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Prof. Andreas Georgoulias is an expert on sustainable infrastructure and large scale developments. He is the research director of the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at Harvard, where he teaches since 2007. He has published three books and numerous case studies on his area of work. His current projects include the Infrastructure 360 Awards with the Inter-American Development Bank, a wide interdisciplinary effort to assess health impacts of cities in Asia, and research on waste-to-energy facilities. He is the lead developer of the Zofnass Economic Tool, a comprehensive analytic model that quantifies the external costs and benefits of infrastructure. In the past, he has led the development of the first rating system to assess sustainable infrastructure, now deployed in the US and globally as Envision, collaborated with Obermeyer, Hochtief, UniCredit Markets and Investment Banking, and the US General Service Administration. He has consulted for the Economist Intelligence Unit and the United Nations Development Program, and led urban development plans in Cameroon, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Prof. Georgoulias holds degrees in Architecture Engineering from the University of Athens, a Master’s and a Doctorate from Harvard.