IHERA Instructors

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Atul K. MittalProfessor at the Department of Civil Engineering at I.I.T. Delhi (India)

Research interests include microbial quality, water and wastewater, and non-point source pollution.

Teaching: water and wastewater treatment, environmental chemistry and industrial pollution to undergraduate and post-graduate students.

Arvind K. NemaProfessor in the Department of Civil Engineering at I.I.T. Delhi (India)

Research areas: Environmental Engineering, Modelling, Simulation and Optimisation of Environmental Systems, Integrated Waste Management, Environmental Impact Assessment.

Teaching: Envronmental impacts assessment; life cycle assessment, environmental risk assessment to undergraduate and post-graduate students.
James GomesProfessor in School of Biological Sciences at I.I.T. Delhi (India)

Research and teaching interests : systems biology and metabolic pathway analysis, application of nonlinear systems theory and neural networks for modeling, predicting and controlling bioprocesses

J S PandeySenior Principal Scientist at NEERI Nagpur (India)

Research interests: climate change, ecological and carbon foot printing.

G V S MurthyDirector of the Indian Institute of Public Health, Hyderabad (India).

His research expertise includes

(1) Epidemiology of Blindness and Non Communicable Diseases

(2) Public Health Disability

(3) Health care evaluation

(4) Surveys for Health Needs Assessment.

Rakesh KumarDirector Grade Scientist in NEERI, Mumbai (India)

Research interests: air pollution control and management, urban air quality monitoring, inventory and modeling, EIA and EA and Climate Change and Health.

Radha GoyalFellow Scientist in NEERI Delhi (India)

Research interests are air pollution monitoring, modeling, exposure and health assessment, climate change and sustainable development.

Arun KumarAssistant professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at I.I.T. Delhi (India).

Research expertise includes

(1) Human health risk assessment due to exposures to emerging contaminants

(2) Characterization of uncertainty associated with human health risk estimates

(3) Water treatment for emerging contaminants.

Teaching: Environmental engineering, environmental risk assessment, and water and wastewater treatment processes to undergraduate and post-graduate students.