Über den Autor
Dr. Shah obtained his doctorate degree from Sardar Patel University, India, he then became a UNESCO-ROSTE Fellow at the Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Prague. He did his post-doctorate research at Polytechnic University, New York and is currently an Assistant Professor in Environmental Microbiology at Dowling College, New York. His research expertise includes drinking water treatment and conversion of environmental wastes to value added products.
1: Understanding the distinguishing features of a microbial fuel cell as a biomass-based renewable energy technology
Rittmann, B. E., Torres, C. I. & Marcus, A. K. 2: Screening microbes for ice-associating proteins with potential application as 'green inhibitors' for gas hydrates
Walker, V. K., Wilson, S. L., Wu, Z., Miao, D. N., Zeng, H., Ripmeester, J. A & Palmer, G. R. 3: Surface Reactions: Bio-catalyst an emerging alternative
Mahapatro, A. & Bhure, R. 4: Enabling simultaneous reductions in fuel consumption, NOx and CO2 via modeling and control of residual-affected low temperature combustion
Shaver, G. 5: Flexible sunlight- the history and progress of hybrid solar lighting
Maxey, C. 6: Synthesis, characterization and application of magnetic nanocomposites for the removal of heavy metals from industrial effluents
Xu, Z. & Dong, J. 7: Application of bacterial swimming and chemotaxis for enhanced bioremediation
Singh, R. & Olson, M. S.
Offers assorted reading on environmental technologies, from energy to catalysis to bioremediation, that could offer solutions to reduce human pressure on the environment
Each article discusses the latest advancements and future directions of various environmental technologies
Will serve as a bridge between sub-disciplines of environmental technologies