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Dr. Syed Hadi Hasan
Professor
Department of Chemistry, IIT-BHU
shhasan.apc@iitbhu.ac.in
0542 - 6702861
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Area of Interest: 
Nanoparticles and Fluorescent Carbon Quantum Dots, Sensors for Biomedical and Environmental Applications, Analytical Chemistry, Developing nano-suspension for drug delivery, Environmental Nanotechnology, Developing nanoscale adsorbents for hazardous metal ions.

          

  1. Singh, A. K., Singh, V. K., Singh, M., Singh, P., Khadim, S. R., Singh, U., ... & Asthana, R. K. (2019). One pot hydrothermal synthesis of fluorescent NP-carbon dots derived from Dunaliella salina biomass and its application in on-off sensing of Hg (II), Cr (VI) and live cell imaging. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A 376, 63-72 [IF- 2.8].
  2. Singh, A. K., Tiwari, R., Singh, V. K., Singh, P., Khadim, S. R., Singh, U., ... & Asthana, R. K. (2019). Green synthesis of gold nanoparticles from Dunaliella salina, its characterization and in vitro anticancer activity on breast cancer cell line. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 51, 164-176. [IF- 2.2]
  3. Bano, D., Kumar, V., Singh, V. K., Chandra, S., Singh, D. K., Yadav, P. K., ... & Hasan, S. H. (2018). A facile and simple strategy for the synthesis of label free carbon quantum dots from the latex of Euphorbia milii and its peroxidase-mimic activity for the naked eye detection of glutathione in a human blood serum. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering [IF- 6.1]
  4. Chandra, S., Singh, V. K., Yadav, P. K., Bano, D., Kumar, V., Pandey, V. K., ... & Hasan, S. H. (2018). Mustard seeds derived fluorescent carbon quantum dots and their peroxidase-like activity for colorimetric detection of H2O2 and ascorbic acid in a real sample. Analytica Chimica Acta. [IF- 5.1]
  5. Yadav, P. K., Singh, V. K., Chandra, S., Bano, D., Kumar, V., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2018). Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon quantum dots from Azadirachta indica leaves and their peroxidase-mimetic activity for the detection of H2O2 and ascorbic acid in common fresh fruits. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering[IF- 4.4]
  6. Singh, V. K., Yadav, P. K., Chandra, S., Bano, D., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2018). Peroxidase mimetic activity of fluorescent NS-carbon quantum dots and its application for colorimetric detection of H2O2 and glutathione in human blood serum. Journal of Materials Chemistry B. [IF- 4.7]
  7. Singh, V. K., Singh, V., Yadav, P. K., Chandra, S., Bano, D., Kumar, V.,  & Hasan, S. H. (2018). Bright-blue-emission nitrogen and phosphorus-doped carbon quantum dots as a promising nanoprobe for detection of Cr (vi) and ascorbic acid in pure aqueous solution and in living cells. New Journal of Chemistry42(15), 12990-12997. [IF- 3.2]
  8. Kumar, V., Bano, D., Singh, D. K., Mohan, S., Singh, V. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2018). Size-Dependent Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles and Their Peroxidase-Like Activity for the Colorimetric Detection of Glutathione from Human Blood Serum. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering6(6), 7662-7675. [IF-6.1]
  9. Bano, D., Hasan, S. H., Kumar, V., & Singh, V. K. (2018). Green synthesis of fluorescent carbon quantum dots for the detection of mercury (II) and glutathione. New Journal of Chemistry. [IF- 3.2]
  10. Kumar V., Gupta R.K., Singh D..K., Mohan, S., Hasan, S. H., & Malviya, M. (2018). Enhanced electron transfer mediated detection of hydrogen peroxide using a silver nanoparticle–reduced graphene oxide–polyaniline fabricated electrochemical sensor. RSC Advances8(2), 619-631. [IF- 3.1]
  11. Kumar, V., Gupta, R. K., Gundampati, R. K., Malviya, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles from the novel strain of Streptomyces Sp. BHUMBU-80 with highly efficient electroanalytical detection of hydrogen peroxide and antibacterial activity. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5, 2017, 5624-5635. [IF- 3.8]
  12. Kumar, V., Gupta, R. K., Gundampati, R. K., Malviya, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles from the novel strain of Streptomyces Sp. BHUMBU-80 with highly efficient electroanalytical detection of hydrogen peroxide and antibacterial activity. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5, 2017, 5624-5635. [IF- 3.2]
  13. Singh, D. K., Verma, D. K., Singh, Y., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Preparation of CuO nanoparticles using Tamarindus indica pulp extract for removal of As (III): Optimization of adsorption process by ANN-GA. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering5(1), 1302-1318. [IF- 3.2]
  14. Mohan, S., Singh, D. K., Kumar, V., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Modelling of fixed bed column containing graphene oxide decorated by MgO nanocubes as adsorbent for Lead (II) removal from water. Journal of Water Process Engineering17, 216-228. [IF- 2.4]
  15. Mohan, S., Kumar, V., Singh, D. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Effective removal of lead ions using graphene oxide-MgO nanohybrid from aqueous solution: isotherm, kinetic and thermodynamic modeling of adsorption. Journal of environmental chemical engineering5(3), 2259-2273. [IF- 3.2]
  16. Singh, V. K., Prasad, R., Koch, B., Hasan, S. H., & Dubey, M. (2017). Pyrene–fluorescein-based colour-tunable AIE-active hybrid fluorophore material for potential live cell imaging applications. New Journal of Chemistry, 41(12), 5114-5120. [IF- 3.2]
  17. Kumar, V., Singh, D. K., Mohan, S., Bano, D., Gundampati, R. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Green synthesis of silver nanoparticle for the selective and sensitive colorimetric detection of mercury (II) ion. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology. doi: 10.1016/j.jphotobiol.2017.01.022 [IF- 2.5]
  18. Kumar, V., Singh, D. K., Mohan, S., Gundampati, R. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Photoinduced green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous extract of Physalis angulata and its antibacterial and antioxidant activity. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5(1), 744-756. [IF- 3.2]
  19. Kumar, V., Mohan, S., Singh, D. K., Verma, D. K., Singh, V. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Photo-mediated optimized synthesis of silver nanoparticles for the selective detection of Iron (III), antibacterial and antioxidant activity. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 71, 1004-1019. [IF- 3.4]
  20. Mohan, S., Singh, D. K., Kumar, V., & Hasan, S. H. (2017). Effective removal of Fluoride ions by rGO/ZrO 2 nanocomposite from aqueous solution: Fixed bed column adsorption modelling and its adsorption mechanism. Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 194, 40-50. [IF- 2.2]
  21. Kumar, V., Singh, D. K., Mohan, S., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Photo-induced biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous extract of Erigeron bonariensis and its catalytic activity against Acridine Orange. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 155, 39-50. [IF- 3.03]
  22. Singh, D. K., Kumar, V., Singh, V. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Modeling of Adsorption Behavior of the Amine-Rich GOPEI Aerogel for the Removal of As (III) and As (V) from Aqueous Medium. RSC Advances. [IF- 3.28]
  23. Kumar, V., Gundampati, R. K., Singh, D. K., Bano, D., Jagannadham, M. V., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Photoinduced green synthesis of silver nanoparticles with highly effective antibacterial and hydrogen peroxide sensing properties. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 162, 374-385. [IF- 3.03]
  24. Kumar, V., Bano, D., Mohan, S., Singh, D. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Sunlight-induced green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous leaf extract of Polyalthia longifolia and its antioxidant activity. Materials Letters. [IF- 2.43]
  25. Kumar, V., Gundampati, R. K., Singh, D. K., Jagannadham, M. V., Sundar, S., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Photo-induced rapid biosynthesis of silver nanoparticle using aqueous extract of Xanthium strumarium and its antibacterial and antileishmanial activity. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 37, 224-236. [IF- 4.17]
  26. Mohan, S., Kumar, V., Singh, D. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2016). Synthesis and characterization of rGO/ZrO 2 nanocomposite for enhanced removal of fluoride from water: kinetics, isotherm, and thermodynamic modeling and its adsorption mechanism. RSC Advances, 6(90), 87523-87538. [IF- 3.28]
  27. Singh, D. K., Mohan S., Kumar V. & Hasan S. H., (2016). Kinetic, isotherm and thermodynamic studies of adsorption behaviour of CNT/CuO nanocomposite for the removal of As(III) and As(V) from water. RSC Advances. 6, 121. [IF- 3.28]
  28. Verma, D. K., Hasan, S. H., & Banik, R. M. (2016). Photo-catalyzed and phyto-mediated rapid green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using herbal extract of Salvinia molesta and its antimicrobial efficacy. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 155, 51-59. [IF- 3.03]
  29. Mohan, S., Singh, Y., Verma, D. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2015). Synthesis of CuO nanoparticles through green route using Citrus limon juice and its application as nanosorbent for Cr (VI) remediation: Process optimization with RSM and ANN-GA based model. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 96, 156-166. [IF- 2.08]
  30. Dargahi, A., Golestanifar, H., Darvishi, P., Karami, A., Hasan, S. H., Poormohammadi, A., & Behzadnia, A. (2016). An investigation and comparison of removing heavy metals (lead and chromium) from aqueous solutions using magnesium oxide nanoparticles. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 25(2).
  31. Gourav P., and Hasan, S. H., (2015). Green Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles Using Tamarindus indica Extract as a Bioreductant. Innovations in Corrosion and Materials Science, 5(2).
  32. Hasan, S. H., Mohan, S., Singh, D. K., & Kumar, V. (2015). Synthesis of Graphene Oxide and Its Application for Efficient Removal of Fluoride from Water. Journal of Solid Waste Technology & Management, 41(4).
  33. Verma, D. K., Hasan, S. H., Singh, D. K., Singh, S., & Singh, Y. (2014). Enhanced biosorptive remediation of hexavalent chromium using chemotailored biomass of a novel soil isolate Bacillus aryabhattai ITBHU02: Process variables optimization through artificial neural network linked genetic algorithm. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(9), 3669-3681. [IF- 2.56]
  34. Verma, D. K., Hasan, S. H., Ranjan, D., & Banik, R. M. (2014). Modified biomass of Phanerochaete chrysosporium immobilized on luffa sponge for biosorption of hexavalent chromium. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology11(7), 1927-1938. [IF- 1.84]
  35. Srivastava, P., & Hasan, S. H. (2011). Biomass of Mucor heimalis for the Biosorption of Cadmium from aqueous solutions: Equilibrium and kinetic studies. BioResources6(4), 3656-3675. [IF- 1.30]
  36. Jaiswal, N., Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2012). α-Amylase immobilization on gelatin: Optimization of process variables. Journal of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology10(1), 161-167.
  37. Ranjan, D., Mishra, D., & Hasan, S. H. (2011). Bioadsorption of arsenic: an artificial neural networks and response surface methodological approach. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research50(17), 9852-9863. [IF- 2.56]
  38. Jaiswal, N., Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2011). Application of response surface methodology for the determination of optimum reaction conditions (temperature and pH) for starch hydrolysis by α-amylase. Asian Journal of Biochemistry6(4), 357-365.
  39. Hubbe, M. A., Hasan, S. H., & Ducoste, J. J. (2011). Cellulosic substrates for removal of pollutants from aqueous systems: A review. 1. Metals. BioResources6(2), 2161-2287. [IF- 1.30]
  40. Hasan, S. H., & Srivastava, P. (2010). Biosorptive abatement of Cd2+ by water using immobilized biomass of arthrobacter sp.: Response surface methodological approach. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(1), 247-258. [IF- 2.56]
  41. Ranjan, D., & Hasan, S. H. (2010). Parametric optimization of selenite and selenate biosorption using wheat bran in batch and continuous mode. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data55(11), 4808-4816. [IF- 2.20]
  42. Hasan, S. H., & Ranjan, D. (2010). Agro-Industrial Waste: A Low-Cost Option for the Biosorptive Remediation of Selenium Anions. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research49(19), 8927-8934. [IF- 2.56]
  43. Hasan, S. H., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2010). Agro-industrial waste ‘wheat bran’for the biosorptive remediation of selenium through continuous up-flow fixed-bed column. Journal of Hazardous Materials181(1), 1134-1142. [IF- 4.84]
  44. Ranjan, D., & Hasan, S. H. (2010). Rice bran carbon: An alternative to commercial activated carbon for the removal of hexavalent chromium from aqueous solution. BioResources, 5(3), 1661-1675. [IF- 1.30]
  45. Hasan, S. H., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2010). Water hyacinth biomass (WHB) for the biosorption of hexavalent chromium: optimization of process parameters. BioResources, 5(2), 563-575. [IF- 1.30]
  46. Ranjan, D., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2009). Rice polish: an alternative to conventional adsorbents for treating arsenic bearing water by up-flow column method. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research48(23), 10180-10185. [IF- 2.56]
  47. Talat, M., Prakash, O., & Hasan, S. H. (2009). Enzymatic detection of As (III) in aqueous solution using alginate immobilized pumpkin urease: Optimization of process variables by response surface methodology. Bioresource technology100(19), 4462-4467. [IF-4.92]
  48. Hasan, S. H., Srivastava, P., & Talat, M. (2009). Biosorption of Pb (II) from water using biomass of Aeromonas hydrophila: central composite design for optimization of process variables. Journal of hazardous materials168(2), 1155-1162. [IF- 4.84]
  49. Singh, K. K., Hasan, S. H., Talat, M., Singh, V. K., & Gangwar, S. K. (2009). Removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions using wheat bran. Chemical Engineering Journal151(1), 113-121. [IF- 5.30]
  50. Hasan, S. H., & Srivastava, P. (2009). Batch and continuous biosorption of Cu 2+ by immobilized biomass of Arthrobacter sp. Journal of environmental management90(11), 3313-3321. [IF- 3.13]
  51. Ranjan, D., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2009). Biosorption of arsenic from aqueous solution using agricultural residue ‘rice polish’. Journal of hazardous materials166(2), 1050-1059. [IF- 4.84]
  52. Hasan, S. H., Srivastava, P., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2009). Biosorption of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution using A. hydrophila in up-flow column: optimization of process variables. Applied microbiology and biotechnology, 83(3), 567-577. [IF- 3.37]
  53. Hasan, S. H., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2009). “Rice Polish” for the removal of arsenic from aqueous solution: Optimization of process variables. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research48(9), 4194-4201. [IF- 2.56]
  54. Rui, B., Chatterjee, P.K., Saha, D., Mandal, J., Hasan, S.H., Goel, A.K., (2009) Waste plastic remediation and syngas generation through plasma arc gasification, 8th World Congress of Chemical Engineering pp. 522bc.
  55. Prakash, O., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2009). Response surface design for the optimization of enzymatic detection of mercury in aqueous solution using immobilized urease from vegetable waste. Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic, 56(4), 265-271. [IF- 2.19]
  56. Ranjan, D., Srivastava, P., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2009). Biosorption of Cr (VI) from water using biomass of Aeromonas hydrophila: central composite design for optimization of process variables. Applied biochemistry and biotechnology158(3), 524-539.  [IF- 1.61]
  57. Singh, K. K., Hasan, S. H., Talat, M., Singh, V. K., & Gangwar, S. K. (2009). Removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions using wheat bran. Chemical Engineering Journal151(1), 113-121. [IF- 5.30]
  58. Hasan, S. H., Bhattacharjee, B. N., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2008). Biosorption of Cd (II) from Water Using Citrobacter koseri. In 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2008 (pp. 833-837). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  59. Hasan, S. H., Bhattacharjee, B. N., Ranjan, D., & Talat, M. (2008). Biosorption of Cd (II) from Water Using Citrobacter koseri. In 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2008 (pp. 833-837). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  60. Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2008). Central Composite Design for the Enzymatic Detection of Arsenic (III) in Aqueous Solution from Vegetable-Waste. In 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference on Biomedical Engineering 2008 (pp. 310-313). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
  61. Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2008). Factorial design for the optimization of enzymatic detection of cadmium in aqueous solution using immobilized urease from vegetable waste. Bioresource technology99(16), 7565-7572. [IF- 4.92]
  62. Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2008). Enzymatic detection of mercuric ions in ground-water from vegetable wastes by immobilizing pumpkin (Cucumis melo) urease in calcium alginate beads. Bioresource technology, 99(10), 4524-4528. [IF- 4.92]
  63. Hasan, S. H., Singh, K. K., Prakash, O., Talat, M., & Ho, Y. S. (2008). Removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solutions using agricultural waste ‘maize bran’. Journal of Hazardous Materials152(1), 356-365. [IF- 4.84]
  64. Prakash, O., Talat, M., Hasan, S. H., & Pandey, R. K. (2008). Enzymatic detection of heavy metal ions in aqueous solution from vegetable wastes by immobilizing pumpkin (Cucumis melo) urease in calcium alginate beads. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering13(2), 210-216. [IF- 1.21]
  65. Hasan, S. H., Talat, M., & Rai, S. (2007). Sorption of cadmium and zinc from aqueous solutions by water hyacinth (Eichchornia crassipes). Bioresource Technology98(4), 918-928. [IF- 4.92]
  66. Pathak, J., Rupainwar, D. C., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2006). Removal of basic dyes from aqueous solutions using coconut hard shell powder as a sorbent. Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 83(12), 1253-1255.
  67. Singh, K. K., Talat, M., & Hasan, S. H. (2006). Removal of lead from aqueous solutions by agricultural waste maize bran. Bioresource Technology97(16), 2124-2130.
  68. Singh, K. K., Singh, A. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2006). Low cost bio-sorbent ‘wheat bran’for the removal of cadmium from wastewater: kinetic and equilibrium studies. Bioresource technology97(8), 994-1001. [IF- 4.92]
  69. Singh, K. K., Rastogi, R., & Hasan, S. H. (2005). Removal of Cr (VI) from wastewater using rice bran. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science290(1), 61-68. [IF- 3.78]
  70. Singh,   K.K.,   Rastogi,   R.,   Hasan,   S.H.,      Removal   of cadmium from wastewater using agricultural waste 'rice polish' (2005) Journal of Hazardous Materials , 121 (1-3), pp. 51-58. [IF- 4.84]
  71. Singh, K. K., Rastogi, R., & Hasan, S. H. (2005). Removal of cadmium from wastewater using agricultural waste ‘rice polish’. Journal of hazardous materials121(1), 51-58.
  72. Singh, K. K., Rupainwar, D. C., & Hasan, S. H. (2005). Lowcost bio-sorbent'maize bran'for the removal of cadmium from wastewater. Journal of the Indian Chemical Society82(4), 342-346.
  73. Singh, K. K., & Hasan, S. H. (2005). Removal of copper from wastewater using rice polish (rice bran). Journal of the Indian Chemical Society82(4), 374-375.
  74. Singh, K. K., Hasan, S. H. (2005). Removal of copper from wastewater using rice polish (rice bran). Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 82(4), 374-375.
  75. Singh, K. K., Singh, N. L., Hasan, S. H. (2004). Removal of copper from wastewater by agricultural waste wheat bran. Ind. J. Environ. Potect, 27(7), 499-505.
  76. Singh, K. K., Singh, N. L., Hasan, S. H. (2004). Detoxification of copper bearing effluents using low cost biosorbent maize bran. Ind. J. Environ. Prot, 24(5), 345-352.
  77. Hasan, S. H., Shukla, J. (2003). Tri-iso-amyl phosphate (TAP): An alternative extractant to tri-butyl phosphate (TBP) for reactor fuel reprocessing. Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, 258(3), 563-573. [IF- 0.98]
  78. S.H.  Hasan, Synergic  extraction  of  Zr  (IV)  with  new solvent tri iso amyl phosphate (TAP) and Thenoyl trifluoroacetone   (TTA)   Pertanika   J.   Sci.   &   Technol. (2004) 12 (2) 295-310.
  79. A.K. Singh, S. Singh and S.H. Hasan, Treatment of Mine Effluents contaminated with metals using environmentally friendly adsorption technique. Journal of the institute of public health engineers India, Special Issue (2004) 236–240.
  80. Hasan, S. H., Rai, S., Rupainwar, D. C. (2003). Removal of zinc from wastewater by water hyacinth. Indian journal of chemical technology, 10(3), 274-280. [IF- 0.62]
  81. Singh, K. K., Rupainwar, D. C., Hasan, S. H. (2003). Removal of Lead from Wastewater with Rice Polish. CHEMICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH, 12, 243-254.
  82. Shukla, J., Gautam, M., Kedari, C., Hasan, S. H., Rupainwar, D. (1997). Extraction of uranium (VI), plutonium (IV) and some fission products by tri-iso-amyl phosphate. Journal of radioanalytical and nuclear chemistry, 219(1), 61-67. [IF- 0.98]
  83. Rai, S., Narayanswami, M. S., Hasan, S. H., Rupainwr, D. C., Sharma, Y. C. (1994). Removal of cadmium from wastewater by water hyacinth. International journal of environmental studies, 46(4), 251-262.
  84. Rai, S., Hasan, S. H., Joshi, V. C., Narayana Swami, M. S., Rupainwar, D. C. (1993). Removal of copper (II) from simulated water by water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes). Indian Journal of Environmental Health, 35(3), 178-184.
  85. Hasan, S. H., Joshi, V. C., Rupainwar, D. C. (1993). Extraction of Titanium (IV) from its Hydrochloric Acid Solution with Indigenous Solvent, Tri-iso-Amyl Phosphate (TAP). Asian Journal of Chemistry, 5(2), 266.
  86. Hasan, S. H., Joshi, V. C., Rupainwar, D. C. (1992). Synergic Extraction of Titanium (IV) with the New Solvent Tri-iso-amyl Phosphate (TAP) and Thenoyltrifluoroacetone (TTA). Pertanika, 15(3), 241-250.
  87. S.H. Hasan, S. Rai, V.C. Joshi and D.C. Rupainwar, (1990) Extraction of Cadmium (II) from its Hydrochloric Acid Solutions using Tri-iso-amyl Phosphate (TAP). Asian Environment  13(3) 48-59.
  88.  S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar. (1990) Extraction of Zirconium (IV) from its Aqueous Medium with Tri-iso-amyl Phosphate (TAP) Acta. Chemica. Hung  127 (1), 65-75
  89. S.H. Hasan and D.C.Rupainwar, Extraction of Zirconium (IV) from its Aqueous Nitric Acid Medium with Triamyliso phosphate (TAP). Acta. Chimica. Hung (1990) 127(2), 235-245.
  90. S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar, Extraction of Titanium (IV) from Acidic Thiocyanate Solutions by Tri-iso- amyl phosphate (TAP). J. Indian Chem. Soc. (1987) LXIV, 249.
  91. S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar, Extraction of Titanium (IV) from Sulfuric Acidic by solvent Tri-iso- amyl phosphate (TAP).(1987). Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 57 (A) IV  
  92. Singh, j. P., Hasan, S. H., & Rupainwar, D. (1986). Extraction of vanadium (iv) from its aqueous chloride solutions by tri-isoamyl phosphate. Indian journal of technology, 24(3), 169-170.
  1. Kumar, V., Singh D.K., Mohan S. Hasan S.H., Photoinduced green synthesis of AgNPs using herbal extract of Physalis angulata leaves: Synthesis mechanism and antimicrobial efficacy, Proceeding of the “17th CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry” 6-8 Feb, 2015, organized by National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India.
  2. Kumar, V., Singh D.K., Hasan S.H., Photo-induced biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using aqueous extract of Erigeron bonariensis and its catalytic activity against acridine orange, Proceeding of the “International Conference on Multifunctional Materials for Future Application” 8-10 Oct, 2015, organized by Department of Chemistry, IIT (BHU), Varanasi, India
  3. Kumar, V., Singh D.K., Hasan S.H., Photo-induced rapid biosynthesis of silver nanoparticle using aqueous extract of Xanthium strumarium and its antibacterial and antileishmanial activity, Proceeding of the “International Conference on Advanced Materials for Energy, Environment and Health (ICAM-2016)” 4-7 Mar.
  4. Sweta Mohan, S.H. Hasan, Dvenendra Kumar Verma, Yogendra Singh, International Conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology (ICNN- 2013)  Presented poster:  Synthesis of CuO nanoparticles through green route using Lemone juice and its application as nanosarbent for Cr (VI) remediation: Process optimization with RSM and ANN-GA based model.
  5. Sweta Mohan, S.H. Hasan,  Dvenendra Kumar Verma,  Yogendra Singh National conference on nanotechnology and renewable energy, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi. Presented Poster: Synthesis and characterization of Cuo decorated Carbon nanotube and there application for removal of hexavalent chromium from water.
  6. Devenendra Kumar Singh, S.H. Hasan,  Dvenendra Kumar Verma,  Yogendra Singh International Conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology (ICNN- 2013) Oral Presentation:   Removal of As(III) from water through cupric oxide nanoparticles prepared by using tamarind extract as bioreductant: Parameters optimization by RSM and ANN-GA
  7. S.H. Hasan, Dvenendra Kumar Singh, Dvenendra Kumar Verma,  Sweta Mohan, Yogendra Singh.  AES-ATEMA’2014 Seventeen International Conference (Montreal, Canada: June 16 – 20, 2014) Synthesis and characterization of γ-Fe2O3/multiwalled carbon nanotube composite and its application on sorptive removal of As(III) from water.
  8. Dvenendra Kumar Verma, S.H. Hasan, R. M. Banik, Detoxification of arsenic from groundwater using microorganism, National Conference on Groundwater for Drinking: Issues and Options, (GWD 2011) Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  9. Devendra Kumar Verma, S.H. Hasan, R. M. Banik, Arsenic and Chromium biosorption over immobilized fungal biomass, National Conference on “Scope & Application of Microbes in Agriculture & Environment 2011 IT, BHU, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  10. D. Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, Biosorptive Remediation of Selenate By Wheat Bran In Continuous Column Method Paper published in Conference proceeding (ISBN: 978-93-80697-25- 3, Excel India Publishers, New Delhi) of International Conference on Emerging Technologies for Sustainable Environment (ICETSE-2010) (Oct. 29-30, 2010) Department of Civil Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P., India.
  11. D.   Ranjan,   S.H.   Hasan, Wheat Bran: A Low Cost Option for the Biosorption of Selenite by Continuous Column Method     2nd   International   Conference   on   Environmental Management (ICEM 2010) (Oct.  25-28, 2010), Paper published in Conference proceedings, Vol. II, 891-900 (ISBN: 978-81-7800-252-1, BS Publications) Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India.
  12. D. Ranjan, S.H.  Hasan, Remediation of Cr(VI) From Aqueous Solution using agricultural waste ‘Wheat Bran’ International  conference  on  Environmental  Challenges:  A  Global Concern (Oct. 15-16, 2010) Selected for publication in Indian Journal of Science & Technology, Kanya Maha Vidyalya, Jalandhar, Punjab, India
  13. D. Ranjan,   S.H.   Hasan,   Biosorptive remediation of arsenic from water using rice polish in continuous mode International   conference   on   Water   Harvesting,   Storage   and Conservation (2009) Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, U.P., India.
  14. Deeksha Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, Rice polish: An Agro-industrial Waste for the Biosorption of As(III) International Congress on Recent Advances in Environmental Science & Technology (2009) Centre for Environmental Science and Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  15. Preeti Srivastava, S.H. Hasan, Optimization of cadmium biosorption from water in up-flow fixed bed column using immobilized biomass of Aeromonas hydrophila International Congress on Recent Advances in Environmental Science & Technology (2009) Centre for Environmental Science and Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  16. S.H. Hasan, Deeksha Ranjan, Studies on the Biosorption of As(V) Using An Agro-industrial Waste International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Environmental Science   and   Engineering   (2009)   Department   of   Civil   Engineering,   Aligarh   Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P., India. 10.
  17. Preeti Srivastava, S.H. Hasan, Biosorption of Cu2+ by immobilized biomass of Arthrobacter sp.: Batch and fixed bed column study International Conference on Emerging Technologies in Environmental Science and Engineering (2009) Department of Civil Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P., India.
  18. D. Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, Removal of Cr(VI) from Water Using Wheat Bran as Low Cost Biosorbent: Parametric Optimization Using Response Surface Methodology. National conference on Recent Advances in Waste Management (2009) Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, IT, BHU, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  19. P. Srivastava, S. H. Hasan, Batch   and   continuous   biosorption   of   Cd2+   using   Streptomyces  aureofaciens  National conference on Recent Advances in Waste Management (2009) Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  20. S.H. Hasan, B. N. Bhattacharjee, P. Srivastava, M. Talha, Removal of Pb(II) from aqueous solution in up-flow column using immobilized bacterial biomass Aeromonas hydrophila: A factorial design analysis National conference on Recent Advances  in Waste Management (2009) Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  21. S.H. Hasan, Mayank Rana, Purushottam Chauhan, Removal of cadmium (II) from wastewater using liquid membrane separation technology National conference on Recent Advances in Waste Management (2009) Department of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  22. Devendra Singh, S.H. Hasan, Removal of R6G dye from water using titanium coated silica microspheres National conference on Recent Advances in Waste Management (2009), Department  of  Chemical  Engineering  and  Technology,  Institute  of  Technology,  Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  23. D. Ranjan, B. N. Bhattacharjee, P. Srivastava, S.H. Hasan, Abatement  of  Zn  from  Simulated  Wastewater  Using  Agricultural  Waste  'Rice  Bran'  National Seminar on Environmental Management in Mining and Allied Industries (2008), Department of Mining Engineering, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  24. P.  Srivastava, D.  Ranjan, B.  N.  Bhattacharjee, S.H.  Hasan Continous  Biosorption  of  Hexavalent  Chromium  in  Upflow  Fixed  Bed  Column  Using Bacterial  Biomass  National Seminar   on   Environmental   Management   in   Mining   and   Allied   Industries   (2008),11Department of Mining Engineering, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  25. B. N. Bhattacharjee, P. Srivastava, D. Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, Central Composite Design for the Biosorption of Lead Using Citrobacter koseri National Seminar on Environmental Management in Mining and Allied Industries (2008), Department of Mining Engineering, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  26. S.H. Hasan, D. Ranjan, B.N. Bhattacharjee, M. Talat Optimization of Sorption of Pb (II) from Water Using Rice Bran Oral presentation at 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference, Biomed  2008,  Proceedings  21,  pp.  879–882, 2008.  www.springerlink.com  ©  Springer- Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
  27. S.H. Hasan, B.N. Bhattacharjee, D. Ranjan, M. Talat, Biosorption of Cd (II) from Water Using Citrobacter koseri Oral presentation at 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference, Biomed 2008, Proceedings 21, pp. 833–837, 2008. www.springerlink.com © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008.
  28. O. Prakash, M. Talat, S.H. Hasan, R. K. Pandey, Central Composite Design for the enzymatic detection of Arsenic (III) in aqueous solutionfrom vegetable-waste 4th Kuala Lumpur International Conference, Biomed 2008, Proceedings 21, pp. 833– 837, 2008. www.springerlink.com © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2008.
  29. B.N. Bhattacharjee, D. Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, M. Talat, Thermodynamics, Isotherms, Kinetics, Optimization of Biosorption of Cd(II) from Aqueous Solution Using Aspergillus niger Poster presentation at National Symposium on Recent advances in toxicological studies: Molecular and   physiological   aspects   (2008),   Mahila   Mahavidyalaya,   Banaras   Hindu   University, Varanasi, U.P., India.
  30. D. Ranjan, B.N. Bhattacharjee, M. Talat, S.H. Hasan, Detoxification of Hexavalent Chromium from Aqueous Solution Using Dead Microbial Biomass of Aeromonas sp. Poster presentation at III Symposium on "Current Advances in Molecular Biochemistry: Applications in Health, Environment and Agriculture (2007), Department of Biochemistry, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, U.P., India.
  31. O. Prakash, M. Talat, S.H. Hasan, R. K. Pandey, Parametric optimization of enzymatic detection of cadmium in aqueous solution using urease from vegetable waste III Symposium on "Current Advances in Molecular Biochemistry: Applications in Health, Environment and Agriculture (2007), Department of Biochemistry, University of  Lucknow, U.P., India.
  32. P. Srivastava, R. Rastogi, R.M. Banik and S.H. Hasan, Bioremediation of Cd (II) from wastewater.. 12 National Seminar on “Pollution in urban industrial environment (NSPUIE-2004), Dec 2-3, 2004, RRL (CSIR), Bhuwaneshwar, India
  33. K.K. Singh, R. Rastogi and S.H. Hasan, Detoxification of Cu (VI) from wastewater of chromium plating shop using rice bran, National Seminar on “Pollution in urban industrial environment (NSPUIE-2004), Dec 2-3, (2004), RRL (CSIR), Bhuwaneshwar, India.
  34. S.H. Hasan and K.K. Singh, Biomass ‘Maize Bran’ use for the abatement of lead from wastewater Presented in national seminar on biomass as source of energy and chemicals (BSEC-04), Feb 23 – 24, (2004), Department of Chemical Engineering. IT, BHU.
  35. S.H. Hasan and K.K. Singh, Low cost biosorbent ‘Wheat Bran’ for the removal of lead from wastewater Presented in national seminar on Chemistry in the development of new materials (CDNM – 04), Feb 18 – 19, (2004), Department of Chemistry, BHU.
  36. S.H. Hasan, K.K. Singh & D.C. Rupainwar, Removal of Cd from wastewater by low cost biosorbent ‘Rice Polish’ Presented in national workshop cum seminar on environmental pollution and it management. Dec 10-12, (2002), Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
  37. S.H. Hasan and K.K. Singh, Removal of Pb from mine wastewater by low cost biosorbent ‘Rice Polish’ Presented in National seminar on status of environmental management in mining industry. Jan 14-15, (2003), Deptt of Mining Engg IT, BHU, Varanasi.
  38. S.H. Hasan and K.K. Singh, Removal of Cr (VI) from wastewater by sorption using low cost biosorbent ‘Rice Polish’ Presented in National conference on separation in process industries, Feb 14-16, 2003, Deptt. of Chemical Engg & Technology, IT, BHU, Varanasi.
  39. R.M. Banik, S. Sinha and S.H. Hasan, Removal of Cd from Industrial effluent by citrobactor Koseri Presented in National conference on separation in process industries, Feb 14 16,2003, Deptt. of Chemical Engg & Technology, IT, BHU, Varanasi.
  40. K.K. Singh and S.H. Hasan, Abatement of Chromium(IV)from wastewater using membrane separation  technology. Presented in International Conference & Platinum Jubilee of Indian Chemical Society, Kolkata, 1999.
  41. S.H. Hasan, K.K. Singh and D.C. Rupainwar, Abatement of Cadmium (II) from wastewater using membrane separation technology. Presented in National Symposium on “Recent trends in Membrane Transport”, Department of Chemical Engineering, IT, BHU, 19-20, 1998. 13.
  42. S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar, Tri-iso-amyl-phosphate: A new indigenous extractant for U(IV)and Pu(IV) from aqueous nitric acid solutions. J.P. Shukla, C.S. Kedar, Presented DAE symposium on Nucl. & Radio Chem. (NUCAR 95) 21-24 Feb, Kalpakkam, 1995.
  43. S.H. Hasan, K.C. Pathak and D.C. Rupainwar, Purification of Zirconium of solvent extraction technique. Presented in National Symposium on High-Tech. Ceramics, BHU, Varanasi, (1993).
  44. S.H. Hasan, J.P. Shukla and D.C. Rupainwar, Comparative evaluation of acid value (kH) of the indigenous solvent Tri-iso amylphosphate (TAP) Tri (2-ethyl) hexyl Phosphate(TEHP) and Tri-n-butyl-Phosphate(n- TBP). Proc.80thIndian Science Congress, Part- III, 146(1993).
  45. S.H. Hasan, V.C. Joshi, M.S. Narayanswami and D.C. Rupainwar, Abatement of heavy metal (Cd and Zn) pollution by using water hyacinth. Presented in 10thConference of Indian Council of Chemsts, Goa (1991).
  46. S.H. Hasan, S. Rai, V.C. Joshi and D.C. Rupainwar, Removal of Cadmium (II)from its Hydrochloric Acid Solutions and polluted water by extraction method. Presented in New dimensions of science and technology, BHU, (1991).
  47. S.H. Hasan and D.C.Rupainwar, Synergic extraction of Zirconium (IV) with Thenoyl-tri-fluoroacetone(TTA)and Triiso- amyl-phosphate(TAP)from Hydrochloric Acid medium. Proc.26th Annual Convention of Chemists, India, Anal. 2.3, D-3 (1989).
  48. S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar, Synergic extraction of Zirconium (IV) with Thenoyl-tri-fluoroacetone (TTA) and Triiso- amyl-phosphate (TAP) from Hydrochloric Acid Medium.  Proc.26th Annual Convention of Chemists, India, Anal 2.6, D-7 (1989).
  49. S.H. Hasan and D.C. Rupainwar, Extraction of Titanium(IV) from Acidic Thiocyanate solution by Tri-iso-amylphosphate ( TAP) Proc.72 nd Session Indian Science Congress, Lucknow (1985).

Current Position

  1. President, Faculty Forum of IIT (BHU), since March 2017 to till date.
  2. Chairman, Green Committee of IIT (BHU), since January 2014 till date.
  3. Member, IIT Guest House Committee of IIT (BHU), since 2009 to till date.
  4. Senate Member of IIT (BHU), since June 2013,
  5. Convener, Committee for Proposing Syllabus of 2 year M.Sc. course of the Department of Chemistry, IIT (BHU).
  6. Member, Department Purchase Committee, 2012-2014, IIT (BHU).
  7. Member, DPGC January 2018 to till date, IIT (BHU).

Position Held

  1. Vise-Chairman Joint Entrance Examination (All India IIT Entrance Exam) 2010 to 2011.
  2. Coordinator of all IT Hostels, 2011-2012, IT (BHU).
  3. Vice-President, IT Gymkhana, 2010-2012, IT (BHU).
  4. Co- Chairman, Anti-Ragging Sub Squad, IT (BHU).
  5. Co-Chairman, Co-Curricular Activities Wings, 1993-1994, IT (BHU).
  6. Vice-chairman, Co-curricular Activities IT Gymkhana, since 1994-1995, IT (BHU).
  7. Vice-chairman, Games and Sports Wing IT Gymkhana, since 2003-2007, IT (BHU).
  8. Administrative Warden, Rajputana Hostel, since Dec. 2000 to April 2003, IT (BHU).
  9. Member, Observation Team of BHU entrance examination, 2002-2003, IT (BHU).
  10. Member, Orientation Program of B. Tech Part-I students, since 1996-2008, IT (BHU).
  11. Member, Committee of Convocation of IT students, since 1995-2009, IT (BHU).
  12. Admin Warden, Rajputana Hostel, since May 2003 to May 2008, IT (BHU).
  13. Admin Warden, Limbdi Hostel, since June 2008 to April 2009, IT (BHU).
  14. Member, Anti-ragging Team, since 2002-2010, IT (BHU).
  15. Vise-Chairman, Cultural Wing, 2010-2011, IT (BHU).
  16. Member, Gandhi Technology Alumni Centre, 2011-2012, IT (BHU).
  17. Active Member, Plan Budget Committee, converting IT-BHU into IIT-BHU.
  18. Member, Vigilance Squad for Preventing Ragging in IT- Hostel/Campus, 2010- 2013, IT (BHU).
  19. Convener, DPGC, 2013-2014, Department of Chemistry, IIT (BHU).
  20. Member, DFAC 2014-2016, IIT (BHU).​
  21. Member, DPGC January 2018 to till date, IIT (BHU).

 

Dr. Syed Hadi Hasan 
(Professor HAG)
Department of Chemistry, 

Indian Institute of Technology(BHU) Varanasi, 
Varanasi 221005.
Tel. No. +91 542 6702861, (M +91- 9839089919); 
E Mail: <shhasan.apc@itbhu.ac.in>
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Teaching Experience:

  1. As Associate Professor, since July 2002 to Dec. 2008, Department of Chemistry, Institute of Technology (BHU).
  2. As Sr. Lecturer since July 1997 to July 2002, Institute of Technology (BHU).
  3. As Lecturer since 9th July 1993 to July 1997, Institute of Technology (BHU).

Research Project Completed:

  1. Removal of toxic metals from water (UGC)
  2. User-friendly technology for treating metal-bearing wastewater (AICTE)
  3. Bioremediation of metals-bearing water (AICTE)
  4. Removal and recovery of heavy metals (AICTE)

Visited to the foreign institution for delivering lectures  

  1. “22nd International Conference and Expo on Nanoscience and Molecular Nanotechnology,  Nov, 6-8, 2017, Frankfurt, Germany
  2. AES-ATEMA’2014 Seventeenth International Conference, June 16 – 20, 2014, Montreal, Canada.
  3. IAAST, Oct 11-12, 2015, Dubai, Oct 12, 2016.
  4. 30th International Conference on Solid Waste Management” March 15-18, 2015, Philadelphia, USA.

Member of Editorial Board

  1. Bioresources (North Carolina State University), USA
  2. Advances in Environmental Chemistry (Hindawi), Egypt

Reviewer of International Journals

  1. Bioresource technology (Elsevier)
  2. Journal of Hazardous Materials (Elsevier)
  3. Chemical Engineering journal (Elsevier)
  4.  Water Research (Elsevier)
  5. Toxicology and Environmental Chem (Taylor and Francis)
  6. Separation and Science technology (Taylor and Francis)
  7. Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering (Springer)
  8. The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (Wiley)
  9. Colloids and Interface Science (Elsevier)
  10. Desalination (Elsevier)
  11. Journal of Environmental Management (Elsevier)
  12.  Bioresources (North Carolina State University)
  13.  Advances in Environmental Chemistry (Hindawi)
  14. Photochemistry and Photobiology B (Elsevier)
  15. Material Letters (Elsevier)

Ph.D. Awarded

  1. Mr. Vijay Kumar (Submitted, September 2017)
  2. Dr. Sweta Mohan (Title: Removal of fluoride and lead from water using graphene based nanocomposite, 2017)
  3. Dr. Devendra Kumar Singh Removal of arsenic and chromium from water using graphene based nanocomposite, 2017)
  4. Dr. Preeti Srivastava (Title: studies on the removal of heavy Metals [Cr(VI), Cd(II), Pb(II)] from water, 2012)
  5. Dr. Deeksha Ranjan (Title: Studies on the remediation of Arsenic and selenium from water, 2011)
  6. Dr. Surendra Kumar Gangwar (Title: Environmental friendly biosorption of arsenic and selenium from water 2010)
  7. Dr. Kishore Singh (Title: Studies on the removal of heavy metals pollutants from water/wastewater, 2000).

Ph. D. Students working

  1. Mr. Vikas Kumar Singh, Registered on July 2014
  2. Mr. Daraksha Bano, Registered on July 2015
  3. Mr. Pradeep Yadav, Registered on July 2017
  4. Mr. Subhash Chandra, Registered on July 2017

M. Tech. Dissertation Completed and Awarded:

  1. Pradyumn Gaurav (Title: Novel method of green synthesis for gold nanoparticles and their characterization, 2013).
  2. Aakash Lalwani (Title: Synthesis Characterization and fictionalization of Carbon nanotubes, 2008).
  3. Mr. Devendra Verma (Title: Detoxification and removal of arsenic from drinking water using micro-organisms, 2010).
  4. Ms. Shubha Verma (Title: Detoxification and removal of arsenic from drinking water using P. putida, B. subtilis, B cereus, 2011).
  5. Ms. Sujata Sinha (Title: Studies on removal of cadmium from wastewater using microbes, 2013).
  6. Mr. Arjun Bindal (Title: Synthesis, characterization and application of magnetic iron nanoparticle, 2014).
  7. Mr. Prashant (Title: biosorption for the removal of toxic metals from waste water, 2015).
  8. Mr. Siddharth Gupta (Title: A novel approach to Hummer’s method to produce more dispersible grapheme oxide and grapheme, 2016).
  9. Mr. Sameer Saxena (Title: Graphene oxide enhanced U-bend plastic optical fiber based sensor, 2016)
  10. Mr. Akash Singh Kesarwal (Title: Adsorption of arsenic(III) from water by grapheme oxide-hydrous ferric oxide based hybrid material, 2016)
  11. Mr. Phani Ravi Taja Nunna (Title: Remediation of the fluoride from water using hydrouszirconium oxide modified reduced grapheme oxide hybride as an adsorbent, 2016).
  12. Mr. Surja Ram (Title: Synthesis and characterization of some hetero-atomic ligands: Approach toward complexation and fluorescence, 2017)
  13. Mr. Dharam Singh Meena (Title: Preparation of GO-Hydrous ferric oxide based composite materials for the removal of arsenic (III) from water, 2017).

M. Tech. student working:

  1. Shashank Kumar (Title: Synthesis and characterization of composite and its application for the treatment of toxic waste containing water, 2018-19).
  2. Titto Sunil John (Title: Synthesis and characterization of some drugs for increasing their solubility in body fuel, 2018-19).

Books & Monographs:

  1. Preety Singh, S.H. Hasan, “Studies on the removal of heavy Metals [Cr(VI), Cd(II), Pb(II)] from water” Lambert academic publishers, Germany, 2012.
  2. Diksha Ranjan, S.H. Hasan, “Studies on the remediation of arsenic and selenium from water” Lambert academic publishers, Germany, 2014.

 Books Chapters:

  1. S.H. Hasan, Diksha Ranjan, B.N. Bhattacharjee, M. Talat, Optimization of sorption of Pb(II) from water using rice bran, 2008
  2. S.H. Hasan, B.N. Bhattacharjee, Diksha Ranjan, M. Talat, Biosorption of cadmium from water using Citrobacter koseri, 2008.
  3. O. Prakash, M. Talat, S.H. Hasan, R.K. Pandey, Central composite design for the enzymatic detection of Aesenic (III) in aqueous solution from vegetable-waste, 2008.

​​Ph.d. Students  (Supervisor)

Vinay Kumar Pandey (Registered in January 2014)
UGC JRF
M.Sc. (Banaras Hindu University)
Email:vinay.rs.chy14@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +918840395804

Mr. Vikas Kumar Singh, (Registered in July 2014)
UGC JRF
M.Sc. (Banaras Hindu University)
Email:vikas.rs.chy14@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +919918531943

Ms. Daraksha Bano, (Registered in July 2015)
CSIR JRF
M.Sc. (University of Allahabad)
Email:darakshab.rs.chy15@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +919554021741

Mr. Subhash Chandra, (Registered in July 2017)
CSIR JRF
M.Sc. (University of Allahabad)
Email:subhashchandra.rs.chy17@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +918005364331

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Yadav, (Registered in July 2017)
GATE
M.Sc. (Purvanchal University)
Email:pradeepkryadav.rs.chy17@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +919795789162
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Ph.d. Students  (Co-Supervisor)

Ms. Amisha Soni (Registered in July 2018)
GATE
M.Sc.  (University of Allahabad)
Email:amishasoni.rs.chy18@itbhu.ac.in
Mobile: +919839220136
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M. Tech. Students

1. Rinish Reddy 
2. Harish Chakravarthy
3.Siddharth Malani

4.Titto Sunil John