Designing, testing, validating, and managing systems as they grow increasingly more complex.
Georgia Tech’s expertise in systems methods and tools and its national-asset facilities provide a depth of knowledge that few companies or agencies can afford to maintain independently. Systems research and education at Georgia Tech address the needs of both government and industry, focusing on the systems themselves, as well as the underlying development processes.
Each year, Georgia Tech works with dozens of major industrial companies on systems issues, providing an independent view of systems issues, and serving as advisors and evaluators.
- Requirements derivation
- Design methods
- System interfaces
- Modeling and simulation
- Advanced manufacturing
- Production and plant processes
- Operations research
- Cycle time reduction
- Decision processes
Research Partners and Outreach
Additionally, Georgia Tech’s academic systems engineering programs, professional education courses, and the Professional Master’s Degree in Applied Systems Engineering offer government and industry a unique opportunity to assist in developing the talented professionals who will help build the future of systems disciplines.