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Nabin Aryal

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Nabin Aryal

Postdoc

  • Department of Engineering - Anaerob Digestion Technologies, Hangøvej
Postal address:
Hangøvej 2
5250
8200
Aarhus N
Denmark

Email: aryalnabin@eng.au.dk

Mobile: +4520655415

Employment

Postdoc

Department of Engineering - Anaerob Digestion Technologies, Hangøvej

Aarhus University

Aarhus N, Denmark

16 Feb 2017 → present

PhD Researcher

Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability

Denmark

Feb 2014

Research Technician

Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO), Mol, Belgium

Belgium

Feb 2013Feb 2014

Sumer-Intern Environmental Engineer

ENVISAN GEM Inc., Prague, Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Jun 2012Aug 2012

Technical Executive

International Certification Services Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India

India

Oct 2008Oct 2011

Education

Ph.D in Bioengineering, Technical University of Denmark, DTU
Feb. 2014 → Feb. 2017
M.Sc. in Environmental Technology and Engineering, Ghent Univerity
Sep. 2011 → Sep. 2013
B.Sc. in Environmental Science, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
May 2003 → May 2005

Membership and Involvement

-Member of International Society for Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology (ISMET)
- Member of The International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)

Academic Award and Honor

- Ph.D Student Travel grants from Otto Mønsteds Fond, Denmark-2016
- Erasmus Mundus Category A Scholarship from European Commission 2011-2013
- Scholarship on Short Course Training on Management System from Government of India under Colombo Plan 2008
- Academic Bright Free Scholarship from Friends of Needy Children 1996-2004

Publications

Syngas production using straw pellet gasification influidized bedallothermal reactor under different temperature conditions

B.K.Rasmussen, N. & Aryal, N., 1 Mar 2020, In : Fuel. 263, 8 p., 116706.

Bioelectrochemical Syntheses

Bajracharya, S., Aryal, N., De Wever, H. & Pant, D., Jul 2019, An Economy Based on Carbon Dioxide and Water: Potential of Large Scale Carbon Dioxide Utilization. Springer, p. 327-358 32 p.

Increased carbon dioxide reduction to acetate in a microbial electrosynthesis reactor with a reduced graphene oxide-coated copper foam composite cathode

Aryal, N., Wan, L., Overgaard, M. H., Stoot, A. C., Chen, Y., Tremblay, P-L. & Zhang, T., 2 Apr 2019, In : Bioelectrochemistry. 128, p. 83-93 11 p.

Methane loss from commercially operating biogas upgrading plants

Kvist, T. & Aryal, N., 2019, In : Waste Management. 87, p. 295-300 6 p.

Alternative of Biogas Injection into the Danish Gas Grid System — A Study from Demand Perspective

Aryal, N. & Kvist, T., 5 Sep 2018, In : ChemEngineering. 2, 3, 11 p., 43.

An overview of microbial biogas enrichment

Aryal, N., Kvist, T., Ammam, F., Pant, D. & Ottosen, L. D. M., Sep 2018, In : Bioresource Technology. 264, p. 359-369 11 p.

Highly Conductive Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Polystyrene Sulfonate Polymer Coated Cathode for the Microbial Electrosynthesis of Acetate From Carbon Dioxide

Aryal, N., Tremblay, P-L., Xu, M., E. Daugaard, A. & Zhang, T., 20 Jul 2018, In : Frontiers in Energy Research. 6, 72

An overview of cathode materials for microbial electrosynthesis of chemicals from carbon dioxide

Aryal, N., Ammam, F., A. Patil, S. & Pant, D., 26 Oct 2017, In : Green Chemistry. 19, p. 5748-5760 13 p.

Effect of Hg, As and Pb on biomass production, photosynthetic rate, nutrients uptake and phytochelatin induction

Gupta, D. K., Huang, H. G., Nicoloso, F. T., Schetinger, F. T., Farias, J. G., Li, T. Q., Razafindrabe, B. H. N., Aryal, N. & Inouhe, M., 26 Sep 2017, In : Ecotoxicology. 22, 9, p. 1403-1412 9 p.

Freestanding and flexible graphene papers as bioelectrochemical cathode for selective and efficient CO2 conversion

Aryal, N., Halder, A., Zhang, M., Whelan, P. R., Tremblay, P-L., Chi, Q. & Zhang, T., 22 Aug 2017, In : Scientific Reports. 7, 8 p., 9107.

Performance of different Sporomusa species for the microbial electrosynthesis of acetate from carbon dioxide

Aryal, N., Tremblay, P-L., Lizak, D. M. & Zhang, T., 28 Feb 2017, In : Bioresource Technology. 233, p. 184-190 6 p.

Enhanced microbial electrosynthesis with three-dimensional graphene functionalized cathodes fabricated via solvothermal synthesis

Aryal, N., Halder, A., Tremblay, P-L., Chi, Q. & Zhang, T., 15 Sep 2016, In : Electrochimica Acta. 2107, p. 117-122 5 p.

Multifactorial evaluation of the electrochemical response of a microbial fuel cell

Lepage, G., Perrier, G., Merlin, G., Aryal, N. & Dominquez-Benetton, X., 16 May 2014, In : R S C Advances. 45, p. 23815-23825 10 p.

Bioelectrocatalyzed reduction of acetic and butyric acids via direct electron transfer using a mixed culture of sulfate-reducers drives electrosynthesis of alcohols and acetone.

Sharma, M., Aryal, N., Sarma, P. M., Vanbroekhoven, K., Lal, B., Dominguez Benetton, X. & Pant, D., 31 May 2013, In : Chemical Communications. 58, p. 6495-6497 2 p.