- ISyE Lecture: A World Class Supply Chain that Delivers Sustainable and Profitable Growth
April 11, 2014
- 2014 National Logistics and Distribution Conference
April 14, 2014
"Leading Change: RUE(are you ready)?" is the theme for the National Logistics & Distribution Conference (NLDC) celebrating its 10th Anniversary, April 14-16, 2014 at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center and Georgia Tech Global Learning Center in Atlanta, Georgia. As a premier educational summit for senior-level, supply-chain executives, NLDC will offer three educational modules addressing imminent challenges and changes facing supply chain leaders from all industries.
The Jane Chumley Ammons Scholarship was recently established by the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering alumni, faculty, staff, and friends to honor the service, research, education, and leadership of Dr. Jane Chumley Ammons, ISyE School Chair. The new scholarship made its debut at the recent 2014 Women in Engineering Banquet and was awarded to Breona Jenkins.
Georgia Tech’s Supply Chain & Logistics Institute Collaborates to Develop Eight Industry Recognized Supply Chain Operations CertificationsMarch 6, 2014
The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute is teaming with Broward College to lead a consortium of 12 Universities and Colleges from across the country in a $25 million dollar grant to develop a set of eight industry recognized supply chain operations and logistics certifications.
Don Ratliff, executive director of ISyE’s Supply Chain & Logistics Institute wrote an article on the evolution of supply chain and logistics thinking for the February issue of the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
The Health & Humanitarian Logistics Center collaborates with Habitat for Humanity International to improve disaster response.
With global trade likely to rise more than threefold to $27 trillion by 2030, logistics professionals are in high demand, according to Winning the Talent Race, a report by professional services firm PwC.
Alan Erera, ISyE associate chair for graduate studies, has been named a Coca-Cola Associate Professor in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE) for a three year term of service. The Coca-Cola Early Career Professorship is designed to enhance the ability of ISyE to “retain eminent teacher-scholars.”
After receiving such great response and feedback at the plenary talk Professor George Nemhauser gave at EURO-INFORMS, he agreed to present the talk to a group of graduate students at Georgia Tech. This fascinating and informative talk is available for download at: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/49829
The Home Depot team has received the first place award in the ISyE Fall 2013 Senior Design Competition. Students Lauren Kley, Drew Keller, Michael Gilkenson, Bryce Ferguson, Robert Faulk, Silvana Vivanco, Jing Mei Ho, and Melanie Ostis, guided by their faculty advisor, Steve Hackman, were chosen for their project “Analyzing paint Department Operations to Improve Customer Service.”
The 6th annual Health and Humanitarian Logistics Conference will take place June 4-5, 2014 at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Santa Fe, in Mexico City. The Conference will be hosted by the Trade and Logistics Innovation Center, a Georgia Tech/Tecnológico de Monterrey partnership, and co-organized by the Georgia Tech Health & Humanitarian Logistics Center and the MIT Humanitarian Response Lab. This year's conference is made possible by the generous support of the UPS Foundation and Georgia Tech.
- Supply Chain Strategy
- Global Transportation
- Warehousing and Distribution
- Manufacturing Logistics
- Resource Scheduling
- Predictive Analytics and Real-Time Optimization
- China Logistics
- Health & Humanitarian Logistics
- Integrated Food Chains
- Wine Supply Chain Council
- PROJECT SITES
- Self-Coordinating Buses Reduce Bunching
- Maritime Inventory Routing Problems