The Remediation Technology Summit

February 26-28, 2019

Colorado Convention Center
Denver, CO

Thomas Duster
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Thomas Duster is currently a Geochemist at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Thomas completed a PhD at the University of Notre Dame in 2013, with research focusing on experimental determination of thermodynamic equilibrium constants that describe proton and metal complexation onto an engineered sorbent named graphene oxide. Thomas also has four years of project management experience in the environmental consulting field, an MSc in Environmental Biogeochemistry from the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (UK), and a BS in Aquatic Biology from the University of Montana

PLATFORM PRESENTER - Site Investigation and Modeling Applications

Improving Reactive Transport Modeling Using a Community Standards Framework for Surface Complexation Measurements