2nd Place - Tie
Natalie Gayoso is a first-generation master’s student at the University of New Mexico studying Environmental Engineering. Her research is revolved around atmospheric water harvesting (AWH), a methodology used to capture moisture from the air and convert it into drinking water. Specifically, she is using Techno-Economic Analysis to analyze costs, benefits, and uncertainties in scaling up condensation-based AWH across various climate regions. Aside from her scientific interests, she enjoys reading, CrossFit, videography, and traveling. She looks forward to inspiring the next generation though the work she's accomplished.