Industrial engineering, operations research, and systems engineering are fields of study intended for individuals who are interested in analyzing and formulating abstract models of complex systems with the intention of improving system performance. Unlike traditional disciplines in engineering and the mathematical sciences, the fields address the role of the human decision-maker as key contributor to the inherent complexity of systems and primary benefactor of the analyses.
Georgia Tech pursues leading-edge research with industry, government, and community partners.
At ISyE, we are a national leader in 10 core research areas: Advanced Manufacturing, Analytics and Big Data, Economic Decision Analysis, Health, Optimization, Statistics, Stochastics and Simulation, Supply Chain Engineering, Sustainable Systems Engineering, and System Informatics and Control.
ISyE's faculty and staff members strive to provide a world-class educational experience for the Stewart School's undergraduate and graduate students, and to forge long-lasting relationships with ISyE alumni and industry partners. If you have benefited from a connection with an ISyE faculty or staff member, feel free to take a moment to send a thank-you note to that person via this web form.
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Ann Blasick is a corporate relations manager for the Master of Science in Analytics program in the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. In this capacity, she is responsible for supporting MS Analytics students in career placement and development. Ann also focuses on building and maintaining relations with corporate partners and employers. Prior to this role, Ann worked in the Scheller College of Business for four years as a corporate relations manager supporting the full-time MBA students, associate director of the GT Women in Engineering Program for two years, and assistant director in the GT Division of Professional Practice for six years where she was a career coach for undergraduate students seeking co-op and internship positions. Before joining Georgia Tech, she worked as a mechanical engineer for Lucent Technologies and Nortel Networks. Ann earned her M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and she is currently a student in UGA’s M.Ed. Learning, Leadership & Organizational Development on-line program.
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