You are invited to the inaugural Georgia Tech Sustainability Showcase!
At the Showcase, you will hear from, and can connect with, ~150 academic and research faculty as they share their work in sustainability research and education. Talks will be provided in a fast-paced lightning format covering topics that span the engineering, natural science, social science, business, planning, design, and computing disciplines.
From buildings to transportation, finance to logistics, climate to energy, cities to farms, manufacturers to workers, and profit to equity – find out what is going on right now at one of the world’s preeminent research and teaching universities. At the Showcase, you can also explore the brand new Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, the most environmentally advanced education and research building ever constructed in the Southeast.
Three full-days, subdivided into six half-day sessions – attend the sessions that interest you most:
Lightning Talks | Networking | Posters | Keynote Speakers
Monday, October 28th
People - Health, Wealth, Wellbeing, Equity, Ethics, Socioeconomics, Behavior, Culture, Education, Metrics
Organizations and Institutions - Governance, Decision Making, Planning, Regulation, Investment, Markets
Tuesday, October 29th
Natural Systems - Atmosphere, Oceans, Water, Biodiversity, Climate, Weather, Natural Resources
Built Systems - Cities, Transportation, Power and Energy, Water, Data and Communications, Food and Agriculture, Buildings, Landscape
Wednesday, October 30th
Technologies - Manufacturing, Construction, Design, Engineering, Computing, Operations, Logistics
The Sustainability Showcase is open to the public and lunch is provided. Participants are required to register.