A lunch experiment on cookstoves

ERG Ph.D. candidate, Pierce Gordon, with ERG affiliated faculty, Alice M. Agogino, and Ashok Gadgil, share about making lunch with cookstoves during a new class on  Design, Evaluate and Scale Development Technologies for the Ph.D. designated emphasis in Development Engineering.

Faculty interviewed in the video are Alice M. Agogino (Mechanical Engineering) and David Levine (Haas School of Business), the co-instructors of the core class in the Development Engineering graduate minor. Graduate students interviewed are Pierce Gordon (Energy Resources Group) and Karan Patel (Product Design, Mechanical Engineering). We were also joined by Ashok Gadgil (Environmental Engineering and LBNL), Vi Rapp (LBNL) and Susan Amrose (Environmental Engineering and LBNL), all of whom have been involved in developing, testing and refining the Berkeley Darfur Stove.

Read more about it here.