We are delighted to introduce Mike Elovitz as an Editorial Board Member for our new journal Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology.
Mike completed his Ph.D. at the Department of Environmental Science & Engineering, Oregon Health and Science University. He has been a Research Scientist at the US Environmental Protection Agency since 1997.
Mike conducts research for the Treatment Technology Evaluation Branch in the Water Supply and Water Resources Division of the Office of Research and Development’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory. His current research projects focus on computation fluid dynamics modelling approaches to ozone contractor design and halonitromethane formation during chlorination. Mike also investigates mixing in baffled ozone contractors using 3D lased-induced fluorescence and reactive transport model.
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