Discovering New Technologies to Solve Environmental Issues

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Illinois Tech has provided Sydney Kaplan (Mechanical Engineering/M.E. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 4th Year) with opportunities that are leading her toward a future in discovering new technologies and making a positive impact on our environment.

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This research has opened many doors for Sydney and ignited her passion for conservation technology. Through this experience, Sydney has explored her passions and used robotics to solve complex, unique engineering problems experienced by tree scientists. Additionally, Sydney recently presented a poster on her findings at The International Symposium for Precision Management of Orchards and Vineyards in Palermo, Italy.

国拍自产在线观看-国自产视频在线观看-99视频精品全部 国产Sydney also studied abroad at Lund University in Sweden, which she describes as one of the most impactful experiences in college. “I had the opportunity to take hands-on robotics classes while in Lund and grow as an individual while learning about different cultures.”

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