“I like the creative aspect of design, being able to create things out of imagination.”Sustaining political awarenessAt MIT, Horowitz connected with a like-minded community of makers. “I want to see MIT students more locally involved in politics around sustainability, not just the technology side,” Horowitz says. They could be really influential.”User-oriented designThe Arctic underwater ROV Horowitz worked on had to be waterproof and withstand water temperatures as low as 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Inevitably, snafus occurred, but in photos and videos taken the day of the Falmouth field tests, Horowitz is smiling. This article appears in the Winter 2023 issue of Energy Futures, the magazine of the MIT Energy Initiative.
Feb 20 2023