Dr Peyman Babakhani


Peyman Babakhani has been a postdoctoral research fellow at the School of Earth and Environment, the University of Leeds since September 2018. He obtained a dual-degree PhD from the School of Engineering, University of Liverpool, UK, and the College of Nuclear Science, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan in February 2019. While his current research involves reactive transport modelling of organic carbon in marine sediments, in the past he has been focused on environmental nanotechnology including the fate and transport of nanoparticles in porous media and aquatic environments as well as the use of engineered nanoparticles for environmental remediation. On these topics to date, he has published several first-authored papers including one published in the Scientific Reports journal, and one specified as “hot article” in the Environmental Science: Nano journal. Peyman would like to combine his knowledge and modelling skills in the two fields of environmental nanotechnology and biogeochemistry to address environmental problems such as climate change and microplastics in future.  

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Research groups and institutes

  • Cohen Geochemistry
  • water@leeds
  • Earth Surface Science Institute