Executive Positions

The Energy Club at Georgia Tech is dedicated to bringing together different viewpoints on energy as well as the social, economic and political factors that comprise the issue. We are a diverse group made up of technical and non-technical members from different fields of study spanning from first year undergraduates to fifth year doctoral students.

Bryan Hare

Bryan Hare

Co-President

Bryan Hare is a chemical engineering Ph.D. student currently working on the conversion of biomass derivatives into hydrogen. His other energy interests include synthetic fuels and carbon dioxide utilization while his hobbies encompass various activities from acting to whiskey connoisseuring. Bryan wants to advocate energy efficient practices and growing support for renewable alternative sources.

Austin Fan

Austin Fan

Co-President

Austin is a 3rd year Chemical Engineering Major looking to minor in energy systems. But when he’s not in the classroom, you can catch him playing frisbee with friends or cooking up random foods. Ultimately, his goal is to do whatever he can to advance sustainable technology in the world.

Matthew Warner

Matthew Warner

Co-President
Brad Houska

Brad Houska

Treasurer, Energy Conference Co-Chair

Brad Houska is a 2nd year Electrical Engineering PhD student. His research interests are wide bandgap power electronics and renewable energy integration. During his free time, Brad is an avid runner & mountain biker. His favorite in-Atlanta running route is the Piedmont Park lake loop.

Sam Talkington

Sam Talkington

Energy Conference Co-Chair
Hassan Haddad

Hassan Haddad

Communications & Graphic Design Chair