The Stewart School of ISyE offers undergraduates a variety of ways to become involved in research activities. Our program is designed to allow undergraduate students from different disciplines and programs to explore their passions, deepen their knowledge, and contribute to the advancement of the applications or methodologies in variety of research thrusts impacting many of the world's most pressing challenges.

Research Opportunities for GT Students

Georgia Tech undergraduate students can apply for research opportunities offered under the supervision of ISyE faculty. Tens of ISyE undergraduates engage in research projects each semester. You can click below to explore undergraduate research positions posted by ISyE faculty. Whether the research opportunity is for credit or for pay, you must have a permit to register for research, but first apply to the position and get approved by the faculty research advisor to work with their group. 

Research Award Programs

The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) offers the

Other GT Research Opportunities

ISyE encourages interested and qualified undergraduate students to participate in undergraduate research. To get started, review the 10 step process on how to get involved. You will find there are a number of programs offered at Georgia Tech that provide undergraduate students with avenues to conduct and explore the world of research.