Tomasz Kalinowski, BS, PhD CandidateTomasz Kalinowski is 5th-year doctoral student and PhD Candidate in the Biological Design program at Arizona State University. Tomasz has several years of hands-on experience in remediation feasibility studies in both lab and field. For the past three years he has been working on predicting and understanding the performance of in situ remediation technologies at state and federal priority cleanup sites. His work has focused primarily on chloroethene and perchlorate contamination and on the use of a nascent remediation assessment tool, the In Situ Microcosm Array (ISMA).