Decentralised water and waste water treatment facilities, network design
Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri is a civil and environmental engineer by training. She has worked for the last twenty years in the field of academics and infrastructure involving feasibility studies, design, evaluation and tender preparation. As a faculty member, she teaches courses in water planning, water demand management, integrated watershed management, ground water management and water optimization methods. Her areas of interest include water resource management, watershed hydrology, and analysis of hydrologic systems including predictions.
Mudasir Ahmad, Kaiser Manzoor, Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri, Saiqa Ikram, 2017, Mudasir Ahmad, Kaiser Manzoor, Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri, Saiqa Ikram, 2017, American Chemical Society 62 (7), pp 2044–2055, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jced.7b00088
Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri, 2017, Treated Wastewater Reuse-Need of the Hour, American Water Works Association-India Conference
Ranjana Ray Chaudhuri, Syed Wamiq Ali Qazi, Shashank Pandey, 2017, Influence of urbanization on soil infiltration rates-a case study, Urban India, Vol37(II)
Landscape indicators for water-land-community security in mid Gangetic basin (December 2016-December,2017) Solidaridad, Netherlands
Development of a framework for the local implementation of the SDGs Case study of Delhi,India,ProSPER.Net, UNU-IAS (ongoing)