Katelyn Ripley

Katelyn RipleyGraduate Student, ChemE
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Katelyn received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering and M.S. in Engineering Management from Northeastern University in 2020. While at Northeastern, she participated in the co-op program where she had the opportunity to work at a semi-conductor company, TEL NEXX, as well as at two companies developing long duration energy storage technologies: Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage and Form Energy. At both early-stage companies, Katelyn studied the electrochemical stability of flow battery electrolytes. At Northeastern, Katelyn worked under Dr. Joshua Gallaway studying bismuth-modified manganese dioxide cathodes for long-duration energy storage. In the Brushett group, Katelyn will be engineering electrochemical cells for carbon dioxide remediation.