Dr Amit Kumar started his research career with Ph.D in Chemistry at Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India in 2008. He was awarded with the prestigious predoctoral scholarship of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (Government of India) in 2007. After his PhD, he joined as assistant professor at Shoolini University (India) where he was involved in research and teaching at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level (2014-2017). Currently, he is a senior researcher at College of Materials Science and Engineering of Shenzhen University, PR China. He also holds position of Co-director, International Research Centre of Nanotechnology for Himalayan Sustainability (IRCNHS), Shoolini University, India. He has experience of supervising five Ph.D students and about 30 master students. He has worked as post-doctoral fellow in the College of Materials Science and Engineering of Shenzhen University. He is involved in field of optical designing of semiconductor heterojunctions as catalysts for environmental remediation and energy production. He works in waste management, cost effective waste-to-energy conversion, greenhouse gases conversion into fuels and advanced green photocatalytic water treatment. The shift is moving from lab-scale experiments towards pilot-scale projects for achieving water detoxification and clean energy production in real-water systems and conditions.

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