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Researcher: Srivastava, KMP (Miss Pratiksha Srivastava)

Fields of Research

Environmentally sustainable engineering
Wastewater treatment processes
Air pollution modelling and control
Electrochemical energy storage and conversion
Ocean engineering
Chemical engineering design
Pollution and contamination
Biosecurity science and invasive species ecology

Research Objectives

Water recycling services (incl. sewage and greywater)
Measurement and assessment of freshwater quality (incl. physical and chemical conditions of water)
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Processing of energy sources
Management of gaseous waste from construction activities (excl. greenhouse gases)
Management of water consumption by mineral resource activities
Management of water consumption by manufacturing activities
Environmentally sustainable mineral resource activities
Management of liquid waste from manufacturing activities (excl. water)
Fuel cells (excl. solid oxide)
Marine biodiversity
Assessment and management of pelagic marine ecosystems

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A comprehensive review on emerging constructed wetland coupled microbial fuel cell technology: potential applications and challenges; Bioresource Technology
A review on the contribution of electron flow in electroactive wetlands: Electricity generation and enhanced wastewater treatment; Chemosphere
Constructed Wetland Coupled Microbial Fuel Cell Technology: Development and Potential Applications; Microbial Electrochemical Technology: Sustainable Platform for Fuels, Chemicals and Remediation
Degradation of azo dye in constructed wetland coupled with a microbial electrolysis cell; 16th IWA International Conference on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution Control
Denitrification in a low carbon environment of a constructed wetland incorporating a microbial electrolysis cell; Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering
Electrode dependent anaerobic ammonium oxidation in microbial fuel cell integrated hybrid constructed wetlands: a new process; Science of The Total Environment
Enhanced chromium(VI) treatment in electroactive constructed wetlands: influence of conductive material; Journal of Hazardous Materials
Influence of applied potential on treatment performance and clogging behaviour of hybrid constructed wetland-microbial electrochemical technologies; Chemosphere
Interrelation between sulphur and conductive materials and its impact on ammonium and organic pollutants removal in electroactive wetlands; Journal of Hazardous Materials
Low-power energy harvester from constructed wetland-microbial fuel cells for initiating a self-sustainable treatment process; Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments
Microbial fuel cell-integrated wastewater treatment systems; Integrated Microbial Fuel Cells for Wastewater Treatment
Performance assessment of aeration and radial oxygen loss assisted cathodes based integrated constructed wetland-microbial fuel cell systems; Bioresource Technology
Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland coupled with a microbial fuel cell for treating wastewater; Journal of Water Process Engineering
Recent Progress in Biosensors for Wastewater Monitoring and Surveillance; Artificial Intelligence and Data Science in Environmental Sensing
Up to 399 mV bioelectricity generated by a rice paddy-planted microbial fuel cell assisted with a blue-green algal cathode; Environmental Chemistry Letters

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision