Knowlton has served in multiple leadership roles across campus, representing both the Stewart School and Tech students, is a Stamps President’s Scholar, and an undergraduate teaching assistant....
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.
Haedquartered 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.
For its 2020 Humans of the Year series, Motherboard selected 20 scientists, engineers, and visionaries who have done remarkable work to make the world a better place.
ASQ cited Joseph “for outstanding contributions to statistical theory and methods for quality improvement; for dedicated teaching and service to the profession.”
In a new paper, a team of ISyE researchers confirm that non-pharmaceutical interventions can help slow the spread of Covid-19.
Eighteen teams of ISyE students navigated a compressed semester, social distancing requirements, and technical difficulties in collaboration to do remarkable work for a broad range of clients.
This recent addition to the SCL research ecosystem leverages immersive technologies to enhance human capabilities for engineering and managing supply chains and logistic systems.
ISyE research was honored for excellence across a wide range of categories.
When the FDA approves one or more Covid-19 vaccines for emergency use -- likely by mid-December -- this will launch a public health and logistics initiative unlike any in U.S. history.
This article highlights four College of Engineering faculty members who - because of instructional challenges imposed by Covid-19 -- have taught outside the box this semester.
Logistics expert Alan Erera shares his thoughts on this year's holiday shopping season.
Adams helped revive the Sports Business Club at Tech and served as its president for AY 2019-20. In this interview, he discusses the opportunities the club offers its members.
In this Q&A, Perini discusses his research, how his ISyE skills have developed throughout the course of his graduate studies, and what he plans to do after graduation.
ISyE Ph.D. student Jialei Chen won the awards for the INFORMS QSR and Data Mining tracks.
First-year ISyE student Bethanie Penna, who arrived at Georgia Tech with an already impressive resume, is the first recipient of the brand-new College of Engineering Dean's Scholarship.
A week after Bryan Kilbey recognized how the Covid-19 pandemic would impact the U.S., his company had filed a patent for a resuable mask prototype and begun round-the-clock production.
Overtaxed supply chains and unreliable delivery dates will likely inform the 2020 holiday shopping experience.
A team of 8 ISyE undergraduate and graduate students reviewed Fulton Co. polling locations and provided recommendations for resources that benefit both voters and poll workers.
The Election Day effort ties into a larger six-month project by the SSE group that focuses on providing local election officials with tools to help them better manage the voting process.
Get to know ISyE/biology double-major Yassin Watson in this Q&A from Georgia Tech's College of Engineering.
An ISyE undergraduate shares his thoughts on how college experiences can help prepare students for real-world opportunities.
Joscelyn Cooper-Rodriguez and Nancy Sandlin, along with nearly 100 other participants, have been designated as Culture Champions for completing the program.
The Egon Balas Prize, which was established in 2020, is awarded annually to an early-career individual for significant contributions in the field of optimization.
The George Family Foundation has provided funding to launch the George Fellows Leadership Program for the 2020-21 academic year.
The team includes ISyE Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck and the Socially Aware Mobility Lab.
This lecture series has been held annually for 20 years and consists of a general lecture and a more specialized lecture by an internationally prominent statistical scientist.
In response to companies' increasing demand for graduates who are highly skilled in data science and analytics, ISyE has developed this new concentration.
Jathan shares how his Ecuadorian family shaped his personal values, what it’s like to be a Hispanic STEM student at Georgia Tech, and the impact of GT-SHPE on his college experience.
Errika shares her thoughts on the ongoing civil unrest in the U.S., her experiences as a Black woman in STEM, and her hopes for the current generation of Black Georgia Tech students.
This honor is given for outstanding lifetime accomplishments and contributions to the field of operations research and analytics.
The three students created a more efficient process to resolve open orders for the Georgia-based manufacturer of medical scrubs.
Alleviating suffering more effectively in the wake of hurricanes may require a shift in relief strategies, says the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine.
Using machine learning, the online tool can predict outbreaks in different counties across the U.S.
Brandon received undergraduate teaching awards from both ISyE and the Institute.
Assistant Professor Maguluri's research interests include queuing theory, stochastic optimization, distributed optimization, and reinforcement learning.
This marks the 26th consecutive year that ISyE holds the top position.
Professor Monteiro also received this prestigious award in 2001.
ISyE Ph.D. Student Isabella T. Sanders Accepts SWE Outstanding Collegiate Member Award