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Justin Ramberger (bottom right in photo) is a fourth year student pursing a BS in Chemical Engineering and an MS in Engineering Management. He has worked in the Northeastern Laboratory for Advanced Separations and Catalysis under Dr. Sunho Choi since his freshman year, helping to develop and characterize materials for carbon dioxide capture and conversion. He has presented research at both RISE and national conferences, and is an author on a published academic paper and on several more that are currently under preparation. On campus, he is involved in the Northeastern chapters of ΩΧΕ, ΤΒΠ, and AIChE, where his is one of the ChemE Car Captains. He completed his first co-op at W.L. Gore and Associates where he worked on membrane surface modification and characterization. His second co-op was a Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage where he aided in analysis and scale up for grid-scale flow batteries.