Professor Nigel J.D. Graham is Professor of Environmental Engineering and previously Head of the Environmental and Water Resource Engineering Section. He has research interests in the field of Unit Processes for Water and Wastewater Treatment, and Water Supply Engineering. He has degrees from the University of Cambridge (BA, MA, ScD) and Imperial College London (MSc, DIC, PhD) and is a Chartered Engineer with corporate membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers (FICE), the Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE) and the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (FCIWEM). He is an elected Fellow of the International Water Association, and was a co-recipient of the Institution of Civil Engineers Telford Gold Medal in 2010.
Professor Graham is a former Course Director of the MSc Course in Environmental Engineering and during 2010-12 he was advisor to the Faculty of Engineering on Environment and Water research. Professor Graham is an Honorary Professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and holds a visiting Professorship at the Harbin Institute of Technology, China. Since 1990 he has served as Associate Editor of Ozone: Science and Engineering, the peer-review journal of the International Ozone Association.
Larasati A, Fowler GD, Graham NJD, 2021, Insights into chemical regeneration of activated carbon for water treatment, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Vol:9
et al., 2021, Contribution of bacterial extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) in surface water purification., Environ Pollut, Vol:280
McBeath ST, Graham NJD, 2021, Simultaneous electrochemical oxidation and ferrate generation for the treatment of atrazine: A novel process for water treatment applications, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol:411, ISSN:0304-3894, Pages:1-9
et al., 2021, Circumneutral electrosynthesis of ferrate oxidant: an emerging technology for small, remote and decentralised water treatment applications, Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, Vol:27, ISSN:2451-9103, Pages:1-7
et al., 2021, Hydrophobic-modified metal-hydroxide nanoflocculants enable one-step removal of multi-contaminants for drinking water production, Iscience, Vol:24