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Ensiyeh Taheri , PhD

Assistant Professor

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School of Health

Department :

Department of Environmental Health Engineering

Research Center :

Environment Research Center

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Isfahan University Of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran

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2012-2018 Ph.D., Environmental Health Engineering, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, IRAN 2008-2011 Master of Science, Environmental Health Engineering, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, IRAN 2004-2008 Bachelor of Science, Environmental Health Engineering, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, IRAN

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I am broadly interested in water and wastewater treatment with particular emphasis on physical, chemical and biological treatment and biotechnology. In particular, my future research interests are shaped by the emerging trend towards to treatment process with high efficiency and material recovery. My research agenda focuses on the question of how to use this process to continue the trend of exponentially improving process performance. My past research investigates adsorption, ion exchange, electrocoagulation, AOPs and membrane filtration for contaminants removal from aqueous solution. In this statement, I briefly summarize the contributions of my prior research and detail my future research plans.

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1.Amin MM, Taheri E, Ghasemian M, Puad NIM, Dehdashti B, Fatehizadeh A. Proposal of upgrading Isfahan north wastewater treatment plant: An adsorption/bio-oxidation process with emphasis on excess sludge reduction and nutrient removal. Journal of Cleaner Production. 2020;255:120247. 2.Khajeh M, Amin MM, Taheri E, Fatehizadeh A, McKay G. Influence of co-existing cations and anions on removal of direct red 89 dye from synthetic wastewater by hydrodynamic cavitation process: an empirical modeling. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry. 2020:105133. 3.Amin MM, Taheri E, Bina B, van Ginkel SW, Ghasemian M, Puad NIM, et al. Electron flow of biological H2 production by sludge under simple thermal treatment: Kinetic study. Journal of environmental management. 2019;250:109461. 4.Taheri E, Amin MM, Fatehizadeh A, Pourzamani H, Bina B, Spanjers H. Biohydrogen production under hyper salinity stress by an anaerobic sequencing batch reactor with mixed culture. Journal of Environmental Health Science and Engineering. 2018;16(2):159-70. 5.Amin MM, Bina B, Taheri E, Zare MR, Ghasemian M, Van Ginkel SW, et al. Metabolism and kinetic study of bioH2 production by anaerobic sludge under different acid pretreatments. Process Biochemistry. 2017;61:24-9. 6.Amin MM, Bina B, Taheri E, Fatehizadeh A, Ghasemian M. Stoichiometry evaluation of biohydrogen production from various carbohydrates. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 2016;23(20):20915-21. 7.Amin MM, Khiadani MH, Fatehizadeh A, Taheri E. Validation of linear and non-linear kinetic modeling of saline wastewater treatment by sequencing batch reactor with adapted and non-adapted consortiums. Desalination. 2014;344:228-35. 8. Taheri E, Khiadani MH, Amin MM, Nikaeen M, Hassanzadeh A. Treatment of saline wastewater by a sequencing batch reactor with emphasis on aerobic granule formation. Bioresource technology. 2012;111:21-6.

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