The College of Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications from outstanding candidates to fill the Georgia Power Chair in Energy Efficiency endowed professorship. The College of Sciences, comprised of the Schools of Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, and Psychology, seeks an individual that will support research for improving the way in which energy is efficiently produced, distributed, and used. The search is open with respect to research area, disciplinary focus, application domain(s), and primary activities (computation, theory, and experimentation). Relevant areas include sustainability, green chemistry, climate change, clean energy innovation, advanced materials, decarbonization, green computation, technology diffusion and societal adoption of new technologies, although all contemporary topics that address societal-grand challenges in energy efficiency are of interest. We are particularly interested in candidates that could be instrumental in establishing new companies that would stimulate economic growth within Georgia.