Having completed a Master of Environmental & Chemical Engineering, Samira Miryahyaei furthered her academic knowledge by working for industry for 5 years at consulting companies, where she acquired experience about the design of water and wastewater treatment technologies. She has already developed a professional knowledge on piping modeling, design, sizing and selection of equipment for wastewater collection networks and treatment systems.
Ph.D. in Env. & Chem. Engineering was another path she walked through in 2016 at RMIT University to strengthen her knowledge and skills by research on the conversion of waste to renewable energy by anaerobic digestion of sludge. Her study aims to investigate the impact of sludge thickening on biogas production efficiency and dewaterability. Recently, her research was presented at different conferences such as the NextWater 2019 co-hosted by Water Research Australia (WaterRA). She has shown a great passion for protecting the environment and water resources and desires to be able to save the environment by her research more effectively.
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