The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) is pleased to announce that Georgia Tech has elevated it to a new status: Interdisciplinary Research Center (IRC). SCL is one of a handful of successful units that have been given this designation to further enhance interdisciplinary research and educational program development.
Georgia Tech alumni Stan Chia, SVP of Operations at GrubHub, is working with ISyE James C. Edenfield Chair and Professor Martin Savelsbergh to optimize the delivery network in order to ultimately deliver a superior diner, restaurant, and driver experience.
As President Luis Guillermo Solis comes to Atlanta next month to recruit investors from sectors like information technology and medical devices, he will be highlighting programs that engage the country on a more enduring level.
Launching courses, seminars and more on Georgia Coast with the opening of its office at GT Savannah campus
Faculty, staff and students use logistics to help save lives across the globe through Tech’s Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems.
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.
Interested alumni and friends, please complete the form at www.scl.gatech.edu/sclaffinity for us to gather and gauge interest as well as understand how potential members would like to be involved (we are open to your suggestions and ideas) in this exciting new Alumni Association initiative.
Tim Brown, Director of Professional Education with the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL), speaks with SupplyChainBrain about Supply Chain Leadership training and the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant Program SCL is involved with.
Global supply chains and organizations that provide service to them must be able to adapt to change. The bill that cleared the way for the harbor in Savannah to deepen and expand is an example, necessitated by an infrastructure investment thousands of miles away in Panama. Freight transport infrastructure change is one of six major global trends identified by Georgia Tech Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech Professors Chip White, the Schneider National Chair in Transportation and Logistics, and Alan Erera, Coca-Cola Professor.
Sweeping revisions to Costa Rica's medical-products registration process are receiving one last in-house review before the final recommendations are delivered to officials at the Ministry of Health. The project, initiated at the request of Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla, is one of three major initiatives on the docket at Georgia Tech's Costa Rica Trade, Innovation, and Productivity Center.