University of Michigan
Tim Fairley is a research assistant at the University of Michigan and has been researching anaerobic membrane bioreactors for the past 4 years. His research focus has been the design of membrane bioreactors, both their operation and filtration technology. As a result of this research, he is a co-inventor of a patent-pending device and treatment method which provides enhanced biological performance and low-pressure filtration in bioreactors. Prior to University of Michigan, he earned his bachelor's degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at UCLA, during which he worked for the research and development team at LACSD's Joint Water Pollution Control Plant.
Technical SessionGoing KETO: Stories of Carbon Re-Direction in the Age of Advanced Nutrient Removal11:00am-12:00pm Oct 9 (Eastern)Tim Constantine, Alessandro di Biase, Tim Fairley, Arifur Rahman, Emma Shen, Patrexia Tampon, Howard Truong