Murat Eyvaz

Gebze Technical University

Dr. Murat Eyvaz is an assistant professor of Environmental Engineering Department at Gebze Technical University. He received his BSc. degree in Environmental Engineering from Kocaeli University in Turkey in 2004. He completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D., 2013 in Gebze Institute of Technology (former name of GTU) in Environmental Engineering. He completed his post-doctoral research in the National Research Center on Membrane Technologies in 2015. His research interests are applications in water and wastewater treatment facilities, electrochemical treatment process and filtration systems at lab. and pilot scale, membrane processes (forward osmosis, reverse osmosis, membrane bioreactors), membrane manufacturing methods (polymeric membranes, nanofiber membranes, electrospinning), spectrophotometric analyses (UV, atomic absorption spectrophotometry), chromatographic analyses (gas chromatography, high pressure liquid chromatography). He has co-authored numerous journal articles and conference papers and has taken part in many national projects. He serves as an editor in 45 journals and a reviewer in 115 journals indexed in SCI, SCI-E and other indexes. He has 1 patent and 3 patent applications on wastewater treatment systems.

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Among energy sources, hydrogen gas is clean and renewable and has the potential to solve the growing energy crisis in today's society because of its high-energy density and noncarbon fuel properties. It is also used for many potential applications in nonpolluting vehicles, fuel cells, home heating systems, and aircraft. In addition, using hydrogen as an energy carrier is a long-term option to reduce carbon dioxide emissions worldwide by obtaining high-value hydrocarbons through the hydrogenation of carbon dioxide. This book presents the recent progresses and developments in water-splitting processes as well as other hydrogen generation technologies with challenges and future perspectives from the point of energy sustainability.

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