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Sage Quinn

Sage Quinn

Energy Engineering

Placement: LBNL - Coupled Processes Modeling in Energy Geosciences
Berkeley, California

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Sage Quinn is a rising junior Energy Engineering student with a data science minor. She is interested in all parts of renewable energy and energy-efficient design but currently plans to focus on technology within earth-energy interactions such as geothermal generation and storage. She is a part of various organizations on campus including Engineers Without Borders where she is working to develop and implement a water distribution system for a small village in Nicaragua. She is also a part of Sustainable Housing at California where she has roles as co-director of internal affairs and a member of the Solar Decathlon project team. Additionally, Sage is a part of the Cal Triathlon Team and Ski Club, and when she’s not working or at school, she will probably be skiing, biking, surfing, camping, or doing something else outside. Sage is very excited to be participating in this program and to have the opportunity to develop her skills and interests within alternative energy.



Blog #5: Fractures!

I cannot believe how fast this summer has gone by. I only have two weeks left in my internship, which means I have now been working on this project for over two months. I am also moving back to Berkeley for the fall semester this weekend, which is stressful but exciting.

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Blog #4: Visualizations and New Software

Currently, I am watching an output file grow and grow and grow as the simulation I am running executes.

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Blog #3: Rocks Rock

In the past couple of weeks of my internship, I have continued to work on understanding the software and developing problems. The current problem I am working on is a geothermal heating problem.

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Blog #2: TOUGH is Tough

I have spent the last two weeks of my internship running some basic problems and examples and getting a feel for the inputs and outputs of a TOUGH2 simulation.

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05 Jun

Blog #1: Getting TOUGH

I am now finishing the third week of my internship, and so far everything has gone swimmingly. The first day, I met with my host, Megsu Hu, to discuss the scope of my position and what I should begin to work on.

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22 May

[Introduction] Hello!

Hi! I’m Sage, a rising junior studying Energy Engineering with a Data Science minor.  I grew up in Lake Tahoe and attended an untraditional school that focused on outdoor learning, so from a young age, I was exposed to the wonders of the natural world.

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