Neil Cudney

I am an environmental resources engineering student at Cal Poly Humboldt. I am exceptionally good at mathematics, but I am more interested in seeing how mathematical concepts can be applied to engineering applications.

Interests in Engineering[edit | edit source]

Water and air quality, Energy Conservation, and Health & Safety

Major[edit | edit source]

Environmental Resources Engineering

Experience in Engineering[edit | edit source]

What I built with the help of other engineering students:

Rube Goldberg

Quincunx Probability Machine

Bicycle Rack

I also have knowledge in AutoCAD and Excel.

Portfolio[edit | edit source]

Probability Machine Main Document

Sample Memo

Sample Microsoft Excel

Sample AutoCAD Drawing

Sample Gantt Chart

Summary[edit | edit source]

I am interested in seeing how mathematics and science can be applied to engineering to solve world problems.

Discussion[View | Edit]

Welcome![edit source]


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