The following doctoral dissertations were completed in the last five years. For a complete archive, please visit our Ph.D. Alumni page or the SmarTech collection hosted by the Georgia Tech Library.
Barchers, Camille. “Serious Potential of Fun Games.” 2019. Supervised by Professor Steven P. French.
Fisch, Jessica. “The Role of Social Capital in Green Infrastructure Planning and Implementation.” 2019. Supervised by Associate Professor Michael Elliott.
Lanza, Kevin. “Red Hot American Summer: Extreme Heat and Physical Activity of Adults.” 2019. Supervised by Professor Brian Stone.
Doyle, Jessica. “What Metropolitan-Level Factors Affect Latino-Owned Business Performance?” 2018. Supervised by Professor Catherine Ross.
Hylton, Peter. “Electronic Retail Effects on Airports and Regional Development” 2018. Supervised by Professor Catherine Ross.
Lee, Yongsung. “Will Millennials Stay in Cities and Travel Without Cars?: Understanding Heterogeneity in Modality Styles and Residential Preferences within and across Millennials and Members of Generation X” 2018. Supervised by Professor Subhrajit Guhathakurta.
Douthat, Thomas. “Adaptive Efficiency in Coffee Clusters: Resilience through Agglomeration, Global Value Chains, Social Networks, and Institutions.” 2017. Supervised by Associate Professor Michael Elliott.
Habeeb, Dana. "Exploring Urban Agriculture as a Climate Change Mitigation Strategy at the Neighborhood Scale." 2017. Supervised by Professor Brian Stone.
Raymond, Elora. "The Impact of Racial Segregation, Income Sorting and Risk-Based Mortgage Pricing on Housing Wealth Inequality: A Comparison Between Urban Regions in the United States." 2017. Supervised by Professor Dan Immergluck.
Zhang, Wenwen. "The Interactions between Land Use and Transportation in the Era of Shared Autonomous Vehicle: A Discrete Simulation Model." 2017. Supervised by Professor Subhrajit Guhathakurta.
Lee, Sang Won. "Metropolitan Housing Market Restructuring and Implications for Poverty Deconcentration: The Effects of Foreclosures on the Spatial Distribution of Housing Choice Voucher Residencies." 2016. Supervised by Professor Dan Immergluck.
Rao, Arthi Vijayanagara. "Landscape anthropometrics: A multi-scale approach to integrating health into the regional landscape." 2016. Supervised by Professor Catherine Ross.
Wang, Kyungsoon. "The Characteristics of Resilient Neighborhood Housing Markets During and After the U.S. Housing Crisis." 2016. Supervised by Professor Dan Immergluck.
White, Raymond. "The Rise of Economic Development Overlay Districts in Response to Industrial Land Loss: Insights from Survey and Case Study Research." 2015. Supervised by Professor Nancey Green Leigh.