Now in its 11th year, Energy Night showcases the most exciting energy research, education, and entrepreneurship at MIT. This year's event will showcase a myriad of interactive poster presentations from every energy affiliated department at MIT as well as early stage start-ups based on MIT technologies including a demo presentation by MIT’s award-winning Hyperloop Team.
The event is free and open to the general public, and an great opportunity to witness the cutting-edge energy research at MIT, spark conversations with students, faculty, energy investors, business leaders, researchers, and educators.
October 13, 2016
265 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02139
Srimayi Tenali is an undergraduate student at MIT in the Mechanical Engineering department. This past summer, she was a product design intern for EMBR Labs, an energy start-up, where she was involved in marketing, beta testing, and engineering for the launch of their new product, Wristify. Previously, she was a freshman representative on the executive board of Undergraduate Energy Club, and she will serve as Vice President this upcoming year. She’s interested in the connections between renewable energy, power engineering, and entrepreneurship, and is also passionate about STEM outreach.
Caitlin is an undergraduate at MIT and is currently a researcher in the Trancik Lab through the MIT Institute for Data, Systems, and Society, working on lifecycle analysis assessment of personal vehicles. She spent this past summer in Singapore, researching the impacts of anthropogenic pollution on climate and air quality. Caitlin in the Undergraduate Energy Club, where is currently serving as the Finance Director, and was previously involved in the planning of the first-ever Undergraduate Energy Research Fair. She is interested in electric vehicles, power engineering, and climate change mitigation.