As ACGS, Dey will ensure the continued excellence of ISyE’s graduate programs and implement new initiatives to further strengthen them.
Equal employment opportunities may not be part of a computer’s calculations, but Assistant Professor Swati Gupta is trying to change that.
Manhattan Associates/Dabbiere Chair and Professor John Bartholdi III passed away on October 29, 2019. He made important contributions to the supply chain field, particularly in warehousing and logistics.
ISyE has reached this remarkable milestone thanks to its outstanding faculty, students, staff. and alumni.
Three female ISyE students have held the top leadership positions for Georgia Tech’s Society of Women Engineers.
In this new role, Erera will work with ISyE’s faculty members to develop and sustain their research programs. This includes fostering relationships with funding agencies, foundations, and industry.
In this interview, ISyE fourth-year Jill Riley discusses her passion for Tech's traditions and how participating in the Ramblin' Reck Club has shaped her Georgia Tech experience.
#1 ranked graduate program for the 29th consecutive year.
#1 ranked undergraduate program for the 25th consecutive year.
The winning team, “Sky’s the Limit,” worked with Delta Air Lines In-Flight Services. The project examined Delta’s distribution network to consolidate warehouse inventory and optimize trucking. This is the second time an ISyE team has won the top Capstone prize.
Van Hentenryck is on a mission to solve Atlanta’s traffic problem and recently opened the interdisciplinary SAM Lab to meet that challenge.
In this new role, Van Hentenryck will, among other responsibilities, lead the development of “blue sky” initiatives and build strategic partnerships.
Mentra is an app created by two Tech students, including ISyE major Conner Reinhardt, to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities in developing job skills and finding employment.
Using case studies, the course trains ISyE undergraduates to develop, write, and present proposals to solve problems requiring ISyE methodologies.
U.S. News & World Report’s America's Best Colleges
U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) has achieved national and international prominence through its tradition of unparalleled excellence and leadership in research, education, and service. This distinction is due to ISyE's world-class faculty, top-notch students, outstanding curricula, and extensive research focusing on improving quality of life.
Our BSIE degree offers a concentration system that allows students to build depth and breadth.
Choose from nine degree options from general to specialty to executive degrees.
Choose from five degrees that allow students to work across the applied to theoretical spectrum.
Take advantage of the myriad ways that ISyE supports you to succeed and make the most of your time at Georgia Tech.
ISyE alumni are engaged leaders who can be found around the globe in leadership positions within academia, consulting, engineering, financial services, healthcare, law, manufacturing, warehousing, retailing, transportation, and more.
A large, talented, and experienced faculty is ISyE's greatest resource. The faculty's broad range of interest within industrial engineering and operations research produces some of the best teaching and most innovative fields of research in the country. In addition to many distinguished faculty members, ISyE has been particularly successful in attracting senior emerging scholars in our field, with a number of young faculty members having received highly coveted research awards from the NSF. Also, our full-time faculty is augmented each year by visiting scholars who contribute to our intellectual pool, while providing experience from different parts of the world and academic disciplines beyond our own.
From relevant research to hiring some of the brightest students, ISyE can meet your company’s needs. ISyE works collaboratively with its business and industry partners to co-create new systems, processes, and knowledge that has tangible results. ISyE produces leaders who are intellectually curious and uniquely able to hit the ground running as they work to produce more efficient and sustainable systems.
ISyE builds relationships and knowledge to advance and promote innovation and public service that makes this world a better place. ISyE strives to develop the next generation of enlightened leaders so they can tackle the problems we cannot conceive of today.
We encourage intellectual curiosity and offer a rich academic experience for our students.
We actively seek external partnerships and offer an array of options to collaborate.
We focus on pushing theoretical boundaries and solving the problems of industry and society.