Teng has been a postdoctoral fellow in the Mitch Lab since September 2012. He is from Xiamen, China. Teng received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota, M.S. from Singapore Stanford Partnership, and B.S. from Tongji University. While in Minnesota, he worked with Dr. Bill Arnold to study pesticide fate and sulfur cycling in prairie pothole wetlands. At Stanford, he is interested in (1) tracking natural and anthropogenic precursors to carcinogenic nitrosamine disinfection byproducts (e.g., NMDA and its friends) and (2) tuning the staged anaerobic fluidized membrane bioreactor (SAF-MBR) system for energy-neutral potable water production from wastewater. For more information, please visit Teng's webpage or contact him at teng.zeng <at> stanford.edu.
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