Identifying the workforce contribution of a multiuser university cleanroom facility


Analyzing the career trajectories of past users of multiuser facilities, administrators and researchers can gain insights into the societal impact of these facilities and their contributions to enhancing the nation’s highly skilled technical workforce. These analyses help better understand the career paths and achievements of individuals who have engaged with the research facilities and how these facilities have influenced career paths and contributed to a specialized labor market.


We searched on LinkedIn for past users of Georgia Tech’s cleanroom facility. We then documented their current employers, jobs and geographic locations to provide a picture of the workforce impact of the facility.

Find the final report here:


  • Sergio Pelaez
  • Diana Hicks


U.S. National Science Foundation, Award # 2025462