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Dr. Zeeshan Haider Jaffari | Wastewater treatment using AI | Young Scientist Award

Research Professor, Konkuk University, South Korea

Dr. Zeeshan Haider Jaffari, a distinguished Research Professor at Konkuk University in South Korea, has garnered acclaim for his groundbreaking work in wastewater treatment fused with Artificial Intelligence (AI). His pioneering research not only addresses critical environmental challenges but also underscores the transformative potential of AI in sustainability efforts. Dr. Jaffari’s innovative approach has earned him the prestigious Young Scientist Award, reflecting his dedication to advancing scientific frontiers and addressing pressing global concerns. 🌱 His work stands as a testament to the power of interdisciplinary collaboration and technological innovation in shaping a more sustainable future for our planet.


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Dr. Zeeshan Haider Jaffari holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Engineering from the Faculty of Engineering and Green Technology at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Kampar, Perak, Malaysia 🎓. With a specialization in the synthesis of morphologically designed semiconductor nanocomposites for environmental purification utilizing photo/electrocatalysis, Dr. Jaffari’s expertise lies at the intersection of engineering and green technology. Prior to his PhD, he earned a Master of Science (MSc) in Chemical Engineering from The University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan, focusing on adsorption and electrochemical regeneration 📚. His academic journey commenced with a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Chemical Engineering from Dawood College of Engineering & Technology, Karachi, Pakistan, where he specialized in Chemical Process Engineering 🌱.


As a Post-doc Researcher at the School of Urban and Environmental Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea, my focus lies in synthesizing and characterizing novel environmentally friendly nanomaterials 🌱. Additionally, I apply artificial intelligence in materials discovery and the environmental/energy field, pushing the boundaries of innovation. Transitioning to Chaoyang University of Technology in Taiwan, my role entails synthesizing and characterizing novel MXene-based nanomaterials for wastewater contaminant removal 🧪. Writing manuscripts and guiding post-graduate students further enriches my responsibilities. Previously, as a Graduate Research Associate at Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman in Malaysia, I specialized in synthesizing nanocomposite materials and supervising research projects aimed at wastewater treatment under sunlight irradiation ☀️.

Research Interests

Dr. Zeeshan Haider Jaffari specializes in synthesizing and characterizing novel nanomaterials, with a keen focus on resource recovery from waste. 🌱 His expertise extends to wastewater treatment and antibacterial disinfection methods, crucial for maintaining environmental health. Additionally, Dr. Jaffari excels in monitoring contaminations in ground or surface water, employing cutting-edge techniques to ensure water safety. 💧 With a passion for sustainable solutions, he endeavors to address pressing environmental challenges through innovative research and practical applications. Dr. Jaffari’s multidisciplinary approach and commitment to excellence make him a valuable asset in the field of environmental science and engineering. 🌍

Publications Top Notes

Magnetically recoverable Pd-loaded BiFeO3 microcomposite with enhanced visible light photocatalytic performance for pollutant, bacterial and fungal eliminationSeparation and Purification Technology, 236, 116195 (2020) – Citations: 83 – IF: 2020.

Surface decorated coral-like magnetic BiFeO3 with Au nanoparticles for effective sunlight photodegradation of 2, 4-D and E. coli inactivationJournal of Molecular Liquids, 326, 115372 (2021) – Citations: 72 – IF: 2021.

Boosting visible light photocatalytic and antibacterial performance by decoration of silver on magnetic spindle-like bismuth ferriteMaterials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 101, 103-115 (2019) – Citations: 67 – IF: 2019.

Construction of delaminated Ti3C2 MXene/NiFe2O4/V2O5 ternary composites for expeditious pollutant degradation and bactericidal property Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 10 (5), 108284 (2022) – Citations: 59 – IF: 2022.

Insight into the influence of noble metal decorated on BiFeO3 for 2, 4-dichlorophenol and real herbicide wastewater treatment under visible lightColloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 614, 126138 (2021) – Citations: 47 – IF: 2021.

Machine learning approaches to predict the photocatalytic performance of bismuth ferrite-based materials in the removal of malachite green Journal of Hazardous Materials, 442, 130031 (2023) – Citations: 45 – IF: 2023.


Zeeshan Haider Jaffari | Wastewater treatment using AI | Young Scientist Award

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