Yukesh Kannah Ravi

Yukesh Kannah Ravi

Visiting Assistant Professor
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Environmental and Sustainable Engineering
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Education

Ph.D. Environmental Engineering

under the Faculty of Civil Engineering

Anna University Chennai, 2020

 

M.E. Environmental Engineering

under the Faculty of Civil Engineering

Anna University Chennai, 2015

 

B.E. Civil Engineering

under the Faculty of Civil Engineering

Anna University Chennai, 2013

Yukesh Kannah Ravi
About

Dr. Yukesh Kannah Ravi is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental & Sustainable Engineering in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Prior to joining the University at Albany, Dr. Ravi YK served as Assistant Professor in various academic institute in India. He received his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, M.E. Environmental Engineering and B.E. Civil Engineering from Anna University Chennai, Tamilnadu India.

Dr. Ravi YK research mainly focus on various waste biomass to bioenergy and biological wastewater treatment. He has authored/co-authored 45 peer-reviewed scientific journals and 20 book chapters. His articles received cumulative citation of 1150.  He presented his research outcome in various national / international technical conferences and received four best poster awards in last 5 years. He also serves as a reviewer for several leading Journals - Bioresource Technology, Fuel, Frontiers in Energy Research, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Journal of Environmental Management, Journal of Water Process Engineering, Process Biochemistry, Sustainable Cities and Society, Scientific African and Waste Management etc.

 

Research Areas

  • Bioenergy (Methane and Hydrogen) from various waste biomass (waste activated sludge, anaerobic granular, lignocellulosic biomass, food waste, microalgae & macroalgae)
  • Biological Wastewater Treatment: Aerobic (Membrane Bioreactor) and Anaerobic (Hybrid upflow anaerobic sludge blanket)
  • Bioelectricity generation from wastewater via Microbial Fuel cell