The Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems holistically integrates the disciplines of science, engineering, social science, policy, planning, design and business to create knowledge and technologies that will improve environmental, social, and economic outcomes.
The Center for Urban and Regional Air Mobility (CURAM) is an interdisciplinary center that integrates existing capabilities and strengths of the faculty, students, and facilities from multiple schools, colleges, and research centers across Georgia Tech and the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI).
The Climate and Energy Policy Laboratory (CEPL) conducts research on clean energy financing, information and regulatory policies; energy policy and technology trends in the U.S. South; transformation to a smart grid; and the evolution of distributed resources including energy efficiency, demand response, and solar photovoltaics.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) is the nonprofit, applied research division of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). Founded in 1934 as the Engineering Experiment Station, GTRI has grown to more than 2,000 employees supporting eight laboratories in over 20 locations around the country, and performs more than $350 million of problem-solving research annually for government and industry.
The Global Change Program seeks to train a new generation of leaders who are equipped to pursue solutions to a host of interconnected challenges such as climate change, environmental pollution, water resources, human health, and the ever-rising demand for affordable, clean energy.
Georgia Tech’s Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) serves as an umbrella under which robotics researchers, educators, and students from across campus can come together to advance the many high-powered and diverse robotics activities at Georgia Tech.
The Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business acts as a catalyst and connector, bringing together students, research faculty, companies, and entrepreneurs to create an environment where business-driven solutions to sustainability challenges can take shape and thrive.
SEI develops technologies, policies, and educational programs that have the potential for offering high-impact solutions to pressing near-term energy issues. SEI engages in fundamental energy-related research that will have a long-term, transformative effect on our nation's energy future.
The Supply Chain & Logistics Institute (SCL) enables supply chain professionals, businesses and governments to transform complex supply chains and trade corridors to improve logistics performance by providing education, innovation and solutions for global and domestic supply chains.