日期：2018-08-01 点击量： 657次
Dr. Lakhveer Singh
Oregon State University, India
He research interest caters to the broad areas of energy production and water treatment, of which he current interest is focused on hybrid bioreactors and novel techniques to treat various lignocelluloses biomass. he research also includes conceptualization, designing and fabrication of different advanced and hybrid microbial electrochemical system (MEC), Microbial fuel cells (MFCs), Dark-photo fermentations, Hybrid anaerobic/aerobic fermenters etc. Other than the above mentioned areas his research interest also lies in the development of novel nano catalyst for energy and water treatment applications. Currently in the department of Biological and Ecological Engineering at Oregon State University, USA, he is working (from July-2017) in the Prof. Hong’s Lab (One of the best Bioelectrochemical lab in the world) on DOE project “Development and scale-up of a low cost hybrid fermentation and MEC (F-MEC) system” that can be integrated with well-developed lignocellulose pretreatment/hydrolysis or wastewater treatment processes for efficient H2 production and treatment. he has published more than 43 papers in various refereed high impact international journals with a total citation of 656 (till date) (h-index: 15, total impact factor 110). In addition, 4 students completed their PhD, and more than 10 undergraduate students finished their final year projects under he direct supervision. One of he key strength is providing quality research experience and training to young talented students.
After joining Assistant Professor at Faculty of Engineering Technology, University Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia (UMP) in 2013, he taught courses at different levels starting from 1st year to 4th year. Subjects include organic chemistry, applied chemistry, Bio-based fuel and alternative energy 2 | P a g e Singh, Lakhveer
applications, Green Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Environment management and green technology, engineering technology senior design project.
Many tools (e.g. slides, videos, internet resources) and an intranet based integrated virtual learning environment (IVLE) were used for teaching and communicating with students. Class sizes ranged from 80 to 15 students, based on the level of the course. The student feedback is usually around ~ 4/5 throughout my stay in UMP. Currently, at Oregon State University I am mentoring master and Ph.D students also.