PhD Candidate / Research Assistant
Colorado School of Mines
Anderson Ellis is a PhD Candidate and researcher at the Colorado School of Mines. Focusing primarily on the remediation of PFAS using ion exchange resins, his research interests include emerging contaminants, treatment system optimization, regulatory policy, and life cycle assessment. Anderson aims to evaluate various PFAS treatment schemes by combining sorbent parameterization and pilot system performance with life cycle costing and environmental impact data to identify the most sustainable and effective treatment configurations.