TASNEEM ABBASI Assistant Professor

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  • Centre for Pollution Control & Environmental Engineering
  • School of Engineering & Technology
  • tasneem.abbasi@gmail.com

Academic Activity

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Educational Qualification (UG,PG & Higher Order)

S.No Degree Subject/Title of thesis University/Board Year of Passing
1 PhD Chemical and Environmental Engineering Anna University, Coimbatore 2010
2 MTech Environmental Engineering Pondicherry University 2008
3 MSc (Engg) Water and Environmental Engineering University of Surrey 2005
4 BTech Chemical Engineering Pondicherry University 2002

Area of Specializaion

Awards / Prizes Conferred

S.No Name / Title of the Award Type Name of the Agency conferred the Award Year of the Award Amount for Cash Award
1 Suman Sharma Award for Outstanding Women Engineer NATIONAL National Design and Research Foundation 2014
2 Young Engineer Award NATIONAL Institution of Engineers, India 2014
3 Best Presentation Award INTERNATIONAL World Resource Forum, Davos, Switzerland 2013 None
4 British Chevening Scholarship INTERNATIONAL British Council, Thames Water, University of Surrey 2004 Fully funded scholar

Teaching Experience

S.No Designation Department/Centre Institution
1 Lecturer/Assistant Professor Centre for Pollution Control and Environmental Engineering Pondicherry University
2 GATE scholar Department of Chemical Engineering Pondicherry Engineering College

Research Experience

S.No Designation Department/Centre Institution Area of Research
1 Various Various Various Chemical/environmental engineering
2 Lecturer/Assistant Professor Centre for Pollution Control and Environmental Engineering Pondicherry University Chemical/environmental engineering

Industry Experience

S.No Designation Company/Corporate Nature of Work
1 Consultant & Group Leader Changi Constructions and Consultants Consultancy
2 Consultant & Group Leader Changi Constructions and Consultants Consultancy
3 Director Envit Consultants Consultancy

Contribution towards Innovation

S.No Name of the Work/Contribution Specialization Remarks

Patent Details

S.No Title Status Patent Number Year of Award Type Commercialized Status
1 A Process and a system for eco-friendly and total disposal of date palm waste (DPW) APPLIED 2412/DEL/2014 2014 NATIONAL NO
2 A Novel Process for Eco-friendly Treatment of Ligninous Biowaste GRANTED 303781 2014 NATIONAL NO
3 HEVSPAR: A novel vermireactor system for treating paper waste GRANTED 312587 2013 NATIONAL NO
4 A process for synthesis of metal nanoparticles from aquatic weeds APPLIED 458/CHE/2012 2012 NATIONAL NO
5 Dynamic Self Sustaining and Self Propagating System for Wastewater Treatment GRANTED 639/DEL/2012 2012 NATIONAL NO
6 The Inclined Parallel Stack Continuously Operable Vermireactor GRANTED 302643 2011 NATIONAL NO
7 A Process For Synthesis Of Bimetallic Silver-Gold Nanoparticles From Weeds APPLIED 4570/CHE/2011 2011 NATIONAL NO
8 Gainful Utilization Of Four Otherwise Worthless And Problematic Weeds For Silver Nanoparticle Synthesis APPLIED 2175/CHE/2011 2011 NATIONAL NO

Papers Published in UGC Approved Journals

S.No Title Name of the Authors as per the order in Paper Journal Name Volume, Issue & Page Nos. Year Impact Factor
1 A model to forecast methane emissions from topical and subtropical reservoirs on the basis of artificial neural networks Abbasi, T., Tasneem Abbasu., Luithui, C., Abbasi, S.A. Water 12(1), 145 2020 2.544
2 Modelling methane and nitrous oxide emissions from rice paddy wetlands in india using artificial neural networks (ANNs) Abbasi, T., Tasneem Abbasi., Luithui, C., Abbasi, S.A. Water 12(3), 2169 2020 2.544
3 Evaluating the fertilizer and pesticidal value of vermicompost generated from a toxic and allelopathic weed ipomoea Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of the Saudi Society of Agricultural Sciences 19(1), 43-50 2020 3.54
4 A Comparative Study of the Reproductive and the Vermicomposting Ability of Three Generations of Epigeic and Anecic Earthworms When Subjected to a Toxi Abbasi, S.A., Patnaik, P., Abbasi, T., Khamrang, C., Tasneem Abbasi. Compost Science and Utilization 28(1), 28-35 2020 0.969
5 An Assessment of the Spread Rates of Accidentally Spilled Flammable Liquids and the Development of a Model to Forecast the Spill Velocity Tauseef, S.M., Pandey, S.K., Tabassum-Abbasi, Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention 19(6), 1774-1780 2019 0.80
6 Modelling methane and nitrous oxide emissions from rice paddy wetlands in India using Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) Abbasi, T., Tasneem Abbasi., Luithui, C., Abbasi, S.A. Water 11(10) 2019 2.544
7 Equilibrium models for predicting areas covered by accidentally spilled liquid fuels and an assessment of their efficacy Raja, S., Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S.M., Abbasi, S.A. Process Safety and Environmental Protection 130, 153-162 2019 4.708
8 A template for quantitative risk assessment of facilities storing hazardous chemicals Basheer, A., Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. International Journal of Systems Assurance Engineering and Management 10(5), 1158-1172 2019 1.02
9 Effect of application of vermicompost on methane emission and grain yield of Chinna Ponni paddy crop Dhanuja, C., Saxena, D.K., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Paddy and Water Environment 17(4), 797-802 2019 1.394
10 Designing Risk-Minimized Layout for Hazardous Utilities in Chemical Process Industries Using the New Methodology RIDIMPUS Basheer, A., Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S.M., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention 19(4), 1127-1134 2019 0.80
11 Efficacy of existing transient models for spill area forecasting S., R., T.L.P., R., S.M., T., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Chemical Health and Safety 26(04), 33-37 2019 1
12 Methodologies for Assessing Risks of Accidents in Chemical Process Industries Basheer, A., Tauseef, S.M., Taneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention 19(3), 623-648 2019 0.80
13 Fertilization of paddy cultivation with vermicompost: a critical mini review Dhanuja, C., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Organic Agriculture 19(3), 623-648 2019 0.80
14 Microbial fuel cells as source of clean energy - Potential and pitfalls Tabassum-Abbasi, Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Nature Environment and Pollution Technology 18(3), 789-797 2019 0.28
15 Biomimetic synthesis of platinum nanoparticles utilizing a terrestrial weed Antigonon leptopus Ganaie S.U., Tasneem Abbasi, Abbasi S. A., Particulate Science and Technology 36(6), 2018 1.6
16 Synthesis of AuNPs with catalytic and antioxidant properties using the dreaded weed mimosa, Pirathiba, S., Ganaie, S. U., Rajalakshmi, R., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Bioinspired, Biomimetic and Nanobiomaterials 1-11, 2018 0.8
17 Risk of fuel spills and the transient models of spill area forecasting, Raja, S., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention 18, 445-455 2018 -
18 A method for the estimation of overpressure generated by open air hydrogen explosions, Mukhim, E. D., Tasneem Abbasi, Tauseef, S. M., Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 52, 99–107 2018 1.9
19 Chemical Accident Simulation Tool (CAST): A system for assessing consequences of accidents in chemical process industry, Tauseef, S. M., Suganya, R., Tasneem Abbasi, Abbasi, S. A., Journal of failure analysis and prevention 18(1), 101-116, 2018 -
20 A new method for siting hazardous units in chemical process facilities which minimizes risk at least cost: RIDIMPUS, Basheer, A., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi, Abbasi, S. A., Journal of failure analysis and prevention 18(1), 83-91 2018 -
21 Simulation of multiple pool fires involving two different fuels. Vasanth, S., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 48, 289-296 2017 1.9
22 Prosopis (Prosopis juliflora): blessing and bane, Patnaik, P., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Tropical Ecology, 58(3), 455–483 2017 1.4
23 Detoxification of parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorus) and its metamorphosis into an organic fertilizer and biopesticide Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Bioresources and Bioprocessing 4(1), 2-9, 2017 -
24 Enhancement in the productivity of ladies finger (Abelmoschus esculentus) with concomitant pest control by the vermicompost of the weed salvinia (Salv Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture 6(4), 335–343, 2017 -
25 Domino effect in chemical process industries triggered by overpressure—Formulation of equipment-specific probits, Mukhim, E. D., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Process Safety and Environmental Protection 106, 263-273, 2017 3.1
26 Toxic and allelopathic ipomoea yields plant-friendly organic fertilizer, Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Cleaner Production 148, 826-835, 2017 6.2
27 Rapid and green synthesis of bimetallic Au-Ag nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless weed Antigonon leptopus, Ganaie, S. U., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Experimental Nanoscience 34(2), 201-208, 2016 1.0
28 Transformation of a highly pernicious and toxic weed parthenium into an eco-friendly organic fertilizer by vermicomposting, Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., International journal of Environmental Studies, 818, 157-165, 2016 -
29 Utilization of the pernicious aquatic weed salvinia (Salvinia molesta D S Mitchell) in generating gold nanoparticles, Tasneem Abbasi., Anuradha, J., and Abbasi, S. A., Indian Journal of Biotechnology 15, 382-391, 2016 0.3
30 A Clean-Green Synthesis of Platinum Nanoparticles Utilizing a Pernicious Weed Lantana (Lantana Camara), Mavukkandy, M. O., Chakraborty, S., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 9(1), 84-90, 2016 -
31 Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless weed mimosa (Mimosa pudica): feasibility and process development towards shape/si Ganaie, S. U., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S. A., Particulate Science and Technology 33, 638-644, 2016 1.6
32 Vermicomposting-mediated conversion of the toxic and allelopathic weed ipomoea into a potent fertilizer, Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Process Safety and Environmental Protection 103, 97-106, 2016 3.1
33 Vermicomposting transforms allelopathic parthenium into a benign organic fertilizer, Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Journal of Environmental Management, 180c, 180-189, 2016 4.7
34 Impact of wind-energy generation on climate: a rising spectre, Tabassum-Abbasi., Abbasi, T., and Abbasi, S. A., Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 59, 1591-1598, 2016 9.1
35 Transformation of toxic and allelopathic lantana into a bening organic fertilizer through vermicomposting, Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomelecular spectroscopy 163, 162-169, 2016 2.3
36 Utilization of the terrestrial weed Antigonon leptopus in the rapid and green synthesis of stable gold nanoparticles with shape/size control, Ganaie, S. U., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy 35(1), 20-33, 2016 1.7
37 Reducing the global environmental impact of livestock production: the minilivestock option, Tabassum-Abbasi., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S, A., Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 1754-766, 2016 6.2
38 Vermiremediation of an invasive and pernicious weed salvinia (Salvinia molesta), Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S. A., Ecological Engineering, 91, 432-440, 2016 3.4
39 Low-cost, environment friendly synthesis of palladium nanoparticles by utilising a terrestrial weed Antigonon leptopus, Ganaie, S. U., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S. A., Particulate Science and Technology 34(2), 201-208, 2016 1.6
40 An eco-friendly method of synthesizing gold nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless weed pistia(Pistia stratiotes L.) Anuradha, J., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Advanced Research 6(5), 711-720, 2015 -
41 Vermicomposting eliminates the toxicity of Lantana (Lantana camara) and turns it into a plant friendly organic fertilizer Hussain, N., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Hazardous Materials 298 46-57, 2015 6.4
42 Gainful utilization of the highly intransigent weed ipomoea in the synthesis of gold nanoparticles Tasneem Abbasi., Anuradha, J., Ganaie, S.U., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of King Saud University – Science 27(1), 15-22, 2015 -
43 Rapid and clean biomimetic synthesis of bimetallic Au-Ag nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless and noxious weed ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea), Ganaie, S.U., Ravindran, S., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Nano Research 31, 1-14, 2015 0.5
44 Control of amphibious weed ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea) by utilizing it for the extraction of volatile fatty acids as energy precursors Rafiq Kumar, M., Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Advanced Research 6(1), 73-78, 2015 -
45 Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless weed mimosa (Mimosa pudica): Feasibility and process development toward shape/siz Ganaie, S.U., Tasneem Abbasi, and Abbasi, S.A. Particulate Science and Technology 33(6), 638-644, 2015 1.6
46 simulation of pool fires situated at differing elevation Process Safety and Environmental Protection Vasanth, S., Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. 94(C) 89-95, 2015 3.1
47 Vermicomposting of phytomass: Limitations of the past approaches and the emerging directions, Abbasi, S.A., Nayeem-Shah, M., and Tasneem Abbasi Journal of Cleaner Production 93, 103-114, 2015 6.2
48 Multiple pool fires: Occurrence, simulation, modeling and management Vasanth, S., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in Process Industries 29, 103-121, 2014 1.9
49 The generation, impact, and management of E-Waste: State of the art Premalatha, M., Tabassum-Abbasi,Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 44 (14), 1577-1678, 2014 5.8
50 An eco-friendly method of synthesizing gold nanoparticles using an otherwise worthless weedpistia (Pistia stratiotes L.) Anuradha, J., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S. A. Journal of Advanced Research, 6(7), 711-720, 2014 -
51 Wind energy: Increasing deployment, rising environmental concerns Tabassum-Abbasi, Premalatha, M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 31, 270–288, 2014 9.1
52 A new machine for clean and rapid separation of vermicast, earthworms and undigested substrate in vermicomposting systems Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., Banupriya, G., Banupriya, D. and Abbasi, S. A. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering 56(4), 495-498, 2014 -
53 A critical view on the eco-friendliness of small and large hydroelectric installations Premalatha, M., Tabassum-Abbasi, Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Science of the Total Environment 481 638-643, 2014 5.1
54 Biomimetic synthesis of silver nanoparticles using the amphibious weed ipomoea and their application in pollution control. Ganaie, S. U., Tasneem Abbasi., Anuradha, J., Abbasi, S. A. Journal of King Saud University – Science 26(3), 222-229, 2014 -
55 FREEDOM II: An improved methodology to assess domino effect frequency using simulation techniques Rad, A., Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Tasneem Abbasi., Rashtchian, D., Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 92(6), 714-722, 2014 3.1
56 Impact of Al3+ on sludge granulation in UASB reactor Tasneem Abbasi., Sanjeevi, R., Anuradha, J. and Abbasi, S.A. Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 12, 254-259 2013 0.3
57 Methane capture from livestock manure Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S.M. and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Environmental Management, 117 187-207, 2013 4.7
58 A website to showcase the human-friendly aspects of termites. Premalatha, M., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S. A. Current Science, 105(11) 1459, 2013 1.0
59 Exploration of the possible catalytic effect of iron and nickel on the production of biogas from date palm waste F.Y. Al-Juhaimi, S.H. Hamad, I.S. Al-Ahaideb, M.M. Al-Otaibi, M. Nayeem-Shah, Tasneem Abbasi and S.A. Abbasi Ecology, Environment and Conservation, 19 (4) 985-988, 2013 -
60 Role of Calcium (II) in anaerobic sludge granulation and UASB reactor operation: a method to develop calcium-fortified sludge outside the UASB reactor Sanjeevi, R., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 12, 246-253, 2013 0.3
61 Assessment of four turbulence models in simulation of large-scale pool fires in the presence of wind using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) Vasanth, S., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in Process Industries 26, 1071-1084, 2013 1.9
62 Energy recovery from wastewaters with high-rate anaerobic digesters Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 19, 704-741, 2013 9.1
63 Is the use of renewable energy sources an answer to the problems of global warming and pollution? Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 42(2), 99-154, 2012 5.8
64 Formation and impact of granules in fostering clean energy production and wastewater treatment in upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactors Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16(3), 1696-1708, 2012 9.1
65 Anaerobic digestion for global warming control and energy generation: an overview Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S. M., and Abbasi, S. A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 16, 3228-3242 2012 9.1
66 India’s science: excellence unrecognized Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Science, 336(6079), 296, 2012 35.3
67 Masdar City: a zero carbon zero waste myth. Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Current Science, 102(1), 12-12, 2012 1.0
68 Role of vitamin B-3 and C in the fashioning of granules in UASB reactor sludge Tasneem Abbasi., Sanjeevi, R., Makhija, M., Abbasi, S. A. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 167(2), 348-357, 2012 1.8
69 The real origin of the e-waste problem and its truly ‘sustainable’ solution Premalatha, M., Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. Ecology, Environment And Conservation, 18 (4) 987-991, 2012 -
70 Trans-disciplinary research in India – a scenario for the developing world Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Current Science, 103(9), 977-977, 2012 1.0
71 A method for simulation of vapour cloud explosions based on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) Tauseef, S.M., Rashtchian, D., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries 24(5), 638-647, 2011 1.9
72 Ocean acidification: the newest threat to the global environment Tasneem Abbasi and Abbasi, S.A. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 41(18), 1601-1663, 2011 5.8
73 The return to renewables: will it help in global warming control? Tasneem Abbasi., Premalatha, M., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15(1), 891–894, 2011 9.1
74 Small hydro and the environmental implications of its extensive utilization Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15(4), 2134-2143, 2011 9.1
75 Decarbonization of fossil fuels as a strategy to control global warming Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15(4), 1828-1834, 2011 9.1
76 Rapid and reproducible ‘green’ synthesis of silver nanoparticles of consistent shape and size using Azadirachtaindica Anuradha, J., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Research Journal of Biotechnology, 6(1), 69-70, 2011 0.3
77 Development of a new chemical process-industry accident database to assist in past accident analysis Tauseef, S.M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, 24(4), 426-431, 2011 1.9
78 Water quality indices based on bio-assessment: The bioticindices Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Water and Health 9(2), 330-348, 2011 1.0
79 Energy-efficient food production to reduce global warming and ecodegradation: The use of edible insects Premalatha, M., Tasneem Abbasi., Tabassum-Abbasi Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15(9), 4357-4360, 2011 9.1
80 Renewable hydrogen: prospects and challenges Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15(6), 3034-3040, 2011 9.1
81 Domino effect in process-industry accidents - An inventory of past events and identification of some patterns Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Tasneem Abbasi., Rashtchian, D., Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in Process Industries 24(5), 575-593, 2011 1.9
82 Sources of pollution in rooftop rainwater harvesting systems and their control Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. 41(23), 2097-2167, 2011 5.8
83 Applications of GIS in wetland management: An overview Tasneem Abbasi., Chari, K.B., and Abbasi, S.A. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, 14, 87-103, 2010 0.3
84 Biomass energy and the environmental impacts associated with its production and utilization Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14(3),919–937, 2010 9.1
85 Corrigendum to a new method for assessing domino effect in chemical process industry Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Tasneem Abbasi., Rashtchian, D. and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 184( 1-3), 877, 2010 6.4
86 actors which facilitate waste water treatment in presence of aquatic weeds- the mechanism of the weed’s purifying action Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. International Journal of Environmental Studies 67(3) 349–371, 2010 -
87 Enhancement in the efficiency of existing oxidation ponds by using aquatic weeds at little or no extra cost- the macrophyte upgraded oxidation pond (M Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Bioremediation Journal 14(2), 67-80, 2010 1.3
88 Risks of fire and explosion associated with the increasing use of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S.M., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention 10(4), 322-333, 2010 -
89 A scheme for the classification of explosions in the chemical process industry Tasneem Abbasi., Pasman, H.J.,and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Hazardous Materials 174(1-3), 270–280, 2010 6.4
90 A new method for assessing domino effect in chemical process industry Abdolhamidzadeh, B., Tasneem Abbasi., Rashtchian, D., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 182(1-3), 416-426, 2010 6.4
91 Production of clean energy by anaerobic digestion of phytomass - new prospects for a global warming amelioration technology. Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14(6), 1653–1659, 2010 9.1
92 Development and application of a water resources project information system Chari, K.B., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, 14(3), 83-93, 2010 0.3
93 ‘Green’ synthesis of gold nanoparticles with aqueous extracts of neem (Azadirachtaindica) Anuradha, J., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Research Journal of Biotechnology, 5(1), 75-79, 2010 0.3
94 A geospatial modelling-based assessment of water quality in and around Kaliveli watershed Tasneem Abbasi., Chari, K.B. and Abbasi, S.A. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, 13(4), 48-55, 2009 0.4
95 Towards modeling and design of vermicomposting systems: composting versus vermicomposting Tasneem Abbasi., Gajalakshmi, S. and Abbasi, S.A. Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 8(2), 177-182, 2009 0.3
96 Spatial and temporal patterns in the water quality of a major tropical lake – Oussudu Tasneem Abbasi., Chari, K.B. and Abbasi, S.A. Pollution Research, 28(3), 353-365 2009 -
97 Water quality management of rooftop rainwater harvesting systems Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering (NEERI), 51(4), 325-330, 2009 -
98 A study of the impact of acid rain on chromium toxicity Tasneem Abbasi., Kannadasan, T. and Abbasi, S.A. International Journal of Environmental Studies 66(6) 765–771, 2009 -
99 The boiling liquid expanding vapour explosion (BLEVE) is fifty…and lives on! Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in Process Industries 21(4), 485–487, 2008 1.9
100 Accidental risk of superheated liquids and a framework for predicting the superheat limit Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Loss Prevention in Process Industries, 20(2),165-181, 2007 1.9
101 Boiling liquid expanding vapour explosions (BLEVEs): mechanism, consequence assessment, management Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A Journal of Hazardous Materials, 141(3), 489-519, 2007 6.4
102 Dust explosions – cases, causes, consequences and control Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 140 (1-2), 7-44, 2007 6.4
103 Energy from anaerobic digestion of phytomass: An enduring but unrealized dream Gajalakshmi, S., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Indian Chemical Engineer 48, 109-111, 2006 -
104 The expertise and the practice of loss prevention in the Indian process industry: some pointers for the third world Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S.A. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, Transactions IChemE 83(5 B), 413-420, 2005 3.1
105 Mechanism of pollutant removal from wastewaters by aquatic macrophytes Tasneem Abbasi., Abbasi, S.A. and Ramesh, N. Indian Chemical Engineer, B45, 197-202, 2003 -

Papers Published in Peer Reviewed Journals

S.No Title Name of the Authors as per the order in Paper Journal Name Volume, Issue & Page Nos. Year Impact Factor

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

S.No Title Name of the Authors as per the order in Paper Details of Conference Publication Page Nos. Year
1 Mathematical modeling for the design of greenbelts for Air Pollution Control: An engineering perspective Abbasi, T., Tauseef, S.M., Khan, F. I., Abbasi, S.A. Annamalai University 77-83 2012
2 Decarbonization as a means of global warming control: Viability and environmental impacts Premalatha, M., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Annamalai University 84-88 2012
3 Gainful utilization of a highly pernicious and worthless weed mimosa pudica for a green synthesis of silver nanoparticles Pirathiba, S., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Sathyabama University 15-17 2011
4 Gainfuluse of highly invasive terrestrial weed Ipomoea carnea for rapid and the green synthesis of silver nanoparticles Neghi, N., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Sathyabama University 15-17 2011
5 Facile ‘Phyto’ Fabrication of silver nanoparticles of diverse geometrics with concomitant utilization of a pernicious terrestrial weed Anuradha, J., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Sathyabama University 15-17 2011
6 Nanoparticle shape control during biomimetic synthesis with the aquatic weed Salvinia molesta, D. Mitch Anuradha, J., Thomas, S., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. National Institute of Technology 121-127 2010
7 Biomimetic silver nanoparticle synthesis employing the invasive Lantana camara L Anuradha, J., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. National Institute of Technology 280-285 2010
8 Successful use of the aquatic weed Pistiastratiotes L. in the green synthesis of gold nanoparticles Anuradha, J., Keerthana, D.S., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. National Institute of Technology 321-325 2010
9 Anisotropic gold nanoparticle synthesis employing Eichorniacrassipes (Mart. Solms) as a reducing and capping bioagent Anuradha, J., Neeraja, J., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. National Institute of Technology 334-337 2010
10 Risks management with the increasing use of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Abbasi, T., Tauseef, S.M., Kannadasan, T., Abbasi, S.A Government College of Technology 69-92 2009
11 Domino effect in process industry accidents Abbasi, T., Tauseef, S.M., Kannadasan, T., Abbasi, S.A. Anna University 45-64 2009

Books

S.No Title of the Book Name of the Authors as per the order in Book Publisher Year ISBN No.
1 Current Concerns in Environmental Engineering Abbasi, S. A, and Tasneem Abbasi., Nova Science Publishers 2019 978-1-53613-920-4
2 Perspectives in Pollution Control and Sustainable Development Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S. A., Discovery Publishing House 2018 978-9-3505-6889-7
3 Ozone Hole: Past, Present, Future Abbasi, S. A., and Abbasi, T. Springer 2017 978-1-4939-6708-7
4 Water Quality Indices Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A., Elsevier 2012 978-0-444-54304-2
5 Regional EIA and Risk Assessment in a Fast Developing Country Abbasi, T., Ramasamy, E.V., Khan, F.I., Abbasi, S.A. Nova Publishers 2012 978-1-61942-234-6
6 Biogas Energy Abbasi, T., Tauseef, S.M., Abbasi, S.A. Springer 2012 978-1-4614-1039-3
7 Global Warming and the Role of Wetlands Abbasi, T., Tauseef, S.M., Abbasi, S.A. Lambert Academic Publishing 2011 978-3 -8465 -5600 -9
8 Accidents in Chemical Process Industries: The Role of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Tauseef, S.M., Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Lambert Academic Publishing 2011 978-3-8465-5951-2
9 Pollution Control Climate Change and Industrial Disasters, Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Discovery Publishing House 2010 978-81-8356-553-0
10 Remote Sensing GIS and Wetland Management Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. Discovery Publishing House 2010 978-81-8356-583-7
11 Renewable Energy Sources: Their Impact on Global Warming and Pollution, Abbasi, T., Abbasi, S.A. PHI Learning (Prentice Hall of India) 2010 978-81-203-3994-1

Chapters in Books

S.No Title of the Chapters Name of the Authors Title of the Book Publisher Year ISBN No.
1 An accident vulnerability index based on fuzzy logic Tabassum-Abbasi, Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S. M., and Abbasi, S. A., Advances in fire and process safety Springer 2018 978-981-10-7281-9_24
2 Conversion of Volatile Fatty Acids (VFAs) Obtained from Ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea) to Energy, Rafiq Kumar, M., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi S. A., Advances in Health and Environment Safety Springer 2018 978-981-10-7122-5_28
3 Extraction of energy precursors in the form of volatile fatty acids (VFAs) from the xerophyte prosopis (Prosopis juliflora) Patnaik, P., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi, S. A., Advances in Health and Environment Safety Springer 2018 978-981-10-7122-5_26
4 Soil-less use of aquatic macrophytes in wastewater treatment and the novel SHEFROL® bioreactor Bhat, M. A., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi S. A., Advances in Health and Environment Safety Springer 2018 978-981-10-7122-5_30
5 Generation of Volatile Fatty Acids (VFAs) from Dried and Powdered Ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea) Rafiq Kumar, M., Tauseef, S. M., Tasneem Abbasi., and Abbasi S. A., Advances in Health and Environment Safety, Springer 2018 978-981-10-7122-5_18
6 An Assessment of the appropriateness of the prescribed “safe distances” for siting hazardous process units to prevent domino effect Mukhim, E. D., Tasneem Abbasi., Tauseef, S. M., and Abbasi, S. A., Advances in fire and process safety Springer 2018 978-981-10-7281-9_5
7 Water Quality Modelling A Primer Tasneem Abbasi and S. A. Abbasi. Aquatic Environment and Toxicology Discovery Publishing House 2013 978-93-5056-236-9
8 Contribution of paddy fields to methane emissions and the strategies to control it: the Indian scenario SagarBabu, K., Tasneem Abbasi, and S. A. Abbasi Environmental Challenges in Conservation of Resources of "One" Planet for Sustainable Development PG & Research Department of Environmental Sciences Bishop Heber College (Autonomous) Publication 2012 978-93-80767-05-5
9 Biomass of Fast-Growing Weeds in a Tropical Lake: an Assessment of the Extent and the Impact with Remote Sensing and GIS Tasneem Abbasi, K. B. Chari, S. A. Abbasi. Remote Sensing of Biomass: Principles and Applications Intech Publications 2011 978-953-307-490-0

Edited Books

S.No Title of the Book Name of the Authors as per the order in Book Publisher Year ISBN No.

Ongoing Projects

S.No Title of the Project Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year

Ongoing Consultancy Works

S.No Title of the Consultancy Work Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year

Completed Projects

S.No Title of the Project Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year
1 R&D-cum-action and Awareness Project on Rainwater Harvesting, Groundwater Recharge, and Wastewater Reuse MoWR, GoI 2005-2016 30.35 2016
2 Status of Industrial Pollution Control (Large, Medium and Small) in the U.T.ofPuducherry PPCC, Govt. of Pondicherry 2009-2016 3 2016
3 Control of the amphibious weed Ipomea carnea by a novel process of total utilization and disposal: an environment – friendly and global warming ameliorating technology UGC, GoI 2013-2015 7.26 2015
4 Towards opening a new frontier in bioprocess technology: development of termite-based systems for resource recovery from ligninous and other difficult-to-biodegrade solid wastes DBT, GoI 2010-2014 39 2014
5 Design and optimization of vermireactors based on experimentation and modeling DBT, GoI 2006-2010 14 2010
6 To develop a multi-module software package for reconnoitery as well as comprehensive risk assessment in chemical process industries DST, GoI 2005-2008 12.9 2008

Completed Consultancy Works

S.No Title of the Consultancy Work Sponsored By Period Sanctioned Amount(Rs. Lakh) Year

Career Guidance Offered to students

S.No Name of the Scheme No. of Students Competitive Examinations/ Career Counseling No. of Students Passed No. of Students Placed

List of capability enhancement such as Soft skill development, Remedial coaching, Language lab,
Bridge courses, Yoga, Meditation, Personal Counselling and Mentoring etc.,

S.No Name of the Programme/Scheme Date of Implementation No. of Students Enrolled Agencies Involved

Research Guidance - PG

S.No Year Degree No. of Students Awarded Department/Centre
1 2019 M.TECH 4 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engi
2 2018 M.TECH 6 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engi
3 2017 M.TECH 6 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
4 2016 M.TECH 8 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
5 2015 M.TECH 7 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
6 2014 M.TECH 20 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
7 2013 M.TECH 9 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
8 2012 M.TECH 9 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin
9 2011 M.TECH 12 Center for Pollution Control & Environmental Engin

Research Guidance - Ph.D

S.No Student Name Registration Date Registration No. Thesis Title Thesis Submitted Status Thesis Submitted Date Vivavoce Completed Status Date Awarded
1 Pratiksha Patnaik 30.08.2014 Not available Towards a clean technology for the total utilization of the invasive xerophyte prosopis (Prosopis juliflora, Swartz, DC.) YES 31.08.2017 YES April 2018
2 Euginia Diana Mukhm 28.07.2010 Not available Studies on accidents caused in process industries due to overpressure YES 26.07.2016 YES July 2017
3 S. Vasanth 09.08.2011 Not available Modeling and simulation of pool fires employing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) YES 10.08.2013 YES March 2014
4 S. U. Ganaie 02.08.2010 Not available Gainful use of invasive plants for the manufacture of nanoparticles – with special reference to the utilization of coral vine (Antignon leptopus) YES 29.01.2015 YES November 2016
5 Mohd. Rafiq Kumar 01.12.2012 Not available Control of the amphibious weed Ipomoea (Ipomoea carnea) by utilizing it for the extraction of volatile fatty acids as energy precursors, and generation of fertilizer YES 10.02.2017 YES February 2018
6 M. Ashraf Bhat 01.12.2011 Not available Wastewater treatment with a novel clean-green bioreactor SHEFROL YES 27.04.2016 YES September 2016

Research Guidance - Post Doctoral

S.No Scholar Name Designation Funding Agency Fellowship Title Year of Joining Year of Completion

Financial assistance availed to attend conferences / workshops and to pay membership fee
of professional bodies during the year

S.No Conference/ workshop attended for which financial support provided Professional body for which membership fee is provided Amount of Support Place From Date To Date Year

E-Lecture Details

S.No E-Lecture Title Development of e-content/e-learning/delivering Member of Editorial Bodies Reviewer/Referee of
Content/Module Title Institution/Platform Year Weblink

Details of Online Education Conducted

S.No Nature of Online Course No. of Sessions Target Group Date

Invited Talks in Conference/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme

S.No Title of the Paper Conferences/Seminar/Workshop/Training Programme Organized by Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year
1 Process safety initiatives at Centre for Pollution Control & Environmental Engineering, Pondicherry International Workshop on Fire Research, Department of Aerospace Engineering IIT Madras International 05.02.2016 05.02.2016 2016
2 Impact of wind energy on climate National Conference on Engineering Response to Climate Change College of Engineering and Technology, Loyola College International 15.01.2016 16.01.2016 2016
3 Assessment of the effectiveness of the prescribed safe distances between propane storing spheres 2nd Process Safety Symposium Istanbul, Turkey International 22.10.2015 24.10.2015 2015
4 Multiple pool fires 2nd Process Safety Symposium Istanbul, Turkey International 22.10.2015 24.10.2015 2015
5 Multiple pool fires International Workshop on Fire Research IIT Kanpur International 31.07.2013 01.08.2013 2013
6 Development of Methodologies for Risk assessment - Accomplishments and Challenges* Symposium on Process Safety IIT Gandhinagar, International 19.12.2013 20.12.2013 2013
7 Domino effect in chemical process industry accidents* Symposium on Process Safety IIT Gandhinagar International 19.12.2013 20.12.2013 2013
8 Troubled waters A public lecture at the inaugural function of the Association of Pondicherry Aqua systems Association of Pondicherry Aqua systems, Puducherry State 25.08.2012 25.08.2012 2012
9 Sustainable food production FOODS 2011 - Processed foods: A trend beyond Boundaries M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women (Autonomous), Chennai National February February 2011
10 Environmental engineering Advances In Environmental Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach AnnamalaiUniversity,Annamalai National March March 2011
11 Safety and Hazard Engineering PRAKRIYA – A national level symposium SASTRA University, Thanjavur National 09.10.2011 09.10.2011 2011
12 A Career in Research PRAKRIYA – A national level symposium SASTRA University, Thanjavur National 09.10.2011 09.10.2011 2011
13 Safety and loss prevention in the chemical process industry Conference on Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE 2006) Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran International March March 2010
14 Safety and loss prevention in the chemical process industry Conference on Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE 2006) Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran International March March 2008

Conferences/Seminars Organized

S.No Title of the Programme Sponsors Venue & Duration Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year

Workshop Organized

S.No Title of the Programme Sponsors Venue & Duration Whether International / National / State / Regional / College or University Level From To Year

Administrative Responsibilities in the Government and Quasi Government Agencies

S.No Name of the Position Agency/Organisation Duration Nature of Duties

Affiliation in Academic Bodies/Societies

S.No Name of the Body/Society Nature of Affiliation Year
1 Institution of Engineers Member 2016

Participation & Extension Activities (Academic/Administraion)

S.No Name of the Position (Head, Dean, Co-ordinator, Director, etc.,) Duration Nature of Dutites

Participation & Extension Activities (Co-Curricular)

S.No Name of the Position (NSS, NCC, Warden etc.,) Duration Nature of Dutites

Collaboration with Institution/Industry

S.No Collaborator Name Designation Institution/Industry Type Nature of Collaboration Period of Collaboration Visits to Collaborating
Institution / Industry
Details of Collaborative Research/Teaching
From Date To Date From Date To Date
1 Department of Chemical Engineering NA Sharif University of Technology, Iran INTERNATIONAL Research 2006 2014 2008 2010 6 papers published 2 visits for conferences organized by the collaborators
2 Department of Chemical Engineering NA Texas A&M University, USA INTERNATIONAL Research 2009 2010 NA NA 1 paper published
3 Department of Fire Protection Engineering Visiting Associate Professor Worchester Polytechnic Institute, USA INTERNATIONAL Research 2013 2016 2015 2015 1 paper published 1 visit
4 S. M. Tauseef NA UPES, Dehradun NATIONAL Research 2015 To date 2016 2016 4 papers published

Faculty Development Programme Attended (Orientation, Refresher, other Short Term Course during the year)

S.No Title of the FDP Organiser Venue Duration From Date To Date Year

Details of Executive Development Prog/Management Development Prog. conducted

S.No Name of the Programme No. of Participants Venue Duration From Date To Date Year Revenue Generated

Participation in IMPESS, IMPRINT, SPARC, STARS, LEAP Programme etc and DSF Funding Programme

S.No IMPRESS/IMPRINT/SPARC/STARS/LEAP/Others Place From Date To Date Year

Enrolment under ARPIT Programme

S.No Name of the Programme Period of the Programme
From Date To Date