Kedi Hu is an undergraduate senior at MIT studying chemical engineering and architecture. Interested in sustainable development, she has worked on a number of academic and professional projects addressing environmental problems – water scarcity, pollution capture, and grid-scale energy storage. In the Rutledge lab, her work focuses on studying the kinetics of oil sorption in electrospun membranes. Outside of academics, she enjoys dancing & urban-sketching, and dreams of uniting her passions for science and art by deploying environmental technologies in functional public art installations to harness renewable energy or capture pollution.
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Fun fact: Kedi translates to cat in Turkish but I’m actually allergic to cats.