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Mathew Rasmussen focuses on projects related to catalytic upgrading of renewable carbon sources, including reactive carbon capture, biogas methanation, electrochemical CO2 reduction, and synthesis of sustainable aviation fuels. He received his doctorate in chemical engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder, where he studied heterogeneous metal oxide catalysts for converting biomass into biofuels.

Research Interests

Catalytic upgrading of renewable carbon to fuels and products

Electrochemical CO2 transformations

Carbon capture, utilization, and storage

Development of advanced catalytic materials

Professional Experience

Postdoctoral Researcher, NREL (2022–2024)

Graduate Research Intern, NREL (2020–2021)

Graduate Research Assistant, University of Colorado Boulder (2016–2022)

Colorado Center for Biorefining and Biofuels Researcher, University of Colorado Boulder (2015) 

REU Fellow, Auburn University (2014)

Education/Academic Qualification

PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder

Bachelor, Chemical Engineering, University of Missouri-Columbia


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