Lecturer in Architecture
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
ANDREAS GEORGOULIAS is a lecturer in architecture and a founding member of the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His research focuses on large-scale sustainable developments and infrastructures. Dr. Georgoulias is a registered architect in the EU and apart from his design and development practice in Athens, he has collaborated with Arsis Architects and Obermeyer Planen+Beraten GmbH. As a site engineer he worked with Hochtief in the New Athens International Airport, the largest construction project in Europe at the time. To expand his understanding of the complexities of mega-projects, he worked in the Transportation & Public-Private Partnerships group of UniCredit. While in the United States, Dr. Georgoulias has collaborated as independent consultant with several private firms and governmental agencies such as the General Services Administration of the US Federal Government at their Public Building Services program. Recently, he has been a consultant for new city developments in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, and he conducts research on sustainability integration for the Gulf Encyclopedia of Sustainable Urbanism, sponsored by the Qatar Foundation. Dr. Georgoulias holds a 5-year professional degree in Architecture Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, a Master in Design Studies and a Doctor of Design from Harvard.