Natalie Gayoso

New Mexico, United States


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 condensation-based AWH in regions undergoing a natural disaster or rural communities off the grid. Aside from her scientific interests, she enjoys reading, CrossFit, videography, and traveling