Susan George ESR10
“Implementation of metal modeling speciation in reactor operation ADM1 approach”
I am Susan, indian national born in Kerala, a small and cosy state on the south-western coast of India. I obtained my master’s degree in ‘Environmental Engineering and Management’ from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi in 2019 and graduated in B. Tech degree in Civil Engineering in 2017. During my masters, I did a 7 month research stay at Leibniz University Hannover, Germany as part of DAAD-IIT Master Sandwich Scholarship Programme to develop my master thesis on ‘Mathematical modelling of nitrate removal from contaminated ground water in an innovative biofilm reactor’. Driven by passionate research interests and curiosity to learn and explore the subject, I got motivated and determined to take a step further by pursuing PhD. As my professional experience, I have worked as a research assistant at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras and as an engineer at Bremen Overseas Research and Development Organisation (BORDA-South Asia). In my leisure time, I enjoy travelling, gardening and hiking.