in 1967, endowed the faculty fund to enhance the ability of ISyE to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars.
The Harold E. Smalley Faculty Endowment Fund was established in memory of Harold E. Smalley, Ph.D. (1921-1994) and is designed to support ISyE faculty appointments within the area of health.
Endowed by ISyE alumnus J. Louis Fouts (BIE 90), the Fouts Family Faculty Fund is designed to enhance the ability of ISyE to attract and retain eminent teacher-scholars.
Friday, Nov. 9, 2018 The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) hosted Health Systems- The Next Generation. To watch the plenary panel session, view photos and presentations visit the...
Van Hentenryck joins the ISyE faculty as A. Russell Chandler III Chair and Professor.
The award is the highest honor presented by the Georgia Tech Alumni Association.
Libby Peck is a Double Jacket. Her bachelor's in applied math and master's in industrial engineering prepared her for a groundbreaking role at the Coca-Cola Company.
The theoretical understanding of deep learning remains an important research field rife with opportunity.
The society cited Ahmed’s “fundamental contributions to the theory and practice of stochastic discrete optimization.”
Keskinocak's term as president will begin in 2020.
Serban will assess mental and behavioral health services for underserved youth in rural areas.