Spiridon (Spyros) Reveliotis

Professor
School of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Office: Groseclose Building, room 316
Phone: (404) 894-6608
Fax: (404) 894-2301
email: spyros@isye.gatech.edu


Research and Teaching

Dr. Reveliotis' research interest is in the area of Discrete Event Systems theory and its applications. His current research focuses on: (i) the logical / structural control of flexibly automated production systems, workflow management systems and guidepath-based traffic systems; (ii) the development of effective scheduling policies for these environments; and (iii) the development of customized implementations / algorithms of approximate dynamic programming and machine learning theory for the aforementioned application contexts.

His teaching activity focuses on topics related to: (i) applied operations research, (ii) production planning and control, and (iii) supervisory control of Discrete Event Systems. (see also the "Courses" section, below)

Finally, he has an active interest in the web-based multimedia technology as a research and education enabler. A product of his activity in this area is a "prototype electronic textbook" for Linear Prorgamming and the Simplex Algorithm.


Background and Affiliations

Dr. Reveliotis received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Illinois in 1996. He also holds a M.Sc. in Computer Systems Engineering from Northeastern University, Boston, and a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from Natl. Tech. University of Athens, Greece. Since September 1996, Dr. Reveliotis has been a faculty member of the School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, at Georgia Tech.

Dr. Reveliotis is an IEEE Fellow, a member of IIE and INFORMS, and a registered engineer with the Technical Chamber of Greece.


Distinctions and Awards

  • 1984-1985 Fellow of the Natl. Scholarship Institute of Greece (ranking 2nd in an entry competition for the the Dept. of Electrical Eng. at Natl. Techn. University of Athens, Greece)
  • 1989 EEC ERASMUS Fellow (Exchange student at UMIST, UK)
  • "1998 Outstanding ISyE Professor", ISyE, Georgia Tech
  • 1998 IEEE Intl. Conf. on Robotics & Automation Kayamori Best Paper Award: "Accommodating FMS Operational Contingencies through Routing Flexibility"
  • Advisor and co-author of the paper that won the best student paper award at the 2010 IEEE Conference on Automation Science & Engineering: A. Nazeem and S. Reveliotis, "A Practical Approach to the Design of Maximally Permissive Liveness-Enforcing Supervisors for Complex Resource Allocation Systems"
  • IEEE Fellow since Winter 2015
  • IEEE Senior Member since Winter 2003
  • Program Chair for the 2009 IEEE Conference on Automation Science & Engineering
  • Senior Editor for IEEE Trans. on Automation Science & Engineering since Fall 2013
  • Department Editor for IIE Trans. since 2009
  • (Senior) Editor for the Automation Area in the Conference Editorial Board of the IEEE Robotics & Automation Society, from 2009 to 2011
  • Associate Editor for the Journal of Discrete Event Systems since 2015
  • Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. on Automatic Control from 2009 to 2012
  • Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. on Automation Science & Engineering from 2005 to 2009
  • Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. on Robotics & Automation from 2000 to 2004
  • Guest Editor for the Special Issue in the IEEE Trans. on Automation Science & Engineering with the theme "Advances in Discrete Event Systems for Automation"
  • Founding Co-Chair of the IEEE RAS Technical Committee on Automation in Logistics, 2012
  • Member of the College-Industry Council on Material Handling Education since Fall 2003
  • Member of the IFAC Technical Committee on Discrete Event Systems since Fall 2005
  • Member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Semiconducror Manufacturing since 2001


Selected Publications


Courses Taught

ISyE 3231: Deterministic Operations Research

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  • Homework 1
  • Homework 1 Solutions
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  • Homework 4
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  • Homework 5
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    ISyE 3103: Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Logistics

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    ISyE 3104: Introduction to Supply Chain Modeling: Manufacturing & Warehousing

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    ISyE 4803: Advanced Manufacturing Systems Modeling and Analysis

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    ISyE 4106: Senior Design

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  • Course Introduction (Powerpoint Presentation)
  • TEAM-DATA-form (Word document)

    ISyE 6650: Probabilistic Models

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    ISyE 6201: Manufacturing Systems

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    ISyE 6202: Warehousing Systems

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  • Batholdi & Hackman's (electronic) textbook

    ISyE 7201: Production & Service Systems Engineering

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