Me with my sister in Costa Rica.
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Name Scott Kavanaugh
Affiliations Cal Poly Humboldt
Registered 2009
Impact 2,695
Contributions Street lighting Analysis
Cal Poly Humboldt Paper Towel Diversion Project Phase II
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I was born and raised in Rocklin, Ca the former summer training camp of the San Francisco 49ers. I am an Environmental Science Major (Individual Design).

ENGR 370 Energy, Technology, and Society[edit | edit source]

Experience in Energy Technology,and Society[edit | edit source]

  • Recently co-created a cost benefit analysis document comparing internal combustion vehicles with alternative low or zero emission vehicles such as Hydrogen & Electric. This is to aid parking services in their next vehicle purchase. Project was done with Andrew Spickerman & Robert Di Paolo & Danielle Perrine.
  • Experience with Arc Map 9.3
  • Co-creater of Street lighting Analysis

Interests[edit | edit source]

  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles
  • Renewable energy alternatives such as wave energy
  • Social Marketing

Interests in Technology and the Environment[edit | edit source]

  1. Green Buildings: Incorporating things like a living roof and jeans as insulation such as that utilized in the Sustainable building design of the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco.
  2. Renewable Energy: Specifically I am interested in Geothermal and Biomass. Also I am intrigued by newer less popular forms such as harnessing and using wave energy.
  3. Biofuel/Hydrogen fuel cell cars: Interested in finding more efficient ways of promoting it to the public so it can be used on a greater scale.

Experience in Technology and/or the Environment[edit | edit source]

  1. This past summer I worked as a canvasser for The Campaign to Save the Environment.
  2. I have quite a bit of recreational experience interacting with the environment. I was fortunate enough to have some members in my family whose expertise in different fields within the science community helped me gain a greater perspective of the Environment.
  3. Spend a little time volunteering at Potawot.
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