Energy and Public Health Mini Symposium

Please join us at on Friday, May 10th from 11am to 1pm for EPICenter’s Energy and Public Health Mini Symposium

Lunch will be served. 

Five research teams including faculty from across three colleges will provide an overview of their interdisciplinary research at the intersection of human health and energy systems. These projects are supported through EPICenter’s 2022 Seed Grant competition.

Presenters include:

  • Dan Molzahn, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Xin He, Civil Engineering
  • Pengfei Liu, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Shuichi Takayama, Biomedical Engineering
  • Laura Taylor, Economics

Please email to let us know if you plan to attend and/or bring someone to the symposium.

A unit of the Strategic Energy Institute of Georgia Tech, EPICenter’s mission is to conduct rigorous research and deliver high-impact insights that address the energy needs of the southeastern U.S., while keeping a national and global perspective. EPICenter calls upon broad, multidisciplinary expertise to engage the public and create solutions for critical emerging issues as our nation’s energy transformation unfolds.