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Jeremy Faludi (Ph.D., LEED AP BD+C) is a sustainable design strategist and educator. He teaches at TU Delft, and has taught green product design at Stanford, Dartmouth, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and others. He wrote VentureWell's Tools for Design and Sustainability, and the OECD's recommendations for governments on green 3D printing. He also co-wrote the Autodesk Sustainability Workshop, which has been viewed by almost five million people worldwide and was listed by Fast Company as one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Education Companies in 2011. He has contributed to seven books on sustainable design, including Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century.

He designed the first version of The Biomimicry Institute's online database, now AskNature.org, and a bicycle he helped design was in the Cooper-Hewitt museum's exhibit, "Design for the other 90%". He was sustainability research manager for Project FROG, a leader in modular commercial green buildings; he has also worked for Rocky Mountain Institute and Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, among others. He has been a juror for several green design competitions, including Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, Dell's ReGeneration, 2010 Greener Gadgets, and IDSA SF's Digging Deeper, and the Biomimicry Institute's Ray of Hope prize.

He has spoken at over 70 conferences, businesses, and universities around the world, and has appeared in dozens of print and online publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the San Francisco Chronicle, C|Net, Wired, and more. 

Education/Academic qualification

UC Berkeley

Award Date: 7 Jan 2017

Stanford University

Award Date: 7 Jan 2003

Reed College

Award Date: 7 Jan 1995

Keywords

  • TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
  • Sustainable design methods
  • Sustainable Additive Manufacturing
  • Green 3D printing
  • Green design tools
  • Life cycle assessment
  • Toxicity hazard assessment
  • Systems thinking

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