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Abhilasha Singh Mathuriya

Associate Professor, Biotechnology

abhilasha.1@sharda.ac.in

About

Abhilasha Singh Mathuriya is Associate Professor in Department of Biotechnology in School of Engineering and Technology. She earned her M. Tech. in Biochemical Engineering from H.B.T.I. Kanpur in 2003, and Ph.D.(Engg.) in Biotechnology from GB Tech University in 2012. She remained a brilliant scholar and has held top positions in the college and university merit list. She has written many high impact factor publications and books. She has applied 08 patents for various wastewater treatment reactor designs. She is a reviewer of various international journals and member of many technical societies. She has received many awards by national and international bodies and has many national and international research collaborations. Her area of interest is microbial fuel cells and wastewater treatment.

Experience
  • 14 Years
Qualification
  • Ph.D (Engg).
  • M.Tech
Award & Recognition

  • 6

Research

21 (research papers)+15 (patents)+6 (books/chapters)

  • Mathuriya AS, Pant D (2019) Assessment of expanded polystyrene as separator in microbial fuel cell. Environ Technol. 40:2052-61. DOI: 10.1080/09593330.2018.1435740 (Impact factor 1.918).
  • Mathuriya AS, Jadhav D, Ghangrekar MM (2018) Architectural adaptations of microbial fuel cells. Appl.Microbiol. Biotechnol. 102(22), 9419-9432. DOI: 10.1007/s00253-018-9339-0. (Impact factor 3.670).
  • Mathuriya AS (2016) Novel microbial fuel cell design to operate with different wastewaters simultaneously. J Environ Sci. 42:105-111. (Impact factor 3.120).
  • Mathuriya AS, Yakhmi JV (2016) Microbial fuel cells- for generation of electrical power and beyond.  Crit Rev Microbiol. 42(1):127-143. DOI: 10.3109/1040841X.2014.905513. (Impact Factor 4.738).
  • Mathuriya AS (2015) Magnetotactic bacteria-nano drivers of the future. Crit Rev Biotechnol. 13:1-15. DOI: 10.3109/07388551.2015.1046810. (Impact Factor 5.239).
  • Mathuriya AS, Yadav K, Kaushik BD (2015) Magnetotactic bacteria-performances and challenge. Geomicrobiol. 32(9):780-788. DOI: 10.1080/01490451.2014.986694 (Impact factor 1.433).
  • Mathuriya AS (2015) Magnetotactic bacteria for cancer therapy. Biotechnol Let. 37(3):491-498. DOI: 10.1007/s10529-014-1728-6. (Impact Factor 1.846).
  • Mathuriya AS (2015) A miniature microbial fuel cell with scrap materials- a homemade electricity source? Energy & Environ. 26(4):659-664. (Impact Factor 0.568).
  • Mathuriya AS, Bajpai SS, Giri S (2015) . J Biochem Technol. 06(3):1025-1029. (Impact Factor 0.9443).
  • Mathuriya AS (2015) Utilization of Saccharomyces cerevisae for enhance electricity generation during domestic wastewaster treatment via microbial fuel cell technology. 05(1):45-50.
  • Mathuriya AS (2014) Eco-affectionate face of microbial fuel cells. Crit Rev Environ Sci Technol. 44(2):97-153, DOI: 10. 1080/10643389.2012.710445. (Impact Factor 7.683).
  • Mathuriya AS, Yakhmi JV (2014) Microbial fuel cells to recover heavy metals. Environ Chem Let. 12:483-494, DOI: 10.1007/s10311-014-0474-2. (Impact factor: 3.125).
  • Mathuriya AS (2014) Enhanced tannery wastewater treatment and  electricity generation in microbial fuel cell by bacterial strains isolated from tannery waste. Environ Eng Manage J. 13(12):2945-2954. (Impact Factor 1.096).
  • Mathuriya AS (2013) Inoculum selection to enhance performance of a microbial fuel cell for electricity generation during wastewater treatment. Environ Technol. 34(13-14):1957-64. DOI:10.1080/09593330.2013.808674.(Impact Factor 1.666)
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2010) Bioelectricity production by Saccharomyces cerevisae from sugar industry waste using microbial fuel cell technology. J Pure Appl Microbiol. 4(1):31-40. (Impact Factor 0.073; NAAS Rating 6.04)
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2010) Bioelectricity production from various waste waters through microbial fuel cell technology. J Biochem Technol. 2(1):133-137 (5th most cited article).
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2010) Electricity generation by Saccharomyces cerevisae and Clostridium acetobutylicum via microbial fuel cell technology: A comparative study. Adv Biological Res. 4(4):217-223. (PubMed Cited)
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2010) Electricity generation from potato waste water in a microbial fuel cell. . (NAAS Rating: 4.10)
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2010) Treatment of brewery wastewater and production of electricity through microbial fuel cell technology. Int J Biotechnol Biochem. 6(10):72-80.
  • Mathuriya AS, Sharma VN (2009) Bioelectricity production from paper industry waste using a microbial fuel cell by Clostridium species. J Biochem Technol. 1(2):49-52. (1st most cited article).
  • Mathuriya AS (2006) Information technology and its applications in biotechnology. Popular Plastics & Packagings. LI(12):81-85.
  • Mathuriya AS (2003) Some policies and standards for biodegradable plastics Popular Plastics & Packagings. XLVIII(7):69-74.

Patents:

  • Mathuriya AS. Novel waste management system. (No.  201911009730) Filed on 13.03.19.
  • Mathuriya AS. Novel varied-flow bioelectrochemical reactor. (No.  201911009731) Filed on 13.03.19. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 14/2019; page 15350, dated: 05.041.2019.
  • Mathuriya AS. Multi-action continuous flow reactor. (No.  201911009732) Filed on 13.03.19. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 14/2019; page 15351, dated: 05.041.2019.
  • Mathuriya AS. Electronic urinal: design and method. (No.  201911005010) Filed on 08.02.2019.
  • Mathuriya AS. Novel bioelectrochemical reactor. (No.  201911005011) Filed on 08.02.2019.
  • Mathuriya AS. Underground microbial fuel cell. (No. 201911008420)  Filed on 05.03.19. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 21/2019; page 21735, dated: 24.05.2019.
  • Mathuriya AS. Multifunctional dripping microbial fuel cell. (No.  201811045630) Filed on 03.12.2018. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 52/2018; page 49540, dated: 28.12.2018.
  • Mathuriya AS. Microbial packed bed fuel cell. (No. 201811036148) Filed on 25.09.2018. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 52/2018; page 49521, dated: 28.12.2018.
  • Mathuriya AS. An auto dripping microbial fuel cell. (No: 201711046879) Filed on 27.12.2017. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 03/2018; page 2096, dated: 19.01.2018.
  • Mathuriya AS. A Microbial fuel cell with interconnected anode chambers. (No: 201711046878) Filed on 27.12.2017. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 03/2018; page 2095, dated: 19.01.2018.
  • Mathuriya AS. Wastewater treatment and disinfection in multi criteria microbial fuel cell. (No: 201611040441). Filed on 26.11.2016. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 51/2016; page 75378, dated: 09.12.2016.
  • Mathuriya AS. Microbial auto flow fuel cell (MAFFC) architecture for large scale energy efficient wastewater treatment. (No: 201611016850). Filed on 13.05.2016. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 23/2016; page 23155, dated: 03.06.2016.
  • Mathuriya AS. Pitcher scale bio-electro-gas assembly for generation of biogas, bioelectricity, and biofertilizer from waste. (No: 201611013816). Filed on 20.04.2016. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 20/2016; page 18658, dated: 13.05.2016.
  • Mathuriya AS. A reverse trickling bio-electrochemical filter for waste reduction and electricity generation. (No. 201611008125). Filed on 09.03.2016. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 20/2016; page 18668, dated: 13.05.2016.
  • Mathuriya AS.  A novel microbial fuel cell. (No.1744/DEL/2012). Filed on 7.6.2012. Intellectual Property Journal India; issue no. 5/2014; page 2436, dated: 31.01.2014.

Research Grant

  • DST- ASEAN- India Collaborative R&D scheme   

   Development of Novel Auto Circulate Bio-Electrochemical Reactor (AutoCirBER) for Energy Positive  

   Continuous Wastewater Treatment.

       Principal Investigator               40.81L              2019 – 2021

  • SGI-Research Cell, Agra, India

Isolation of magnetotactic bacteria for synthesis of magnetosomes.

Principal Investigator                                        3.43L                2013 – 2015

  • Sharda University Research Cell, Greater Noida, India

Development of compact bioelectrochemical reactor capable of generating electricity during wastewater treatment.

   Principal Investigator                                     1. 30L               2017 – 2019

Certifications

  • 5

Area of Interest

  • Bioenergy/Waste To Energy
  • Low Cost Bioreactor Designs,
  • Wastewater Treatment,
  • Fermentation