An interdisciplinary approach is taken throughout the research threads. From Georgia Tech, researchers come from the College of Engineering, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, College of Science, College of Design, and the Scheller College of Business. Likewise, industry and NGO partners bring an array of capabilities, challenges, and resources to the table.
The Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL) is the largest supply chain and logistics leadership institute in the world providing comprehensive research, education, and outreach programs. For more than thirty years, SCL has been a world leader across a broad range of supply chain and logistics domains. In recent years, it has been uplifted to be one of the first interdisciplinary research centers of Georgia Tech.
Affiliated to SCL, the Physical Internet (PI) Center is key to the Net Zero program, with its research focus on transforming the way physical objects are moved, stored, realized, supplied and used, pursuing order-of-magnitude improvements in global logistics, supply chain and freight transportation efficiency, capability, resilience, and sustainability.
The Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) is the largest program of its kind in the nation. ISYE has ranked #1 for 31 consecutive years and the undergraduate program has ranked #1 for 27 consecutive years. ISyE is the home of Georgia Tech’s world-class programs in topics such as: Operations Research, Analytics, Data Science, Systems Engineering, and Supply Chain Engineering.