Debajyoti Bose is an Assistant Professor of Biotechnology at Shoolini University. He completed his graduation in Chemical Engineering from the West Bengal University of Technology, and post-graduation in Renewable Energy with specialisation in Bioenergy with PhD in Chemical Engineering on Microbial Fuel Cells for Wastewater Treatment from the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun.  

He is a member of the American Chemical Society and Society for Chemical Industry and is an active researcher in the area of Bioenergy. He has 40+ research publications to his credit in well-reputed International journals, with several book chapters and conference publications. His experience in the field has afforded him the opportunity to become familiar with various kinds of waste to energy systems, especially in Microbial Fuel Cells, Biomass Pyrolysis, and Waste Bioremediation, bioreactors such as sediment-MFC, Double chambered Pt-Catalyst MFC and second-generation Biomass derived Activated Carbon Air Cathode MFCs are some of the systems developed in his research projects, as part of extracting energy, in the form of bioelectricity from effluents, while reducing the contamination levels of such wastes. His work on Microbial Fuel Cells was covered in the NEWS Section of Science Last Fortnight, quarterly journal of the Indian Academy of Sciences in 2018, and received the Best Researcher Award (from UPES Dehradun) for conducting Bioenergy research during the same timeline. He possesses a combined teaching and research experience of over 4 years at UG/PG levels.