Abrar Ismail and Todd Shea, professionals in the disaster response field in Pakistan, lead a presentation and lively discussion about emergency disaster response and long-term disaster rehabilitation and reconstruction.
The Georgia Institute of Technology Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs will host a talk presented by Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II, the U.S. Representative to the African Union, titled “Ebola: Challenge and Crisis for the African Union.
Pinar Keskinocak, ISyE's William W. George Chair, was appointed the College of Engineering’s ADVANCE professor by Dean Gary S. May.
Bill George, IE 1964, has established The George International Study Abroad Scholarship will award up to $5,000 to 40-50 students each year for the next five years. George was not able to study abroad during his time at Tech and wants to afford students the opportunity he never had.
William W. “Bill” George, IE 1964, Honorary Ph.D. 2008, is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Medtronic, one of the largest medical technology companies in the world. He and his wife, Penny reside in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and are members of The Hill Society. George talks with the Campaign Quarterly about his vision for Georgia Tech and the importance of giving back.
Nicoleta Serban, ISyE associate professor at the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, has recently released a new book, Understanding and Managing the Complexity of Healthcare.
Hepatocellular carcinoma, the most common type of liver cancer, is the fastest growing cause of cancer-related death in the United States. In collaboration with MD Anderson Cancer Center, ISyE’s Turgay Ayer and team are proposing a novel modeling framework to determine the most cost-effective practical policies from a societal perspective to detect liver cancer.
To assist disaster and waste management officials in assessing the cost of determining processing location sites and capacities and decisions related to debris flow such as collection, transportation, reduction, recycling, and disposal of debris, the Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (HHS) recently launched a website that provides an Excel based user-friendly decision support tool. The tool is available for download online at no charge.
The Health & Humanitarian Logistics Center has recently changed its name to the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (HHS) to better reflect the Center’s focus on systems.
Download the HHL Center Overview Flyer [pdf - 160KB]
Download an Introduction to Humanitarian Logistics [pdf - 350KB]
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