May 16, 2018

 Recent ISyE graduate Can Zhang's research matches discarded medical supplies with beneficiaries in developing countries.

April 9, 2018

Tuesday April, 17th Professor Derya Demirtas will present on public access defibrillator location under demand and supply uncertainty. Professor Demirtas is a visiting faculty in the Industrial and Systems Engineering and in the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems at Georgia Tech. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Business Information Systems at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. (Read more via the link above)

April 5, 2018

The Outstanding Professional Education Award recognizes a faculty member for their contribution to the field of professional education at Georgia Tech.

March 12, 2018

Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems, Valerie Thomas has been awarded the Class of 1934 Outstanding Interdisciplinary Activities Award by the Faculty Honors Committee.

March 9, 2018

REGISTER ONLINE: https://chhs.gatech.edu/professional-education

2018 courses:

  • Pre-planning Strategy for Health and Humanitarian Organizations MAY 14-15
  • Tactical Decision Making in Public Health and Humanitarian Response MAY 16-17
  • Systems Operations in Health and Humanitarian Response MAY 18-19

Register Now for our discounted rate by: Wednesday, April 4 2018

The aim of the 10th annual Health & Humanitarian Logistics (HHL) Conference is to provide an open forum to discuss the challenges and new solutions in disaster preparedness and response, long-term development and humanitarian aid, and global health delivery. The conference platform encourages learning and collaboration within and across institutions; promotes system-wide improvements in organizations and the sector as a whole; identifies important research issues; and establishes priorities for nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), corporations, and the government in terms of strategies, policies and investments.

    In this interview, ISyE alumna Yuxi Wu talks about her particular interest in humanitarian supply chain and her current role with UNICEF in Amman, Jordan. 

    Supported by the Directorates for Engineering and Computer and Information Science and Engineering through the Smart and Connected Health initiative, the National Science Foundation has awarded a $1.2 million grant over four years to a team of researchers to study the elimination of hepatitis C in the United States.

    The Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) at Georgia Tech recently hosted Health Systems: The Next Generation. To review the presentations, posters and photos from the forum visit http://pwp.gatech.edu/hsng2017/