ESP Biography



CATHY HU, ESP Teacher




Major: Mechanical and Biological Eng

College/Employer: MIT

Year of Graduation: 2025

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Past Classes

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E15165: Designing a Sustainable Product in Fusion 360 in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
This will be a workshop where we walk students through the basics of fusion 360. First, we will give them a tutorial where they model a sustainable product. After the tutorial, we will give students time to develop their own design which they will submit at the end. They can vote on the best product design, and we will 3D print that part for the student to get as a prize!


E15428: Build Your Own Wind Turbine! in Splash 2022 (Nov. 19 - 20, 2022)
Have you ever looked at a windmill and wondered how it worked? Come build your own mini circuits with wind circuits, capacitors, and LEDs! This workshop will go over the current types of renewable energy such as solar and wind and how each type works. This information will be supplemented by a circuit lab where students make their own mini solar panel circuit and wind mill. It will also cover the various challenges different types of renewables are facing.


E14834: Clean & Easy Energy! in Splash 2021 (Nov. 20 - 21, 2021)
Have you ever wondered what the future holds or what the future of energy will look like? For those of us at Sustainable Energy Alliance, we see a world where clean, affordable energy lights up our homes and powers rural and urban communities equally. Are you inspired by issues of energy, environmentalism, technology, social justice, and much more? Have you ever wondered about transportation, agriculture, or buildings? Ever wonder about solar panels? (seriously, how DO they work?) Energy storage? Or what political factors have been preventing the world from “kicking coal”? Well, have we found a class for you! Join us for a crash course in modern energy technology and policies and participate in our design challenge to learn how YOU can make a difference!