Robin Zollner grew up near West Point in New York's Hudson Valley. He is now working towards a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, with a minor in Mathematics and a minor in Chemistry, at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. On the side, he researches complex coacervation, a unique type of electrostatically-driven liquid-liquid phase separation. He is the Vice President and one of the founding members of the oSTEM chapter at UMass Amherst. Robin likes to go rock climbing or ice skating with friends, and he's a huge Harry Potter fan.