Caleb is a research associate working on developing models for high-temperature direct air capture systems. He is currently working on his Ph.D. at Princeton University, where he researches systems optimization of bioenergy with carbon capture both at the biorefinery and national level, and optimization of landscape design to support biomass production, biodiversity, and ecosystem services.
Outside of his research, Caleb is an avid reader, baker, board gamer, and player of Spikeball.
Education and Training:
Ph.D. | Chemical and Biological Engineering | Princeton University | 2019-Present
B.S. | Chemical Engineering | Purdue University | 2015-2019