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  • SCPM Course Series Starts in October Join us in Savannah in October to kick off our fall 2018 offering of the Supply Chain Project Management (SCPM) Series. We kick off with Supply Chain Fundamentals from October 23-25th. SCPM Course Series Starts in October
  • SCLIRC Seminar Series The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute hosts a series of monthly seminars open to interested SCL faculty, students and corporate partners as well as the general public. Join us on the Georgia Tech campus October 24, 2018 for our next session. SCLIRC Seminar Series
  • Supply Chain Day - Wed, Nov 7, 2018 A logistics-focused "Career Fair" and opportunity for Georgia Tech students specifically interested in the field of supply chain and logistics to meet and learn about organizations who are actively recruiting to fill full-time, part-time, internship or co-op positions. Upcoming Supply Chain Day
  • Bringing advanced research, evolving global logistics trends, and analysis from the world to Savannah A new partnership and how it will impact the state. View the video at Savannah CEO. Bringing advanced research, evolving global logistics trends, and analysis from the world to Savannah
  • New Partnership with China's SF Express As Shenzhen continues to rapidly grow and evolve as the high-tech hub of China, companies are looking for ways to improve their supply chains and logistics. This is where Georgia Tech comes in. Group photograph of GT President, students, faculty and alumni at SF Express in China
  • Why Supply Chain Engineering? Subhash Segireddy (MSSCE 2013) says he gets asked all the time, “Why supply chain engineering?” The world-class faculty and the one-year master’s in supply chain engineering led him to Georgia Tech’s Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISyE). Why Supply Chain Engineering?
  • Georgia Tech and JPMorgan Chase Work to Increase Atlanta Youth Participation in Trade and Logistics Careers A new fast-track certification program to help promote increased participation from Atlanta’s minority youth in high-growth careers. Logistics Education and Pathways (LEAP) – Atlanta
  • The Physical Internet Will Rest On The Internet Of Things While the Internet of Things is getting increased attention among stakeholders in industry and government across all markets and countries, the Physical Internet is progressively considered as an approach worthy of consideration in rethinking the global supply chain. Dr. Benoit Montreuil in the Georgia Tech Physical Internet Center
  • SCL on Georgia Tech Savannah Campus SCL is represented at the GT Savannah campus, offering professional education courses, supporting workforce development, and partnering with Coastal Region companies to assist with their supply chain and logistics initiatives. Photo of GT Savannah campus sign and student attending GTSCL course

Welcome to the
Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute

The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL), an Interdisciplinary Research Center, provides global leadership for research and education in the application of scientific principles to optimize the design and integration of supply chain strategy, infrastructure, processes, and technology. SCL’s primary activities involve the development of new concepts and strategies for the practice of supply chain engineering and new tools for analysis, design, and management of logistics processes.

Research
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We focus on pushing theoretical boundaries and solving the problems of industry and society.

Education
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Offering a comprehensive professional education curriculum in Supply Chain & Logistics

Outreach
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We actively seek external partnerships and offer an array of options to collaborate.

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Supply Chain & Logistics Institute
H. Milton Stewart School of
Industrial & Systems Engineering
765 Ferst Drive, NW, Suite 228
Atlanta, GA 30332
Phone: 404.894.2343