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Dr. Vijay Shinde
Assistant Professor
Department of Chemical Engineering
vijay.che@iitbhu.ac.in
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Area of Interest: 
Heterogeneous Catalysis, Reaction Kinetics and Modeling, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD), Biomass Conversion Processes.

Education

2008: B.Tech Chemical Engineering, Dr. B A Tech University, Lonere
2010: M.Tech Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur 
2013: Ph.D Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Experience

2016: Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Department of Chemical Engineering (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)
2017: Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering  (IIT BHU)

 

Google Scholar

1. Vijay Shinde, Emmanuel Skupien and Michiel Makkee, Synthesis of highly dispersed Pd nanoparticles supported on multi-walled carbon nanotubes and their excellent catalytic performance for oxidation of benzyl alcohol, Catalysis Science & Technology 5 (2015)
4144-4153. Impact factor: 5.287.
2. Vijay Shinde, Ganesh Patil, Amit Katariya and Yogesh Mahajan, Production of tetrahydrofuran by dehydration of 1,4-butanediol using amberlyst-15: batch kinetics and batch reactive distillation, Chemical Engineering and Processing 95 (2015) 241-248. Impact factor: 2.154.
3. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Synthesis of highly active Ni/TiO2 catalyst for dry and steam reforming of methane, RSC Advances 4 (2014) 4817-4826. Impact factor: 3.289.
4. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, CO methanation towards the production of synthetic natural gas over highly active Ni/TiO2 catalyst, AIChE Journal 60 (2014) 1027-1035. Impact factor: 2.98.
5.Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Production of syngas from steam reforming and CO removal with water gas shift reaction over nanosized Zr0.95Ru0.05O2-d solid solution, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38 (2013) 13961-1373. Impact factor: 3.205.
6. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Synthesis of nanosized Ce0.85M0.1Ru0.05O2-d (M=Si, Fe) solid solution exhibiting high CO oxidation and water gas shift activity, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 138-139 (2013) 51-61. Impact factor: 8.328.
7. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Nanostructured Pd modified Ni/CeO2 catalyst for water gas shift and catalytic hydrogen combustion reaction, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 132-133 (2013) 28-38. Impact factor: 8.328.
 8. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, A single-stage water-gas shift reaction over highly active and stable Si-and Al-substituted Pt/CeO2 catalysts, ChemCatChem 4 (2012) 1968- 1978. Impact factor: 4.724.
9. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Low temperature CO oxidation and water gas shift reaction over Pt/Pd substituted in Fe/TiO2 catalysts, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37 (2012) 18798-18814. Impact factor: 3.205.
10. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Water gas shift reaction over multi-component ceria catalysts, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 123-124 (2012) 367-378. Impact factor: 8.328.
11. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Kinetic studies of ionic substituted copper catalysts for catalytic hydrogen combustion, Catalysis Today 198 (2012) 270 279.Impact factor: 4.312.
12. Vijay Shinde and Giridhar Madras, Kinetics of carbon monoxide oxidation with Sn0.95M0.05O2-d (M = Cu, Fe, Mn, Co) catalysts, Catalysis Science & Technology, 2 (2012) 437- 446. Impact factor: 5.287.
13. K. Raghu Raja Pandiyan, Vijay Shinde and Swati Neogi, Measurement of effective permeability of reinforcement mats using sensitivity analysis, Polymer Composite 33 (2012) 1445-1454. Impact factor: 2.004.
 

Principal Investigator
Dr. Vijay Shinde 
Department of Chemical Engineering IIT BHU

Current Students
Ph.D. Students
1. Anand Gupta
2. Guruprasad Nille (AYURVEDA:IMS-BHU)

M.Tech Students
1. Balamurugan D
2. Prashun Pradeep
3. N Phani Pavan Kumar

Alumni
1. Udit Choudhary (TATA Steel)

1. CHO102 Fluid Mechanics
2. CHE405 Modeling Simulation and Optimization
3. CHE504 Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design