How can provide clean, affordable energy for electricity and heating for the poor? I believe that brilliant young minds are capable of solving this issue through projects designed to be simple and affordable to the poorest. We'll discuss the engineering and infrastructure dilemmas behind clean energy, and some recent experiences in rural India and around the world.
I am an undergraduate student of chemical engineering at Curtain University in Malaysia. I’m the president of the student chapter of the Institute of Chemical Engineering, and I’m a peer mentor in mathematics.
Chemistry and mathematics are all around us. We are repeating patterns and optimizing. We are reacting and releasing energy. Do you see the science around you? When we can begin to see our daily problems as science challenges, we can look at them with creativity and enthusiasm.