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A 12-month professional Masters degree in supply chain engineering
A 12-month professional Masters degree in supply chain engineering

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+Georgia Tech's 2015-16 M.S. in Supply Chain Engineering cohort, properly oriented and ready to embark on the mission to improve global logistics systems!

Let's do this!!

#logistics   #ISyE   #supplychainengineering   
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Our 2015 Global Supply Scholars having some fun after the Spring luncheon!

#MSSCECohort2015
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+Carfax named Georgia Tech one of the Top 10 Automotive Colleges in America for our curriculum and co-op opportunities. -- http://c.gatech.edu/1m2xAOo
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We recently launched a new efficient driving system, ORION, on 10,000 delivery routes. We expect this will save 1.5 million gallons of fuel and prevent 14,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions. Read more about ORION here: http://bit.ly/1oL6wb2
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This summer, we have a large variety of interesting Capstone Projects ongoing.  The team below, with +Yixian Chen, +Si Jie Ho, Timmy Chen, and Yingge Zhang, is working on a supply chain engineering project for Siemens Energy.  The focus is on understanding a complex manufacturing process in the assembly of the large gas turbines used in power plants!

We look forward to exciting results from the students' efforts!

#GeorgiaTech   #SupplyChainEngineering  
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Gartner is out with its 2014 rankings of top industry performers in the supply chain function.  Apple, McDonald's, Amazon.com, and Unilever continue to lead the way.

At Georgia Tech, we are especially proud of Unilever's performance; Pier Luigi Sigismondi, a GT alum, is the chief supply chain officer.  We are also pleased to see many of our industry partners on the list, and appreciate their support of our programs.

#supplychain #ISyE #GeorgiaTech  
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Georgia and Atlanta are critical supply chain and logistics hubs, and the industry will play a key role in the future of the region.  This article from Georgia Trend magazine quotes MS SCE Faculty Director Alan Erera and Georgia Logistics Innovation Center Director Page Siplon, and outlines some of the conditions that have led to the growth of the logistics industry in Georgia and what lies ahead.
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Awesome! RT @rulox360: Application #4 done! @GT_MS_SCE
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On one of the coldest weeks in recent Atlanta history, we welcomed back the 46 students in the 2014 cohort of the +GT MS in Supply Chain Engineering program.

We're looking forward to a great semester!
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This year, +Georgia Tech students in our MS in Supply Chain Engineering program helped the Santa-bearded Prof John Bartholdi load packages for the 2013 Great Package Race.  Meant as a simple demonstration of the complexities of international freight logistics, the race pits four package carriers (UPS, FedEx, DHL, and USPS) in a race to deliver an identical package to a far off location.

This year, the packages raced from ISyE in Atlanta to Santa's workshop in the far north of Finland... DHL accomplished the feat in 4 days.  That's great, but of course Santa has to manage the outbound distribution system to millions of locations in a single day.  Clearly, that'll take a little magic... or some crowd-sourcing.

Happy Holidays!
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