Jeremy Faludi

Jeremy Faludi, 2015 Cohort,  Mechanical Engineering

Up-goer summary: “I will check different green ways of thinking to see where teams find new ideas, green ideas, and other good things.”

Jeremy Faludi is a third year PhD student in the mechanical engineering department, where he’s investigating how sustainable design methods can be “turned from a burden into an innnovation tool.” Prior to his studies at UC Berkeley he worked as a sustainable design strategist and researcher for clients including The Biomimicry Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, and the Rocky Mountain Institute, and worked for three years in the semiconductor industry. Now, as a SAGE fellow, he’s applying these experiences to work with design teams and testing different green design methods “to see where they find value for innovation, sustainability, and other benefits.”

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