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Research Interests

Reactive carbon dioxide capture for net-zero fuel and value-added chemical production

Sustainable aviation fuel synthesis, testing, and characterization

Valorization of waste carbon streams (e.g., flue gas and pyrolysis oil aqueous phase)

Fuel-property-first identification and synthesis of high-performance fuels and blendstocks via catalytic upgrading of renewable carbon sources (e.g., gasified biomass and biomass pyrolysis vapors)

Heterogeneous catalyst synthesis, testing, and characterization

Professional Experience

Research Engineer III—Catalytic Carbon Transformation and Scale-up Center, NREL (2022–Present)

Postdoctoral Researcher—Chemical Engineering, NREL (2019–2022)

Graduate Research Assistant—Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University (2016–2019) 

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University

Master, Chemical Engineering, Columbia University

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, Tec de Monterrey


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