Saloni Suthar is currently a graduate student at New jersey institute of Technology, USA majoring in Environment Engineering. Saloni did her bachelors in Environment Engineering, India. She is currently working as a research assistant under supervision of Dr. Wen Zhang since past one year. I worked on with undergraduate and PhD students at NJIT on various research including (1) Reactive membrane filtration for water treatment and algal harvesting (undergraduate mentor and researcher) funded by NJIT URI phase I and II; (2) Microbial fuel cell technology for energy harvesting and wastewater treatment (undergraduate mentor and researcher) funded by NJIT URI phase I and II; (3) air scrubber technology for indoor air pollution removal (researcher) funded by NSF I-Corp; (4) EPA SBIR phase I proposal writing; (5) 2016-2017 EESF/AEESP Student Design Competition (major participant). She also participate in 2015-16 graduate Research and Innovation Student Seed Grants (Phase I: $500 and Phase II: $3000): Development of Multifunctional Reactive Air Purifier Systems for PM2.5 and Other Indoor Air Pollutants. She is actively seeking experience in various environment field. Exploring her capabilities and enhancing new research skills.