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 Sasireka Velusamy

Sasireka Velusamy

PhD student

 Environment and Sustainability Institute Desk 63, Room 1.03

 

Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

I am a PhD student in renewable energy, my research study is based on wastewater treatment, particularly focussing on textile industrial wasterwater.Treating the textile effluent  by using Graphene oxide with metal oxide nano particles for the  removal of  both textile dyes and dyes  contaning heavy metal ion pollutants.The main objective of this research study is,to find a low cost alternative for textile wastewater dyes and  metal ions removal using adsorption technique.

Publication

Employing CdS nanoparticles as an adsorbent for the removal of different dosages of hexavalent Cr (VI) from aqueous solution S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, TK Mallick, Materials Letters, 2021. 131602.

A Review on Heavy Metal Ions and Containing Dyes Removal Through Graphene Oxide‐Based Adsorption Strategies for Textile Wastewater Treatment (Chem. Rec. 7/2021). S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, T Kumar Mallick, The Chemical Record 2021.

Cover Picture: A Review on Heavy Metal Ions and Containing Dyes Removal Through Graphene Oxide‐Based Adsorption Strategies for Textile Wastewater Treatment (Chem. Rec. 7/2021). S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, T Kumar Mallick, The Chemical Record 21 (7), 2021.1569-1569.

Eggshell Membrane Assisted CdS Nanoparticles for Manganese Removal A Roy, S Velusamy, S Sundaram, T Mallick. 2021,The advanced materials letter.

Synergistic effect of nanoflower-like CdS for removal of highly toxic aqueous Cr (VI) A Roy, S Velusamy, TK Mallick, S Sundaram,Materials Letters 270,2020, 127734.

Qualifications

M.Phil in Business Administration (Bharathidasan University),Tamilnadu,India

MBA (Bharathiar University) Tamilnadu,India

B.Sc in Chemistry (Bharathiar University) Tamilnadu,India

Research

Research interests

Water is essential for all living things,but currently our water resources are contaminated by anthropogenic activities which increase the demand for clean water singnificance. Therefore, my research  is about exploring the economical as well as environmetally friendly ways to treat the waste water for controling the pollutants load in waterways.

Publication 

Employing CdS nanoparticles as an adsorbent for the removal of different dosages of hexavalent Cr (VI) from aqueous solution S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, TK Mallick, Materials Letters, 2021. 131602

Cover Picture: A Review on Heavy Metal Ions and Containing Dyes Removal Through Graphene Oxide‐Based Adsorption Strategies for Textile Wastewater Treatment (Chem. Rec. 7/2021). S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, T Kumar Mallick, The Chemical Record 21 (7), 2021.1569-1569

A Review on Heavy Metal Ions and Containing Dyes Removal Through Graphene Oxide‐Based Adsorption Strategies for Textile Wastewater Treatment (Chem. Rec. 7/2021)S Velusamy, A Roy, S Sundaram, T Kumar Mallick, The Chemical Record 2021

Eggshell Membrane Assisted CdS Nanoparticles for Manganese Removal A Roy, S Velusamy, S Sundaram, T Mallick. 2021,The advanced materials letter.

Synergistic effect of nanoflower-like CdS for removal of highly toxic aqueous Cr (VI) A Roy, S Velusamy, TK Mallick, S Sundaram,Materials Letters 270,2020, 127734.

Teaching

Supervision / Group

Postgraduate researchers

  • Tapas Mallick
  • Senthilarasu Sundaram

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