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MY SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Savoo, S. & Mudhoo, A., 2018. Biomethanation macrodynamics of vegetable residues pretreated by low-frequency microwave irradiation. Bioresource Technology, 248A, 280-286. (IF:5.651)
Chukowry, P.K., Mudhoo, A. & Santchurn, S.J., 2017. Bacillus algicola decolourises more than 95% of some textile azo dyes. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 15(3), 531-536. (IF:3.594)
Martinez-Jimenez, F.D., Maciel, M.P., Mudhoo, A., de Alencar Neves, T., Rostagno, M.A. & Forster-Carneiro, T., 2017. Influence of ultrasound irradiation pre-treatment in biohythane generation from the thermophilic anaerobic co-digestion of sugar productio
Sivagurunathan, P., Kumar, G., Mudhoo, A., Rene, E.R., Saratale, G.D., Kobayashi, T., Xu, K., Kim, S.-H. & Kim, D.-H., 2017. Fermentative hydrogen production using lignocellulose biomass: An overview of pre-treatment methods, inhibitor effects and detoxi
Kumar, G., Mudhoo, A., Sivagurunathan, P., Nagarajan, D., Ghimre, A., Lay C.-H., Lin, C.-Y., Lee, D.-J. & Chang, J.-S., 2016. Recent insights into the cell immobilization technology applied for dark fermentative hydrogen production. Bioresource Technolo
Bansal, M., Mudhoo, A., Garg, V.K. & Singh, D., 2014. Preparation and characterization of biosorbents and copper sequestration from simulated wastewater. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 11(5), 1399–1412. (IF:1.915)2

Mudhoo
Ackmez
Current position: 
Lecturer
Current nationality: 
Mauritius
Current residence: 
Mauritius
Affiliation/Institution: 
Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Mauritius
Biodata: 
Ackmez Mudhoo holds a First Class B.Eng. (Hons.) degree in Chemical and Environmental Engineering, a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree by research in Chemical Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Environmental Engineering, all from the University of Mauritius. His research interests span (i) bioremediation processes of organic residues and pollutant moieties, (ii) green chemistry approaches for enhanced biomass pretreatment for bioenergy production, (iii) adsorption, and (iv) the mathematical analysis and modeling of the related processes. He is presently Lecturer in the department and counts over eight years of experience in lecturing and research in the fields of chemical engineering and environmental engineering. He also reckons two years’ full-time experience (2006-2008) as ‘Chemical Process Engineer’ in the design, operation and maintenance of a sewage treatment plant. He has also been a TWAS Affiliate for the 2013-2017 Tenure, and continues to serve as Associate Editor for 'Environmental Chemistry Letters' (Springer).
Sustainable Development Goals: 
6 - Clean water and sanitation
7 - Affordable and clean energy
13 - Climate action
Young Affiliate Alumnus
Keywords: 
Bioremediation of solid & liquid wastes Bioenergy (biogas & biohydrogen) production, Ultrasound & microwave–assisted biomass processing, Adsorption
Affiliated from
2013
Scientific field:
06-Engineering Sciences
TWAS Regional Office: 
TWAS Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Partner (TWAS-SAREP)
Last updated on 22/11/2018