Areas of expertise
- Water Science and Engineering
Neha attained a Master’s degree in Water Engineering at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow UK in 2018. She has also previously collaborated with the marine industry as part of the class independent study during her Master's degree. In 2019, she joined the Cranfield Water Science Institute to pursue a Doctorate (PhD) research degree.
Currently, Neha is developing innovative treatment technologies for water recovery from concentrated blackwater. Her project focusses on process design and development for wastewater treatment and recycling and is established in applying scientific understanding from robust characterisation of concentrated blackwater. The research aims to deliver high quality water reuse which meets the BS ISO 30500 standards for non-sewered water recycling. This work is sponsored by GBR Rail, UK.
During her research project, Neha has won the first prize for three-minute thesis competition at the 3rd Early Career Researcher WASH conference (UK, 2019). She has also previously presented a three-minute poster at the 9th Conference of the UK Wastewater Networks (UK, 2021).