David Gattie, Ph.D.
Connects energy policy and national security
1211 Driftmier Engineering Center
597 D. W. Brooks Drive
Athens, Georgia 30602
David Gattie’s research is focused on comprehensive energy policy and integrated resource planning in the electric power sector. He is a Resident Fellow in UGA’s Center for International Trade and Security where he engages in collaborative research on energy security and the national security implications of nuclear power. Dr. Gattie also leads UGA’s solar tracking demonstration project. Learn more about Dr. Gattie's teaching and research in Focus on Faculty.
Ph.D., Ecology, University of Georgia, 1993
B.S., Agricultural Engineering, University of Georgia, 1983
- Associate Professor, University of Georgia College of Engineering, 2006 - present
- Senior Fellow, UGA Center for International Trade and Security, 2018 - present
Area of Specialty
Energy systems and environmental issues