Keynote Speaker

Prof. Hassan Karimi-Maleh

Prof. Hassan Karimi-Maleh

School of Resources and Environment
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC)
Chengdu, China

Department of Chemical Engineering
Quchan University of Technology
Quchan, Iran
Speech Title: Electrochemical strategies, A bright future for wastewater sensing

Abstract: Monitoring of water quality is an important issue in life science. Water plays an important role in life and the quality of water has a direct relation with human health. The study of the quality of drinking water and water used in agriculture and industry is one of the most important issues in the modern world today. It is important and necessary to study the level of hardness, toxic ions, and biological pollutants for the use of water resources. For this purpose, various techniques have long been used to monitoring water quality. In between, electrochemical methods sowed more attention due to fast response, low cost, high sensitivity and portable ability. This presentation review different approach in electrochemical monitoring of water pollutants and benefits of them.

Keywords: Water Quality, Electrochemical Sensors, Monitoring

Biography: Hassan Karimi-Maleh works as professor in the School of Resource and Environment, University of Electronics Science and Technology of China (UESTC). He is a highly cited researcher selected by clarivate analytics 2018 (cross-filed), 2019 (Agriculture field) and 2020 (cross-filed) and Top 1% Scientists in Chemistry and Agriculture simultaneously in ISI Essential Science Indicators. He has published more than 250 research papers with more than 14913 citations and H-index 77 and he works as editorial board of more than 20 international journals such as Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (Elsevier, IF 4.527), journal of food measurement and characterization. He also works as adjunct Professor in University of Johannesburg, South Africa and Quchan University of Technology, Quchan, Iran. His research interest includes development of chemically modified electrodes and DNA sensors for food, biological, pharmaceutical and environmental compounds analysis and investigation of electrochemistry behavior of electroactive materials such as polymers, organic and inorganic compounds. Recently, he focused on synthesis of nanomaterials and application of them in drug delivery and energy storage fields.