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.