I'm a college student currently busy with getting a bachelor's degree in Ecotechnology, this degree involves a broad
range of topics of which the most important ones are listed below:
- Environmental technologies: AIR (pollution, purification), WATER (production, pollution, purification), EARTH (Environmental remediation)
- Life-cycle analysis, materials, ecodesign, durability, product efficiency
- Waste reduction and recycling, storage of dangerous & toxic chemicals
- Electricity, (home) automation, robotics, energy management, process management
- Energy production, green energy, biomass
Before this I attempted a degree in applied IT, namely computer and cyber crime, but quit after one year.
IT and electronics have always been my interests and I haven't given up on them, instead I try to incorporate that skillset
with energy and environmental sciences. I recently bought a Raspberry Pi with a sensor kit to play around with simple home automation (using Python) and I'm willing to share educational posts based on what I learn.