Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure

Georgia Tech’s research initiatives in energy and sustainable infrastructure focus on a broad range of challenges involving energy production, conversion, and efficiency; water resource management; infrastructure development; and the issues associated with a changing climate.

Combining economic analysis and policy assessment with fundamental and applied research, Georgia Tech’s framework for energy and sustainability research embraces a holistic approach to solving complex problems. Working with experts across the Georgia Tech community and partners in both industry and government, Georgia Tech researchers focus on interdisciplinary efforts to analyze, model, and develop innovative technologies designed to provide an economically viable and environmentally friendly future.

ISyE research faculty who collaborate with Georgia Tech's Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure Core Research area include:

Affiliated ISyE Faculty

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Shabbir Ahmed

Dean's Professor, Stewart Faculty Fellow
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Shijie Deng

Associate Professor
Santanu Dey

Santanu Dey

Associate Professor
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Nagi Gebraeel

Georgia Power Associate Professor
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Seong-Hee Kim

Coca-Cola Professor
George Lan

George Lan

Associate Professor
Dima Nazzal

Dima Nazzal

Adjunct Associate Professor
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Andy Sun

Assistant Professor
Valerie Thomas

Valerie Thomas

Anderson Interface Professor of Natural Systems
Craig Tovey

Craig Tovey

Professor and Stewart Faculty Fellow
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Jeff Wu

Coca-Cola Chair in Engineering Statistics, Professor
Chen Zhou

Chen Zhou

Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor