Center for Resource Scheduling
Developing models and algorithms that provide practical solutions for
- Large scale scheduling problems
- Scheduling scarce resources under complex constraints
- Addressing practical scheduling issues including variability and uncertainty
- Integrating collaboration and optimization in developing schedules
- CENTER SPOTLIGHT
Natashia Boland joins the ISyE faculty this winter as a professor. She hails from the University of Newcastle's School of Mathematics and Physical Sciences where she was a Professor of Applied Mathematics. Boland is no stranger to Georgia Tech, having completed a postdoctoral research fellowship at ISyE.
The Georgia Tech Mentor Jackets program is currently seeking supply chain and logistics mentors for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Georgia Tech’s graduate supply chain programs have been ranked in the top five in the 2014 Gartner Top U.S. Supply Chain Graduate University rankings.