Dr Ahmed Khalil
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Telephone: 01392 724075
Extension: (Streatham) 4075
Dr Ahmed Khalil has got his PhD at Kyushu University, Japan, in September 2017. As a researcher, he has considerable knowledge and experience-acquired skills in synthesising and characterising nanomaterials for water and wastewater treatment. In addition, he has worked in modelling, optimising, and simulating environmental and chemical processes since his master’s degree. His track record of publications has exceeded 20 peer-reviewed journal publications and 15 conference proceedings since 2015 (refer to his ResearchGate profile link).
Currently, at the University of Exeter, Fate and Management of Emerging Contaminants (FaME) is an ongoing project that provides for the clean ganga mission in India and water pollution control in the UK. Dr Khalil’s present research work in that area focuses on developing innovative treatment solutions based on graphene-based nano-adsorbents for the removal of emerging contaminants from wastewaters, pursuing his goal in designing and operating cost-effective nanomaterial-based technologies to treat unconventional water supplies.