Scott Marble is a founding partner of Marble Fairbanks Architects in New York and was recently appointed Professor and William H. Harrison Chair of the School of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology. He was previously Associate Adjunct Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation where he was Director of Fabrication Research from 2004 – 2008 and Director of Integrated Design from 2009-2015.
Cassandra Telenko began at Georgia Tech in January 2015. Her prior appointments include a postdoctoral research position in the MIT-SUTD International Design Centre with joint appointments at MIT and SUTD. She received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to fund her graduate work at the University of Texas at Austin where she completed her MSE (2009) and Ph.D. (2012) in Mechanical Engineering.
Julie Ju-Youn Kim RA AIA is the Associate Chair of the School of Architecture, Director of Undergraduate Studies, and Associate Professor at Georgia Institute of Technology. She is also founder and principal of c2architecturestudio, an alternative practice dedicated to craft, making and building framed by questions of technology, the environment, culture and gender.
Eunhwa Yang is an assistant professor in the School of Building Construction. Her scholarly passion lies in the area of sustainable building practices and the relationship between people and the built environment. Her current research focuses on stakeholder engagement and energy efficiency in tenanted properties.
Areas of Interest:
Energy efficiency in tenanted properties
Energy efficiency policies in buildings
Diffusion of sustainable building practices
Yang, E. & Hua, Y. (under review). Diffusion of innovation in sustainable building practices and the role of stakeholders. Construction Management & Economics. (invited to the special issue on social networks in construction)
Yang, E. & Hua, Y. (2014). Framework of construction innovation: A review of diffusion of sustainable innovation in the building sector. Construction Research Congress by Construction Research Council of the ASCE Construction Institute Proceedings, Atlanta, GA.
Hua, Y. & Yang, E. (2012). Building spatial layout that supports healthier behavior of office workers: A new performance mandate for sustainable buildings. Work (Reading, Mass), 49(3), 373-380.
Current PhD students:
BC 6100 Professional Trends in Facility Management, Fall
BC 6300 Safety and Environmental Issues, Fall
BC 6600 Facility Management Financial Analysis, Spring