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Dr. Rajneesh Singh | Water quality management | Best Researcher Award

Ramanujan fellow, IIT Roorkee, India

Rajneesh Singh, PhD, currently serves as a Ramanujan Fellow at the Department of Hydrology, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT-R), India. With a strong background in civil engineering and environmental engineering, Dr. Singh has made significant contributions to the field of wastewater treatment and environmental remediation.

Profile

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Education ๐Ÿ“š

Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Environmental Engineering), Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar (IIT-BBS), India, 2019

M.Tech. (M.S.) in Agricultural Engineering (Aquacultural Engineering), Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur (IIT-KGP), India, 2014

B.Tech. (B.S.) in Agricultural Engineering, Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology (CSAUA&T), Kanpur, India, 2012

Experience ๐Ÿ’ผ

Dr. Singh has held various research positions internationally, including:

Ramanujan Fellow at IIT-R, India

Postdoctoral Research Associate at Saint Anthony Falls Lab (SAFL), University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, USA

Postdoctoral Research Associate at Nebraska Water Center (NWC), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Visiting Researcher at Nebraska Water Center (NWC), University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Research Interests ๐Ÿ”ฌ

Rural sanitation

Agricultural reuse of wastewater

Bioremediation of wastewater

Stormwater treatment and management

Affordable technologies for wastewater treatment

Clogging estimation and prevention

Awards ๐Ÿ†

Ramanujan Fellowship for Faculty-Fellow position at IIT Roorkee by SERB – GoI

Postdoc fellowship from Nebraska Environmental Trust, USA

Postdoc fellowship from Minnesota Dept of Transportation, USA

MHRD fellowship for pursuing PhD and M. Tech.

Publicationsย  Top Notes๐Ÿ“

Water Research (2024) – “Understanding the Role of Biofilms and Estimation of Life-span of a Tire Derived Aggregates based Underground Stormwater Treatment System”

Journal of Cleaner Production (2023) – “Leachability and Phosphorous Removal Potential of Tire Derived Aggregates in Underground Stormwater Chambers”

Environments (2023) – “Leaching Performance of Nanotechnology Induced High Arsenic Bearing Tooelite-like Mineral Nanowaste”

Clean Water (2022) – “Effects of Intermittent Feeding on the Performance, Life Span and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of a Vertical Flow Macrophyte Assisted Vermifilter”

Rajneesh Singh | Water quality management | Best Researcher Award

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