Department of Civil Engineering
Prof. Nadeem Khalil
|Qualification :||PhD (IIT Delhi), M.Tech (Env.Engg.), B.Tech (Civil Engg.)|
|Thrust Area :||Wastewater Treatment, Wetlands for Pollution Control, Waste Management, Bio-energy|
|Address :||Environmental Engineering Section, Department of Civil Engineering AMU Aligarh UP India|
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Dr. Nadeem Khalil is an Environmental Engineer with PhD from IIT Delhi, M. Tech (Env Engineering) & B.Tech (Civil Engg) from AMU. Upon graduation in 1994-95, he joined a leading consulting firm in New Delhi, where he worked as an Environmental Engineer for about 6 years on several major projects in India and abroad. He was responsible for the planning, design and implementation of sewage and industrial effluent treatment plants, lake conservation projects and EIA studies. In 2000 he was appointed as Lecturer in the Department of Civil Engineering at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Aligarh, India promoted to Associate Professor in 2010. During this period, he also completed his PhD on full-time basis from IIT Delhi. From 2016 to present, he is working as a Professor in the Department of Civil Engg AMU. His research interests are mainly focused on novel wastewater treatment technologies & processes, energy from short-rotation forestry, and waste management issues. Most of his research activities are in collaboration with International institutions, with funding from national and International agencies like European Commission, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), 2030 WRG, Department of Science & Technology, and Central Pollution Control Board, Government of India. He has an excess of 25 paper publications, 06 doctoral students under his guidance, and has supervised in excess of 25 PG dissertations. Besides teaching and research, he is also actively involved and associated with industry, government agencies, and ministries in India and abroad for providing technical advice and consultancy in the field of Environmental Engineering, Waste Management, and Lake Conservation Projects. He is one of the panel advisers for National Mission for Clean Ganga, and National Lakes Conservation Directorate, Government of India.