Dr. Shiv Singh

Dr. Shiv Singh

  • CSIR-AMPRI, Bhopal

  • 0755-2457105/1122

  • sshiv.singh@ampri.res.in

Dr. Shiv Singh
Mobile: (+91) – 7380679799
Email: sshiv.singh@ampri.res.in
Educational Attainments:

  • Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India.
  • MTech in  Chemical Engineering from Jadavpur University, kolkata, India.
  • BE/BTech in Food Technology, Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture Technology and Sciences, Allahabad, India.
Area of Expertise:

  • Graphitic carbon-based Bio-electrochemical Fuel Cell (MEC/MFC)
  • Electrochemical and Bio-electrochemical reduction of CO2
  • Electro-chemical Sensor for heavy metal and neurochemical detection
  • Synthesis of Catalyst (metal nanoparticles and carbon nanofiber) for environmental remediation and biochemical application
  • Carbon dot based electrochemical and optical sensor
  • Synthesis of ceramic matrix composite (CMC) via polymer infiltration and pyrolysis, and chemical vapor infiltration process
  • Aluminium and carbon foam

Selected Publications:

  1. S. Singh, M. Noori, N. Verma, “Efficient bio-electroreduction of CO2 to formate on a iron phthalocyanine-dispersed CDC in microbial electrolysis system”, Electrochemica Acta 338, 135887, 2020.
  2.  Amol Pophali, S. Singh, Nishith Verma, “Simultaneous Hydrogen Generation and COD Reduction in a Photoanode-based Microbial Electrolysis Cell”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2020.
  3. S. Singh, L. Feng, J. Yin, SH. Lee, D. Kim, “Significance of modification of slurry infiltration process for the precursor impregnation and pyrolysis process of SiCf/SiC composites”, Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 40 2245–2251,  2020.
  4. S. Singh, P. Bairagi and N. Verma, “Candle soot-derived carbon nanoparticles: An inexpensive and efficient electrode for microbial fuel cells”, Electrochemica Acta 264:119-127, 2018.
  5. S. Singh, A. Pankaj, S. Mishra, K. Tewari, S. Pratap Singh, “Cerium oxide-catalyzed chemical vapor deposition grown carbon nanofibers for electrochemical detection of Pb(II) and Cu(II)”, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 2019, 7, 103250.