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Amanda Seidner

Amanda Seidner

Cohort V, Undergraduate

B.E, Environmental Engineering, Undergraduate

Cohort Level: Cohort - V

Career Goal: Once I graduate from my current degree program my career goal is to work within a large scale agency which focuses on sustainable development and preservation of Earths resources.

Expected Graduation Date: May 31, 2022

Degree: B.E Environmental Engineering

Research Title: Recycling Heat Waste In New York City

Research Synopsis: Thermal heat data images will be recorded at various sites across New York City of various buildings, parks and other locations of interest. This data will be compiled into a large scale map, which will allow for target areas to be determined. These target areas will be examined closer to determine if there is a way to reduce and/or recycle the heat in theses areas. By lowering the overall heat index of New York City, Urban Heat Island effect can also be reduced as well as the carbon footprint can be diminished by some degree.

CESSRST Consortium

CESSRST is led by The City University of New York and brings together Hampton University, VA; University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, PR; San Diego State University, CA; University of Maryland Baltimore County, MD; University of Texas at El Paso, TX.