The Tennenbaum Institute at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia is an interdisciplinary research center, reporting to the Office of the Provost, which focuses on understanding and enabling fundamental change of complex organizational systems. Faculty, staff, and students from across the spectrum of Georgia Techʼs colleges and schools participate in a portfolio of research efforts sponsored by government, industry, and foundations. Major initiatives include healthcare delivery and global manufacturing.

MARC, the Manufacturing Research Center located on the campus of the Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the foremost multidisciplinary research centers focusing on next generation manufacturing technologies. MARC is at the forefront in targeting, developing, and implementing manufacturing technologies whose economic impact is felt across the U.S. and around the world.

Recent Submissions

  • Innovation and System Perspectives via Model-Based Design 

    Little, Jack (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-02-18)
    Model-Based Design is changing how technology products like automobiles, mobile phones, and wind turbines are developed. Mathematical models, formerly the province of research, are now used to design, implement, and test ...