Shahram Tabe received his Ph.D. degree in chemical engineering from the University of Ottawa, in 1994, in the field of membrane gas separation. He also completed the NSERC Industrial Postdoctoral Fellowship developing a novel membrane system to recover VOCs from petrochemical off-gas streams. Tabe serves as the Drinking Water Engineering Specialist at the Ontario Ministry of the Environment. He also works as an Adjunct Professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada. Tabe’s past and present research interests cover a wide area of water and wastewater treatments, membrane processes, and advanced oxidation processes. He has supervised and continues to supervise a number of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows as well as fellow scientists and engineers. He has published numerous scientific papers and chapters of books and has been the invited speaker at a number of national and international conferences, seminars, and workshops. He has been frequently interviewed by BBC, Voice of America, and other media on water-related issues. He also serves as a Member of the Project Advisory Committee of the US based Water Research Foundation.
Biography Updated on 30 December 2013