Andreas Georgoulias teaches graduate and executive level courses in interdisciplinary design, project management and real estate development, and he is Research Director for the Zofnass Program for Sustainable Infrastructure at the GSD. His recent books include the co-edited Infrastructure Sustainability and Design (Routledge) and, with Hanif Kara the forthcoming Interdisciplinary Design (Actar). His research focuses on the interplay between project level dynamics and people, technology, and systems of organization; he combines theories and methods from design, planning, real estate, organizational science, strategy, and psychology to explain performance variation in building projects, design firms, and urban developments. Andreas is the author of more than a dozen case studies used for teaching at Harvard, and he has presented his research in numerous academic conferences and professional venues in countries including the United States, Korea, Spain, Greece, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. Andreas’s current research includes the development of the Gulf Encyclopedia for Sustainable Urbanism, sponsored by the Qatar Foundation. Andreas is a registered architect and holds a degree in architecture engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, a master’s in design studies and a doctorate of design from the GSD.