Chemistry DR.VENKATESH. S

Name:                         Dr. VENKATESH.S

Designation:               ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Contact Address:      Dept. of Chemistry, Science and Humanities,Vel Tech High Tech Dr.Rangarajan Dr. Sakunthala Engg. College, Avadi.

Degree:                       M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

Degree University Field of Specialisation
B.Sc. R.K.M Vivekananda College,

University of Madras

Zoology
M.Sc. Sri Sathya Sai University, A.P Biosciences
M.Phil. Central University, Pondicherry Environmental Sciences and Engg.
Ph.D. Anna University, Chennai Biogeochemistry

Years of Experience: 6 Years 3 Months

Conference Attended:

  1. Venkatesh. S (2010) ‘Studies on the impact of bio-film support media (BSM) on high solid digester (HSD)’ National conference on Alternate energy Resources and Applications organized by Sriram Engineering College, Chennai.
  2. Venkatesh. S (2011) ‘Studies on the influence of Solid porous support systems (SPSS) on high solid digestion of vegetable market waste’ International Conference on Society, Technology & Sustainable Development (ICSTSD 2011) organized by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetam University, (Kochi) and University of Buffalo, USA.
  3. Venkatesh. S (2011)Studies on impact of azospirillum (biofertilizer) on methane fluxes from rice paddy ecosystems of south India’ International Conference on Recent Advances in Chemical Engineering and Technology (RACET 2011) Organized by Cochin University and Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IiChE), Kochi, pp.
  4. Venkatesh. S (2011) ‘High Solid anaerobic digestion with phase separation – An alternate novel method to treat vegetable market waste’ CSIR sponsored National conference on recent applications of nanomaterials in chemistry and environmental research (Rancer 2011)  organized by Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
  5. Venkatesh. S (2011) ‘Studies on impact of nitrogen fertilizers on methane fluxes from rice paddy ecosystems of south IndiaInternational Conference on Earth Future 2011 organized by Periyar University (Salem) and AvH, Germany.
  1. S (2011)Studies on impact of free living soil nitrogen fixers on methane fluxes from rice paddy ecosystems of south India international conference on impact of physical sciences on biology organized by Queen Mary’s college, Chennai.
  2. Venkatesh. S (2011) Studies on impact of azolla (biofertilizer) on methane fluxes from rice paddy ecosystems of south India’ International Conference on Emerging Green technologies (ICEGT 2011) organized by Periyar Maniammai University(Vallam)  and Ministry of Earth Sciences.
  1. S (2011) ‘Comparative studies on impact of azolla (floating fern) and azospirillum (free living soil microbe) on  methane emission from wetland rice paddy ecosystems of south India–a measure to mitigate methane emission’ International Congress of Environmental Research (ICER 2011) organized by Journal of Environmental Research and Development and Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat
  2. Venkatesh. S (2011) ‘Role of Azospirillum (Free living soil microbe) in mitigating methane emission from wetland rice paddy ecosystems of south India’ International Conference on Sustainable Manufacturing: Issues, Trends and Practices (ICSM2011), Organized by BITS, Pilani.
  1. S (2012) ‘Seasonal variation of nitrous oxide from wetland rice paddy ecosystems of south India’ National Conference on Green technology, Organized by NIT, Suratkal.
  2. S (2012) ‘Studies on the treatment of vegetable waste with high solid anaerobic digesters’ International conference on Renewable energy utilization (ICREU 2012) organized by CIT, Coimbatore and Oklahoma State University, USA.
  3. S (2012) “Studies on the influence of biological fertilizers to mitigate methane emission from wetland rice paddy ecosystems of South India” International Open Science Conference Global Environmental Change- Challenges and Innovations, Madras University.

 Research Paper Published:

  • S (2011) ‘Studies on DIEL Variation of Methane Fluxes from Rice Paddy Ecosystems of South India’ International Journal of Biometrics and Bioinformatics, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 84-92.
  • S (2013) “Impact of Nitrogen Fertilizers on Methane Flux to the atmosphere from the Paddy Ecosystems” Mu. Ramkumar (ed.), On a Sustainable Future of the Earth’s Natural Resources, Springer Earth System Sciences, Chapter 27, 455-466.
  • S and Raju. S (2014) “Novel treatment of biodegradable market waste with laboratory scale anaerobic digesters using PVC pipes” Pollution research, Vol. 33 (3) pp 613-617.
  • S and Jayashree. V (2014) “Studies on the influence of Solid porous support systems (SPSS) on high solid digestion (HSD) of vegetable market waste” Pollution research, Vol. 33 (3) pp 591-596.
  • S (2014) “Studies on Impact of Biofertilizer on Methane Fluxes from Rice Paddy Ecosystems of South India Studies on Impact of Biofertilizer on Methane Fluxes from Rice Paddy Ecosystems of South India, Int. Jour. Of Chemtech. Res.

 Research Position Held:

  • Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial fund Scholarship (JNMF – SRF) on “Studies on the biogeochemical cycles of methane and nitrous oxide and its possible mitigation strategies from wetland trice paddy ecosystems of South India” (Jan200-Dec 2002).
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