Ms Bhavya Joshi
Telephone: 01392 726376
Extension: (Streatham) 6376Bhavya has completed her master's in Nanotechnology from National Institute of Technology, a premier Government Engineering University( NIT,Kurukshetra) , India in the year 2017. During her two year post graduate course, she had aced her 'materials science' class and in her final year had successfully presented her thesis on "Extraction of Activated Carbon from Rice Husk for Electrochemical Characterization”. Thereafter, she was appointed as a Project Associate in Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, ( CDAC),a Research and Development organization operating under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology,Government of India. Here she also had an opportunity to teach post graduate students as well as co-guide them for their final year thesis work. She is now researching on developing an environmentally benign material for wastewater treatment applications at University of Exeter. She is focussing on a green-route for synthesis of graphene based materials which can become a potential candidate for water treatment applications. She is combining graphene and various other two dimensional, and three dimensional nano adsorbent materials for wastewater application. This research is also a part of UK government funded project “FAME” in collaboration with Indian institute of technology in Madras and Roorkee. Apart from this water treatment application, she is also working on other applications involving two- dimensional nano materials.