Renewable Bioproducts

Over the past decade, Georgia Tech has broadened its bioproducts research beyond pulp and paper to include technologies that produce chemicals, biofuels and new material products from forest raw materials. As a result, Georgia Tech is now positioned to better serve the development of new forest-based economies and enhance the global competitiveness of companies operating in a variety of markets.

ISyE research faculty who collaborate with Georgia Tech's Renewable Bioproducts Core Research area include:

Affiliated ISyE Faculty

Valerie Thomas
Anderson-Interface Chair of Natural Systems , Professor