HHLC is one of the few conferences that brings together representatives from both health and humanitarian arenas.
Gupta received her Ph.D. in operations research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Operations Research Center.
Losing the competition for his first NFL job helped Harrsion Butker (IE 17) score one of the best rookie seasons ever for a pro kicker.
The Dantzig Prize honors original research that has had a major impact on the field of mathematical optimization.
ISyE Ph.D. student Amanda Chu developed a school bus routing decision tool for Denver Public Schools.
At the core of of the WAO tool is an integer programming model, which is solved to find the best allocation of health care workers to match demand and supply.
The Georgia Ports Authority, the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on July 31 at the Port of Savannah...
ISyE alum Daniel Dadush (Ph.D. 2012) has been awarded a prestigious ERC Starting Grant of 1.5 million euros.
Professor Clarke holds a joint appointment with ISyE and AE.
Thakkar has had many years of experience working at GE in supply chain and supply chain-related fields, making him a highly-qualified selection for the Advisory Board.
In this interview, Hackett discusses what draws him to data science, the FutureHack experience, and what he’s learned from the hackathon and the MSA program.
Georgia Tech industrial engineering graduate Blaine DeLuca found his best friend in an unlikely place, and it couldn't have come at a better time.
This ISyE alumna reflects on her work for the Georgia Tech Athletic Association and for the Atlanta Dream.
Computational approaches can help fulfill the promise of creating a universal flu vaccine.
In addition to his dissertation research, Ramanan is interested in how governments work.
Olin brings 25 years of experience in supply chain consulting developing domain specialties in distribution operations and warehouse management, supply chain event management and application...
Vidakovic’s year-long appointment will begin in September 2018, with the option for him to serve in the position for a subsequent year.
To promote innovation in logistics management, supply chain technology, and operational optimization, China's largest retailer, ...
The CAREER award is NSF’s most prestigious award in support of the early career-development activities of teacher-scholars.
As Shenzhen continues to rapidly grow and evolve as the high-tech hub of China, companies are looking for ways to improve their supply chains and logistics. This is where Georgia Tech comes in....
The top three winning teams included ISyE graduate students, as well as ISyE's interdisciplinary MS of Analytics students.
In his words: Sebastian Pokutta on big data getting bigger – and what it all means.
Recent ISyE graduate Can Zhang's research matches discarded medical supplies with beneficiaries in developing countries.
From among 24 ISyE teams, four – Cycle-Ops, FLEETCOR, Shaw Industries, and Textron were selected as finalists in the ISyE Best of Senior Design competition.
Three distinguished ISyE alums were honored at the annual College of Engineering Alumni Awards ceremony.
Founded during the American Revolution, AAAS is one of the oldest learned societies and independent policy research centers in the U.S.
The Edelman Award is a prestigious honor given by INFORMS for achievement in the practice of advanced analytics and operations research.
After eight years at Georgia Tech, Yuchen (Richard) Zheng (BSIE 14, Ph.D. IE 18) is getting out.
Kaitlin Rizk, who graduated in May as an industrial engineer, was chosen to receive the prestigious 2018 Love Family Foundation Scholarship.
Dennis Frendahl, R. Scott Herren, Richard Lackey, Margaret Pate, and Yvette Smith joined ISyE's Advisory Board in the spring 2018 term.
ISyE faculty and staff gathered to celebrate outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in this annual awards ceremony.
Rachel Cummings, an assistant ISyE professor, is working to better understand data privacy and how it relates to both human behavior and the economy.
ISyE announced that Assistant Professor Andy Sun has been appointed to the Anderson-Interface Early Career Professorship.
ISyE announced that Assistant Professor Kamran Paynabar has been appointed to the Fouts Family Early Career Professorship.
Four Georgia Tech students, including three ISyE undergrads, launch STEM non-profit to educate young girls.
The Outstanding Professional Education Award recognizes a faculty member for their contribution to the field of professional education at Georgia Tech.
In this interview, third-year Karan Agrawal discusses his passion for supply chain and how he founded Tech’s premier supply chain organization: APICS at Georgia Tech.
For the 28th consecutive year, the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering’s graduate program has been ranked No. 1 by U.S. News & World Report.
ISyE announced that Turgay Ayer has been promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective August 15, 2018.
Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems, Valerie Thomas has been awarded the Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award by the Faculty Honors Committee.
ISyE announced that Kamran Paynabar has been promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective August 15, 2018.
Georgia Tech is quickly becoming a recognized international leader in machine learning. ISyE's Harold R. and Mary Anne Nash Early Career Professor Yao Xie is part of this revolution.
ISyE announced that Nicoleta Serban has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
ISyE announced that Andy Sun has been promoted to associate professor with tenure, effective August 15, 2018.
ISyE announced that Nagi Gebraeel has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
ISyE announced that Joel Sokol has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
Cybersecurity and coffee: This profile of Michael Roytman, who graduated from ISyE with a master's degree in operations research, highlights this alum's wide-ranging career interests.
Muiz Wani, an ISyE sophomore, participated in Georgia Tech's Federal Jackets program during the fall 2017 semester as an intern for the U.S. House of Representative.
Honeybee behavior inspired a web hosting algorithm that saved significant costs. But looking to nature for inspiration in engineering can also go wrong. Take slime mold.
ISyE professor Jianjun “Jan” Shi has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering’s Class of 2018. Election to the NAE is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer...
ISyE announced that Coca-Cola Chair in Engineering Statistics and Professor Jeff Wu has been honored with the American Society for Quality’s 2017 Brumbaugh Award.
Alexandra Mandrycky works with the Wild as a hockey operations analyst gathering and analyzing data for management, coaches, and scouts to help them make better, more informed decisions.
The Georgia Tech Alumni Association’s Gold & White Honors Gala is an evening to celebrate Georgia Tech’s leadership and serves as a fundraiser in support of Alumni Association Student Programs...
Rita Breen is a Double Jacket: She earned her B.S. in psychology from Georgia Tech in 1990 and her M.S. in industrial engineering from ISyE in 1992. In this interview, Breen talks about how her...
ISyE senior Shannon Gerhard is busy -- very busy. In addition to a double major, she serves as a TA for ISYE 2027 and an electronmagnetics physics course. When she does have free time, Gerhard can...
George Family Foundation Assistant Professor at the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering Turgay Ayer is conducting research focused on developing decision support tools to make...
ISyE alumna Yuxi Wu has been avidly interested in supply chain and logistics ever since she was an undergraduate at Ohio State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in logistics...
An Algenol-Georgia Tech team that includes ISyE Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems Valerie Thomas is working to produce ethanol from cyanobacteria.
ISyE alumna Errika Moore reflects on her career history of STEM advocacy and on how she lives out her personal mantra of "making an impact, making a difference."
ISyE alumnus Jim McClelland reflects on his inspiring 40-year career with Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana and his current role as Indiana's drug czar.
This summer, a group of Georgia Tech students will study and live in the “Tech Square of Panama.” The program design is ideal for ISyE students.
ISyE Assistant Professor Yao Xie has been working with the Atlanta Police Department to create an algorithm that finds connections between crime incidents.
Ben Lammers (ME) and Chanin Scott (ISyE) see success in the classroom and on the court.