Personal Profile

Christine Singer has over 12 years of experience in various roles in renewable energy research. She began at a startup R&D where her research focused on the optimization of cellulosic ethanol production from renewable feedstocks. At NREL, Christine has continued pursuing several research areas in the biological conversion of lignin and sugars from biomass to high value chemicals and precursors of fuels. 

Professional Experience

Researcher II, NREL (2016–present)

Research Scientist, GeoSynFuels (2014–2016)

Staff Scientist ll, GeoSynFuels (2010–2014)

Staff Scientist l, GeoSynFuels (2009–2010)

Research Technician, GeoSynFuels (2008–2009)

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Biology and Chemistry, University of Colorado Colorado Springs


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