Meet Christopher Ramos
Christopher Ramos enjoys writing science fiction, science, and political opinion.
As a graduate student at Northern Arizona University
, he defended and published his thesis entitled “The catalytic hydrogenation of carbon dioxide: methanol as potentially carbon-neutral fuel.
” As second author, he published “Optimization of Methanol Synthesis from Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen: Demonstration of a Pilot-Scale Carbon-Neutral Synthetic Fuels Process
” in the peer-reviewed journal ACS: Energy & Fuels.
As a graduate student as Mississippi State University
, he defended and published his thesis entitled “The hinterland: compilation of nearby brown dwarfs and ultracool stars
“. While attending MSU, he also wrote opinion pieces for the university paper The Reflector
. He’s also published opinion pieces in the Starkville Daily News
(2012), Rutland Herald
(2018), and Seven Days VT
In 2010, he published his first piece of fiction in the e-zine Liquid Imagination
” and re-published “Apotheosis
” — with slight variation — in the e-zine Altered Reality Magazine
Read Christopher’s Work in Altered Reality Magazine: