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User:Kv84

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About Me[edit]

Kong Vang
Contact Information:
kv84@humboldt.edu

Interests in Engineering[edit]

The integration of the highest quality of modular technology into homes, buildings and urban land use. Modular technology would provide a multi-usable space in population dense environments to host different services, events or demonstrations. Although I don't know much research going into most of the science behind modular technology, I am certain the outcomes of the integration would have minor negative effects, if any, compared to the positive effects of temporarily sharing a space with the community.

I am also interested in the portable technology that research and engineering may provide for areas affected by disasters. Through mere observation, the main infrastructures in a city are usually crippled after natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes and not lastly wild fires. I want to research into portable, effective and easily deployable technology.

My future aspirations rests with research and field engineering.

Experience in Engineering[edit]

  • Studying Environmental Research Engineering at Humboldt State University.
  • Building a Rube Goldberg contraption to turn off a power switch.
  • Designing a water treatment for the 2019 Annual MidPac Conference
    • My team and I won the local MidPac competition hosted by the local ASCE Chapter at Humboldt State University.

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