Dr. Kaushik K.  Shandilya

Dr. Kaushik K. Shandilya

Research Scientist
Kunj Inc., USA


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from University of Toledo, USA

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Biography

Dr. Kaushik K. Shandilya is currently working as Visiting Researcher at Kunj Inc. USA. He has completed his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from University of Toledo, USA. He has published 28 research articles in journals as well as 16 book chapter and 25 presentations contributed as author/co-author. His work experience includes appointed as Project Associate at Envirotech Instruments Private Limited, Delhi, Mahabal Enviro Engineers Private Limited, Chhindwara, Senior Supervisor at A.P. Constructions, Mhow, Scientific Officer at Environmental & Engineering Services, Indore, Research Scientist at CTrade-BARD Inc., Morrisville, PA, Energy Consultant at South Brunswick township public schools, NJ, Senior Scientist at CTrade-BARD Inc, Energy Consultant at CrownInn Motel, Toledo, OH, Energy Consultant at Lorsiv Technologies, Schaumberg, IL, Consultant at Beroe Inc. Chennai, India, and Director of GreenSTEM Inc., Toledo, OH. He is professional member of Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) local and national chapter, Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Golden Key International Honor Society and Amnesty International, Indian Youth Climate Network, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Sigma Xi The Scientific Research Society, American Association of Aerosol Research, Student Advisory Board, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toledo, Toledo, Associate Member of International Congress of Chemistry and Environment, and Committee member of Marketing, Recertification and Annual Awards Committee of Institute of Professional Environmental Practice (IPEP). He is also serving as reviewer for 27 journals and editor for Journal of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, and Jacobs Journal of Civil Engineering. He also worked on 13 research projects.

Area of Interest:

Engineering
100%
Air Quality Modeling
62%
Total Quality Management
90%
Human Resource Management
75%
Planning
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Singh, P., R. Jain, N.K. Srivastava, K. Shandilya and J. Solanki, 2015. Synthesis of manganese oxide nanoparticles using similar process and different precursors: A comparative study. Nanotechnol. Res. J., 8: 419-427.
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  2. Shandilya, K.K. and J. Scott, 2015. Sustainable future with green technology. Cooling India, 11: 62-63.
  3. Kalal, V.L., G.P. Gaware, M.D. Devre, J. Pawar and K.K. Shandilya, 2015. Development of a wireless drip irrigation system. Environ. Res. J., 9: 451-464.
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  4. Dixit, M., J. Solanki, A. Jain and K. Shandilya, 2015. An agent-based optimized cloud service discovery system. Int. J. Comput. Res., 22: 235-241.
  5. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2014. Carbon speciation of exhaust particulate matter of public transit buses running on alternative fuels. FUEL., 115: 678-684.
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  6. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2013. Organic matter determination for street dust in Delhi. Environ. Monit. Assess., 185: 5251-5264.
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  7. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2013. Particulate emissions from tailpipe of public transit buses fueled with alternative fuels. Environ. Prog. Sust. Energy, 27: 1134-1142.
  8. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2013. Available energy assessment software. Environ. Prog. Sustain. Energy, 32: 170-175.
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  9. Hussain, A., K.K. Shandilya and P. Srivastav, 2013. Anaerobic degradation of phenolic wastewater: Batch test study. Environ. Res. J., 7: 57-71.
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  10. Ajnavi, S., K.K. Shandilya and P. Srivastava, 2013. Aerobic degradation of agricultural residue by fungal consortia. Environ. Res. J., 7: 469-481.
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  11. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2012. Particulate Problem in Delhi, India. In: Advances in Environmental Research, Volume 25, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 3, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-61942-556-9, pp: 69-94.
  12. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2012. Particulate Matter concentrations in Residential East Delhi and South Delhi, India. In: Advances in Environmental Research-Volume 26, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 4, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-62081-468-0, pp: 103-118.
  13. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2012. Organic and Inorganic Particulate Matter in Urban Ambient Air. In: Advances in Environmental Research-Volume 27, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 4, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-62257-425-4, pp: 93-110.
  14. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2012. Estimation of Ambient Air Quality in Delhi. In: Air Quality-Monitoring and Modeling, Kumar, S. and R. Kumar (Eds.). InTech Inc., Croatia, ISBN: 978-953-51-0161-1.
  15. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. Sustainable technologies for a green world. Cooling India, 8: 60-61.
  16. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. Safeguarding HVAC cooling coils. Cooling India, 7: 48-50.
  17. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. Loss on Ignition: Estimation Method for Organic Matter in Particulate Matter. In: Advances in Environmental Research-Volume 26, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 8, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-62081-468-0, pp: 171-180.
  18. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. How to develop green culture with sustainable actions for climate change. Cooling India, 7: 86-87.
  19. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. Commercial use of HVAC filters in indoor air quality. Cooling India, 7: 40-42.
  20. Shandilya, K.K., 2012. Case study: Indoor air quality assessment for a party place. Cooling India, 7: 88-90.
  21. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2012. A review of patents on engine exhaust particulate matter samplers. Recent Patents Chem. Eng., 5: 11-19.
  22. Shandilya K.K. and M. Khare, 2012. Particulate Matter: Sources, Emission Rates and Health Effects. In: Advances in Environmental Research, Volume 23, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 12, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-62100-837-8, pp: 265-322.
  23. Goyal, N., A.B. Gupta, R. Jain and K.K. Shandilya, 2012. Status of Air Quality at the Rambagh Crossing and Choti Choupad of Jaipur City. In: Advances in Environmental Research-Volume 26, Daniels, J.A. (Ed.). Chapter 7, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-62081-468-0, pp: 149-170.
  24. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2011. Particulate matter concentrations in delhi before changing to Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). Indian J. Air Poll. Contr., XI: 52-68.
  25. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Zaky, 2011. A life cycle impact assessment approach to analyze the operational phase of a University building. Indian J. Environ. Sci., 15: 1-12.
  26. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2011. Physical characterization of fine particulate matter inside the public transit buses fueled by biodiesel in Toledo, Ohio. J. Hazardous Mater., 190: 508-514.
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  27. Shandilya, K., A.B. Gupta and M. Khare, 2011. Formation of atmospheric nitrate under high particulate matter concentration. World Rev. Sci. Technol. Sustainable Develop., 8: 148-165.
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  28. Kumar, A., A. Kadiyala, D. Somuri, K.K. Shandilya, S. Velagapudi and V.K.V. Nerella, 2011. Characterization of Emissions and Indoor Air Quality of Public Transport Buses Using Alternative Fuels. In: Biodiesel: Blends, Properties and Applications, Marchetti, J.M. and Z. Fang (Eds.). Chapter 9, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-61324-660-3, pp: 215-234.
  29. Shandilya, K.K., 2010. Reducing the coil corrosion. Indian J. Environ. Sci., 14: 138-140.
  30. Shandilya, K.K., 2010. Business aspect of electrostatic and electronic filter use in indoor air quality. Indian J. Environ. Sci., 14: 167-168.
  31. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2010. Qualitative evaluation of particulate matter inside public transit buses operated by biodiesel. Open Environ. Eng. J., 3: 13-20.
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  32. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2010. Morphology of single inhalable particle inside public transit biodiesel fueled bus. J. Environ. Sci., 22: 263-270.
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  33. Shandilya, K.K. and A. Kumar, 2010. Analysis of Research Studies on Exhaust Emission from the Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine Fueled by Biodiesel. In: Handbook of Environmental Research, Edelstein, A. and D. BAr (Eds.). Chapter 2, Nova Science Publishers, United States, ISBN: 978-1-60741-492-6, pp: 101-151.
  34. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2009. Defining aerosols by physical and chemical characteristics. Indian J. Air poll. Contr., 9: 107-126.
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  35. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2007. Suspended particulate matter distribution in rural-industrial Satna and in urban-industrial South Delhi. Environ. Monit. Assess., 128: 431-445.
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  36. Shandilya, K.K., M. Khare and A.B. Gupta, 2006. Suspended particulate matter concentrations in commercial east Delhi and south Delhi, India. Indian J. Environ. Protect., 26: 705-717.
  37. Schreiner, C., E. Gonyo, K. Shandilya, J. Buonocore and X. Zhou et al., 2006. Children's exposure to diesel exhaust at a rural elementary school. Epidemiology, 17: S146-S147.
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  38. Sharma, M., Y. N.V. M. Kiran and K.K. Shandilya, 2004. Subset statistical modelling of atmospheric sulfate. Clean Air Environ. Qual., 38: 37-41.
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  39. Sharma, M., Y.N.V.M. Kiran and K.K. Shandilya, 2003. Investigations into formation of atmospheric sulfate under high PM 10 concentration. Atmosp. Environ., 37: 2005-2013.
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