Dr. Gude is an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering at Mississippi State University. He has degrees in chemical (BS) and environmental engineering (MS, PhD) disciplines. He has over 15 years of academic, industrial, and research experiences on various chemical and environmental engineering projects. His research over the past 10 years resulted in national and international recognition, industry collaborations, 2 patents and over 100 scholarly publications in highly regarded discipline specific journals, peer-reviewed conference proceedings and invited book chapters. He is currently serving on numerous committees with ASCE-EWRI, AWWA and ASEE and as scientific reviewer or scientific advisory board member for over 100 international journals, book publishers, and several national and international funding agencies. He is a licensed professional engineer in the state of New Mexico and a board certified environmental engineer, also known as diplomat of environmental engineering by AAEES. His research, education and student mentoring efforts received numerous awards.
Ph.D. Environmental Engineering
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
biofuels, desalination, renewable energy, sustainable chemistry/processes, and water/wastewater treatment
Personal Interests
entertainment, pets, sports and travel