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Nupur Bahadur

Nupur Bahadur

Associate Professor
Amity University
India

Biography

Nupur Bahadur is currently working as Associate Professor in Amity Institute of Nanotechnology, Amity University, Noida, India.Bahadur received her Master’s in Physical Chemistry from M.D.S. University Ajmer, India and Doctorate Degree in the area of Photochemistry & Photocatalysis from IIT Roorkee in 2005. Prior to joining Amity, she worked as DST Young Scientist in CSIR-National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi and Assistant Professor in Delhi University. Her research interests primarily includes application of Nanomaterials for water and waste water treatment in particular Heterogeneous Photocatalysis as an Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) towards development of Photocatalytic Reactor for Industrial Effluent treatment. So far she has published 10 research papers in International Journals and 3 Book Chapters. She has 2 Indian Patents to her credit. She is reviewer to seven International Journals and Member of prestigious Scientific Bodies like International Water Association (IWA) and Materials Research Society of India (MRSI). She has delivered Invited Talk, Chaired Session and given Oral presentations in prestigious International Conferences and visited countries like Germany, Switzerland, Singapore and USA. She has successfully completed DST Young Scientist Project and currently pursuing a few Consultancy and Industry Sponsored Projects. She is an equally passionate teacher and Mentor to many students.

Research Interest

Nanomaterials for water and waste water treatment; Heterogeneous Photocatalysis as an Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) towards development of Photocatalytic Reactor for Industrial Effluent treatment; Solar Photocatalysis