The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Valerie Thomas

Anderson Interface Associate Professor
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, and
School of Public Policy
Georgia Institute of Technology
Qatar's Outdoor Air Conditioning is Not the Real Villain, Slate. November 4, 2019.

Reduce Health Impacts from Power Plants, Georgia Tech Sustainability Symposium, October 27, 2019.

Largest Ever USDA Grant to Grow Vegetables with Wastewater, Forbes. December 2018.

Exploring How to Bring Electricity to East Africa, Georgia Tech ISyE. December 2016.

Arulselvan and Thomas win MIT Climate CoLab Aviation Judges Choice Award 2016, September 2016.

Reducing Ozone When and Where it Matters Most, Power Magazine, V. Thomas, P. Kerl, J. Moreno-Cruz, A. Nenes, M. Realff, A. Russell, J. Sokol, W. Zhang. November 2015.

How Bad is Power Plant Pollution? Depends on the Weather. National Geographic, August 2015.

Powering Up: Energy Storage Innovations Will Make Renewables Less Expensive, More Reliable, April 2015. And also here.

E-waste and the Internet of Things: The problem is part of the solution, ITU News, No. 1, 2014.

Finally! Experts give us solutions to those wasteful single-cup coffee pods, NationSwell, Feb 13, 2014.

Diesel or Electric? Valerie Thomas discusses choice for vehicle propulsion, Money Radio, October 4 2013.

Diesel or Electric? Study Offers Advice for Owners of Urban Delivery Truck Fleets, Georgia Tech, September 25 2013.

Environmental, but not green, savings from electric trucks, Fleet Owner, July 11 2013.

Electric, diesel urban delivery trucks' have similar TCO - study, Automotive World, July 8 2013.

Georgia Tech life-cycle study finds TCO of medium-duty electric and diesel delivery trucks similar; electric life-cycle energy use and GHG lower than diesel, Green Car Congress, July 6 2013.

ISyE Professor Develops "Smart Trash" Concept for Recycling, December 2011.

Waste Tracking - New York Times Magazine, December 13, 2009.

Will Trash Cans Get Smart? - Wall Street Journal, October 14, 2009.